Greece will spend 5 billion euros ($5.9 billion) to offset the impact of ditching coal in power generation by 2028 and cutting carbon emissions in line with European Union climate targets by 2050, a government official said on last Wednesday. [Read more…] about Greece to spend five billion euros to phase out coal by 2028
The IEA has made its projections for the impact of the pandemic lockdown on energy demand in 2020 (they say it’s too early for them to assess anything more long term), and its implications for the different generation types. [Read more…] about IEA projections 2020: energy demand plunges but renewables still grow at gas, coal’s expense
According to a SUN DAY analysis, renewable energy electrical generating capacity has now surpassed that of coal for the first time. [Read more…] about Coal continues to decline in U.S.
Natural deposits of helium gas – best known for its use in party balloons – could help aid the safe production of shale or coal gas, research suggests.
[Read more…] about Helium found in coal seams could aid safe shale gas extraction