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  • Significant progress has already been made in moving global rail networks away from diesel power. This must not be jeopardised by today's worsening economic stability, writes Michelle Meineke.   

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  • Scottish tidal energy developer SIMEC Atlantis Energy has completed the installation of one of its mammoth 500 kW tidal stream turbines in China. The turbine has a diameter of 18 m and has been installed between the islands of Putuoshan and Huludao in the Zhoushan archipelago. The project was car...

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  • Greenhouse gas emissions may have fallen when COVID-19 lockdowns were in place around the world but new research shows that atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations hit a new high this May. According to figures from Californias Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the US National Oceanic and...

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  • Germany has unveiled plans for what is at present one of the worlds greenest stimulus packages as it bids to restart its economy after the pandemic. The countrys government has earmarked some 40bn of its 130bn recovery fund for climate-linked measures, including enhancements to public transport...

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  • The global coal fleet has shrunk for the first time on record, with more capacity shuttered than opened in the first half of this year. According to data from the California-based NGO Global Energy Monitor (GEM), which maps the worlds coal generating stations, the 2.9 GW decline in electricity gene...

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  • India could face over 21% or 3 GW of solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind installations being delayed as a result of the countrys lockdown, says research firm Wood Mackenzie in a new report.The report: Coronavirus: Timeout for India's renewable energy sector points to labour and supply chain disrup...

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  •  Many of Europes largest companies are receiving financial assistance to cope with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic but, according to EU rules published on 8 May, there will be no green strings attached to bailout provisions. To date, the European Commission has approved an estimated 1...

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  • Emissions of carbon dioxide in India have fallen for the first time in 40 years amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to analysis published by the environmental website Carbon Brief in mid-May. But researchers found that the virus is not solely to blame for the reduction, as competition from re...

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  • The governments Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has set out six principles to rebuild the nation following the COVID-19 pandemic while also delivering a stronger, cleaner and more resilient economy. In letters to the Prime Minister and First Ministers in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the ...

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  • Governments, from Ireland to Portugal, have postponed upcoming renewable energy licensing auctions amid the global coronavirus crisis. The Irish government has postponed the opening round of the countrys first ever renewables auction, the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS), pushing th...

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