energy

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

Nuclear power is a credible source of abundant zero-emissions electricity, but it would take 20 years to commence operations from a standing start in Australia.

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Hydrogen can revolutionise clean energy, transport, decarbonise industrial processes … and cook your dinner.

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The march to a net zero future has received a boost with India announcing a suite of green hydrogen plans.

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India relies heavily on oil from the Middle East. The Israel-Hamas conflict could put that at risk.

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As the world’s leaders prepare for the first Global Stocktake, big questions are being asked about energy transition.

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Green hydrogen could be a fossil fuels replacement in some sectors if Australia takes the immediate steps to embrace it.

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The United Arab Emirates is about to play host to the world’s leaders as they try to solve the most pressing issues in climate.

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To break their ‘two steps forward, one step back’ routine on climate action, the Asia-Pacific needs to start delivering on ambitious emissions targets.

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Slow efforts to decarbonise are blamed on low political will — but time is running out to transition, and a circuit breaker is needed.

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As climate, energy and digital sectors converge it’s up to policymakers to make sure they work well together.

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As the world uses natural resources faster than they can be replenished, India looks to a future of renewable energy.

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