Tagged with energy transition

Hydrogen and the low carbon energy transition

Hydrogen and the low carbon energy transition

We are reading a lot recently about hydrogen and the role it can play in achieving our long term energy and climate objectives. The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) has recently published its roadmap for the energy transition. The FCH JU is a unique public private partnership supporting research, technological development and … Continue reading

Climate campaigners issued proceedings for a judicial review of the energy planning policies in UK

Climate campaigners issued proceedings for a judicial review of the energy planning policies in UK

After officials refused to overhaul the rules, climate campaigners issued proceedings for review of rules supporting fossil fuel projects. Jillian Ambrose discusses the latest developments in an article on The Guardian website.   Legal case launched over UK’s ‘outdated’ energy policies The government faces a legal challenge over a set of “outdated” energy policies which … Continue reading

Story telling in the low-carbon energy transition

Story telling in the low-carbon energy transition

Derek Gladwin, Assistant Professor, Language & Literacy Education, and Sustainability Fellow at the University of British Columbia writes on The Conversation website that stories matter and those for the new energy transition will be different than those when fossil fuels dominated. Importantly he writes: “If we start to communicate and educate about energy transition through … Continue reading

There is every reason to expect that the virus crisis will strengthen and accelerate the imperative to transition to a low-carbon world by mid-century

There is every reason to expect that the virus crisis will strengthen and accelerate the imperative to transition to a low-carbon world by mid-century

John Hewson, Professor and Chair, Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University writes in an article on The Conversation website that the coronavirus crisis strengths the argument that we urgently need to make the low-carbon transition.   Sorry to disappoint climate deniers, but coronavirus makes the low-carbon … Continue reading