energy management

Top 5 Countries on Energy Transition Index by WEF

Top 5 Countries on Energy Transition Index by WEF

It benchmarks countries on the performance of their energy system, as well as their readiness for transition to a secure, sustainable, affordable, and reliable energy future.

Renewables Improve Human Welfare in Ways Not Captured by GDP

Renewables Improve Human Welfare in Ways Not Captured by GDP

According to IRENA, increased use of renewable energy could prove decisive for the world to meet key climate goals by 2050. Renewables already make up more than half of newly installed power-generation capacity. Yet their overall share in the energy mix needs to grow six times faster.

Sustainability of Renewable Energy

Sustainability of Renewable Energy

The fact is that fossil fuels cannot meet the world’s need for energy. It is something that if the world continues to depend more on will leave to irreparable environmental consequences and its consequences are too great to be ignored.

Energy Efficiency in Renewable Energy

Energy Efficiency in Renewable Energy

The interplay between energy efficiency improvements and the deployment of renewable energy technologies is complex. If the respective potentials in these two fields are combined, total global energy demand can be reduced by up to a quarter by 2030, IRENA and C2E2 find.

Energy Potential from Food Waste

Energy Potential from Food Waste

Food waste’s bioavailable carbon and nutrient content makes it a major contributor to landfill methane emissions, but also presents an important opportunity for energy recovery.

Renewable Energy is Our Only Way Forward Against Climate Change

Renewable Energy is Our Only Way Forward Against Climate Change

To limit warming to 1.5°C, not only should no new fossil-fuel-using infrastructure be built ever again, some existing power plants need to shut down early—and yet today many new power plants are under construction or planned.

Renewable Energy: There is Hope for Growth

Renewable Energy: There is Hope for Growth

At the individual country level renewable sources are already playing an important role in some countries.

Who Uses the Most Energy?

Who Uses the Most Energy?

Energy demand worldwide grew by 2.3% last year (2018), its fastest pace this decade, an exceptional performance driven by a robust global economy and stronger heating and cooling needs in some regions.

Why Renewable Energy Is The Way to Go Forward

Why Renewable Energy Is The Way to Go Forward

The environmental advantages of renewable energy, have been widely known for decades. Its numerous socio-economic benefits, however, have only become apparent in recent decades.

Greenhouse Gases: Source of Grave Concern Worldwide

Greenhouse Gases: Source of Grave Concern Worldwide

While some argue that global warming is a natural process and that there have always been greenhouse gases, the amount of gases in the atmosphere has skyrocketed in recent history.