Energy for Humanity’s Kirsty Gogan argues President Macron is right to abandon the battle against nuclear in favour of the bigger battle against climate change
What better way to review 2017 than a two-minute data visualisation of carbon intensity?
Kirsty Gogan, co-founder and Global Director of Energy for Humanity provided her observations to Forbes on the UNEP’s decision to exclude nuclear energy’s global trade group.
A row has erupted between scientists and academics over claims by Stanford Professor Mark Jacobson that it would be possible to power the United States entirely with wind, water and solar power.
SoS for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy should be proud that, under his watch, the UK is breaking records on carbon intensity & has had its first coal free days since the industrial revolution.
The next generation of nuclear power is coming, as concerns about climate change bring the industry out of hibernation.
It’s important to remember what made the moonshot the moonshot—that is, what transforms political rhetoric into game-changing breakthroughs.