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Renewable Power Remains Cost-Competitive amid Fossil Fuel Crisis

07/25/2022

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.

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A remarkable proposal for international security and a sustainable future

07/22/2022

A remarkable proposal for international security and a sustainable future

Nuclear disarmament is key to global security and to the prevention of the climate collapse. Against the backdrop of the Ukraine War and the roaring energy crisis, Oscar Arias calls for nuclear weapons to be removed from Europe.

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New Short Study on the Relevance of Bioenergy and small Hydropower

06/30/2022

New Short Study on the Relevance of Bioenergy and small Hydropower

Bioenergy and small hydropower are currently under enormous political pressure and partially even threatened in their existence. Yet they already generate energy amounting up to 51% of Russia’s energy supplies and their potential is far from exhausted.

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Publications I Conferences I Uranium Scarcity I Economic Viability of Hydrogen

06/22/2022

Publications I Conferences I Uranium Scarcity I Economic Viability of Hydrogen

With summer arriving in the northern hemisphere, it is time for our quarterly update on our recent activities and the most important developments in the energy sector.

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On the defaults of the current energy policy

06/16/2022

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.

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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.

Read More

A remarkable proposal for international security and a sustainable future

Nuclear disarmament is key to global security and to the prevention of the climate collapse. Against the backdrop of the Ukraine War and the roaring energy crisis, Oscar Arias calls for nuclear weapons to be removed from Europe.

Read More

New Short Study on the Relevance of Bioenergy and small Hydropower

Bioenergy and small hydropower are currently under enormous political pressure and partially even threatened in their existence. Yet they already generate energy amounting up to 51% of Russia’s energy supplies and their potential is far from exhausted.

Read More

Publications I Conferences I Uranium Scarcity I Economic Viability of Hydrogen

With summer arriving in the northern hemisphere, it is time for our quarterly update on our recent activities and the most important developments in the energy sector.

Read More

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.

Read More

EWG study accurately predicted today’s decline in uranium mining

In 2006 an EWG study forecasted a decline in uranium mining around 2020. According to the Uranatlas, production has  been declining since 2015. It is very likely that nuclear power plants will run out of uranium much sooner than operators suspect.

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