Switzerland has one of the cleanest electricity grids in the world. Find out more about Swiss emissions today, and what the future might hold.
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Germany’s Energiewende is an ambitious plan to be the first industrialised nation powered largely by wind and solar.
Sweden has succeeded in transforming its green ambitions into reality. Read the briefing and find out how.
Switzerland is one of only six countries in the world to have achieved the first important milestone on the path to deep decarbonisation: clean electricity generation.
Average global temperatures have already risen by 1 degree since the industrial revolution.
While this newly growing sector may help address energy security issues, the social and environmental context must be considered holistically.
Hydro power is the world’s largest source of clean electricity and represents 62% of installed renewable capacity.
In nuclear power plants the heat from nuclear fission is used to produce steam, which spins a turbine to generate electricity.