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Call for G7 to set the net zero example

IEA's latest report suggests G7 members are well placed to fully decarbonise their electricity supply by 2035, leading global energy markets towards net zero emissions by 2050.

PEI Connect: Time to put nuclear back in Europe’s energy toolbox?

European industry is calling for greater emphasis on nuclear power in the face of a gas crunch and stringent emissions targets.

RWE and PPC join forces on Greek renewable projects

Energy companies RWE and PPC have joined forces to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy projects in Greece.

New standard to help Europe increase integration of offshore wind capacity

A new 2 GW standard for energy transmission has been developed to speed up the integration of offshore wind energy onto European grids

Uniper restructures business to drive decarbonisation

Global energy company, Uniper, has announced plans to fundamentally restructure its Engineering business after conducting a strategic review.

RWE and partners to assess blue hydrogen potential in Slovakia

A new partnership has been established by EU utility firm RWE to explore the potential of developing a blue hydrogen economy in south Slovakia

Global Energy Storage Outlook: Demand to reach 1TWh by 2030

The demand for energy storage capacity is expected to reach 1 TWh between 2021 and 2030 - Wood Mackenzie's Global Energy Storage Outlook.

Christian Bruch: ‘New German government has a lot of work to do’

Siemens Energy CEO Christian Bruch provides insights into the German elections and the urgent actions required to push forward important climate and energy agendas.

€100m German investment to expand renewables across Africa

The German government has announced that it will direct €100 million ($115.7 million) in investment to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy across Africa.

Empowering the global citizen

For me, the just transition is a unique opportunity to engage governments, businesses, third sector organisations and consumers in the most significant reformulation of modern-day society.