Inside the Asian super grid project

China and South Korea plan to build a power network to connect their electricity grids

The need for a just energy transition

Can renewable power deliver social, as well as technological, change?

The renewables rollout

We explore the potential impact of covid-19 on the global renewabels rollout

Monitoring nuclear material

the iaea reported six incidents of trafficking of nuclear material in 2019

HB11's new form of fusion

HB11 Energy has a revolutionary way of approaching the nuclear fusion race

Economy meets environment

the dutch government has announced plans to expand renewable energy subsidies

Drax cuts coal ahead of time

the uk's biggest power plant is ending coal-fired generation by 2021

From importer to exporter

2019 saw the first time in 67 years that the us's energy exports exceeded imports

Does natural gas have a future?

reports have found that $1tn of natural gas assets are at risk of being stranded

A new dawn for renewables

The covid-19 oil crash could bring new investment to renewables

Compensating coal closures

should the fossil fuel industry be paid for closing plants early?

Critics and collaboration

we examine the iea's bioenergy technology collaboration programme

Reaching 1,400GW

oreac aims to install 1,400gw of offshore wind globally by 2050

The world's largest solar award

adani has won a $6bn contract to install 8gw of solar across india by 2025

Germany takes the lead on hydro

germany plans to kick-start a european hydrogen market

ITER and the pursuit of nuclear fusion

Iter has begun its machine assembly phase in pursuit of nuclear fusion

A step-change in the North Sea

the north sea wind power hub could provide most of europe's renewable energy