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Lenovo to power global operations with 90% renewable energy by 2026

Lenovo has announced its new climate change mitigation strategy which includes the company expanding its portfolio of renewable energy.

Electrification won’t hit net-zero and pandemic is ‘missed opportunity’ says DNV

In its latest Energy Transition Outlook, DNV reports the most likely outlook is global warming exceeding 2°C by 2100.

Energy sector heeds call of ‘Code red for humanity’ climate report

Scientists are observing unprecedented changes in the Earth’s climate and have issued a stark warning to reduce emissions or face devastating effects of global warming.
fossil fuel

Three sustainable actions G20 countries need to take – BNEF

BloombergNEF highlights the three ways G20 countries can move away from fossil fuels and ensure environmental sustainability.

Leadership vacuum delaying progress on emissions goals says UN Chief

António Guterres has urged all leaders to present more ambitious 2030 national climate plans and deliver on concrete policies.
wind energy

Wind sector CEOs call on G20 to get real about renewables

CEOs in the wind energy sector wrote an open letter to G20 member countries, providing advice on how they can meet the 2050 net-zero goal.
south america

Record drought to shrink California’s hydroelectric generation by 19%

The U.S. Energy Information Administration expects the state's hydroelectric generation to be lower in 2021 than it has been in recent years.

India’s NTPC to expand generation capacity with $13.4bn investment

NTPC has announced its plans to expand its renewable energy capacity to meet growing energy demand and sustainability targets.

UK to complete coal-phase out one year earlier

UK Energy and Climate Change Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan has announced that from 1 October 2024 Great Britain will no longer use coal to generate electricity.
climate action

New report highlights empty promises of climate policies

REN 21's latest renewables report shows polluting G20 countries are still missing their unambitious renewable energy targets.