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2025 coal consumption peak steals the highlight in China’s energy outlook

2025 coal consumption peak steals the highlight in China’s energy outlook

By Anders Lorenzen The consumption of coal, the most climate polluting fossil fuel, is predicted to peak by 2025 in China, the world’s highest emitting country. Analysis by Sinopec, expects coal consumption to peak around 2025 at 4.37 billion metric tons (BMT), the state-run energy group said in an outlook released today (28th December). Its outlook also predicted that renewable […]

Viewpoint: Positive festive reflections

Viewpoint: Positive festive reflections

Parts of the clean energy sector have had a difficult year, but things could improve in 2024. By Anders Lorenzen 2023 is the warmest year ever recorded since records began, the year has throughout the planet set one climate-induced extreme weather event after the other, the latest scientific research on climate change gets bleaker and bleaker, and world leaders only […]

Opinion: COP28 – you can’t argue with the laws of physics

Opinion: COP28 – you can’t argue with the laws of physics

Sultan Al Jaber is the CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and served as the President of COP28. Photo credit: AFP. By Anders Lorenzen Life on Earth is, however much we try to live in ways that do not match reality, still within some constraints. All the resources of our planet do have their limits even though […]

Viewpoint: No change in fossil fuel production plans

Viewpoint: No change in fossil fuel production plans

By Jeremy WilliamsThere’s a giant cognitive dissonance at the heart of global climate politics. Almost every country now agrees that it has work to do to prevent climate disaster. The age of scepticism is over and every major economy has set carbon targets. At the same time, those governments all want to maximise fossil fuel production. According to the recent […]

Analysis: Bolstering Southeast Asia’s clean energy transition

Analysis: Bolstering Southeast Asia’s clean energy transition

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Greece enters the offshore wind market

Greece enters the offshore wind market

Greece’s Kafireas onshore wind farm. Photo credit: Enel Green Power. By Anders Lorenzen Greece is a Mediterranean paradise and a favourite holiday destination. Parts of it have in recent years experienced the nightmare and havoc of climate-fuelled wildfires is increasing its effort to accelerate a clean energy transition. This week, the country moved forward with plans to construct its first […]

Saudi Arabia echoes “Business as usual” as a key COP28 argument

Saudi Arabia echoes “Business as usual” as a key COP28 argument

Saudi Aramco oil workers. Photo credit: Saudi Aramco. By Anders Lorenzen One of the world’s largest oil producers and the biggest in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia, is to use the upcoming UN climate conference, COP28, to argue for their own business and financial interests. This week, the CEO of the state-owned Saudi Arabian oil giant Saudi Aramco, Amin Nasser, […]