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Gore calls for end to investment in fossil fuel assets

Former US vice-president Al Gore has called on the investment community to "divest from carbon-intensive fossil fuel assets".

Investors look for greener markets to reduce fossil fuel exposure

The global investment in technologies enabling the energy transition has reached $500 billion in 2020, a new IEEFA report has found.

India faces stranded coal assets as financing dries up

Much of India's 33GW of coal-fired power capacity currently under construction and another 29GW in the preconstruction stage will end up stranded, according to IEEFA.

Court rulings deliver wake up call for fossil fuel giants

Three global fossil fuel giants have just suffered embarrassing rebukes over their inadequate action on climate change.

Turning coal plants into storage assets

How E2S Power is giving otherwise stranded assets a second life in the renewable energy future. By Carlos Härtel.

HSBC feels the pressure to abandon fossil fuel financing

Fifteen institutional investors with a combined $2.4 trillion in assets under management have filed a climate change resolution at HSBC.

G20 recovery packages back fossil fuels over cleaner options

UN General-Secretary Antonio Guterres says G20 recovery packages commit twice as much money to fossil fuels than renewable energy sources.

Uniper teams with GE to decarbonise its European gas assets

Global power generator Uniper will work with GE on a long-term goal of decarbonising the utility's gas-fired power plants and gas storage facilities.

Renewables versus conventional fuels in Asia’s growth markets

In a new report, Wood Mackenzie highlights trends that will shape Asia Pacific's power and renewables markets this decade. Asia Pacific's wind and solar installed...

Renewables outpace fossil fuels in Europe for second year

For the second consecutive year, renewables produced more power than fossil fuels in the first and second quarters of 2019.