Renewable Power Remains Cost-Competitive amid Fossil Fuel Crisis
New IRENA report shows almost two-thirds of renewable power added in 2021 had lower costs than the cheapest coal-fired options in G20 countries.
On the defaults of the current energy policy
“Tax reliefs like the recent fuel discount as well as the diversification of oil and natural gas purchases by the German government drive up fossil energy prices as they boost fossil demand”, argues Hans-Josef Fell.
Guest Article on the EU taxonomy
“On the surface the current debate on the EU taxonomy is about private investments and greenwashing. But the nuclear lobbyists are interested in something else”, argues EWG network member Dr. Rudolf Rechsteiner.
India, Iran and Nigeria Can Switch To 100% Renewable Electricity by 2050
New studies show that the fossil fuel dependent countries can switch to fully renewable electricity systems and achieve zero-carbon emissions till 2050. March 17, 2017, Berlin/Lappeenranta – In India, Iran and Nigeria electricity supply fully ...Read More →
New EWG study: Germany falls behind on its climate targets
Zero-carbon economy needed to meet Paris Agreement November 4, 2016, Berlin – Germany’s current climate targets are too weak and fall short of meeting the Paris Climate Agreement. Meanwhile, the German government is on track ...Read More →