Join us for a discussion on how hybrid energy systems can enable deeper #emissions cuts. #CleanEnergyMinisterial
On 11th April 2018 in London, The Crowd brought together 160+ senior energy, sustainability, property, and facilities professionals for X Energy.
More than 80 per cent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions are associated with those who live in cities. The battle for sustainable development will be won or lost in our cities.
Electricity production, transport and consumption affect every facet of life. Market prices and production costs account for an important share of the overall economic impacts of electricity. However, there has been growing recognition that the market value of electricity is not the whole story.
Joaquim Elcacho, a journalist from La Vanguardia, will moderate the discussion on the challenges posed by the transformation of the energy system to clean energy.
The Spark! Contest creates a fun & competitive environment that aims to foster a Franco-British community of clean energy professionals.
‘What conditions and set of policies are needed to make new nuclear happen in Europe?’
Making the case for nuclear energy in the 21st century, and identifying strategies for making that case effectively to relevant publics.
We were freezing outside the Sustainable Innovation Forum at COP23 in Bonn, Germany because the United Nations Environment Programme blocked the world’s second largest source of clean power from having a #SeatAtTheTable
Press Release: It turns out that nuclear new build does not need to be expensive.
La transición energética hacia una economía sin emisiones de carbono debe incluir todas las tecnologías de que disponemos, incluida la nuclear.
And what has been your biggest revelation so far?
If you told me five years ago that I would be running a pro-nuclear environmental NGO, I wouldn’t have believed you. However, in light of the scale and urgency of climate change, I have changed my mind.
Finnish cities of Helsinki, Espoo and Kirkkonummi, with others possibly following, have initiated studies to find out if it would be feasible to replace coal and natural gas in district heating with small modular nuclear reactors (SMR’s).
Kirsty Gogan, co-founder and Global Director of Energy for Humanity provided her observations on the UNEP’s decision to exclude nuclear energy’s global trade group, quoted in Forbes
NGO Energy for Humanity calls on Europe’s biggest polluters, Germany, UK, Turkey and France to develop swift and purposeful carbon reduction policies.
New report published at COP23 using exclusive data to rank European countries on their climate leadership shows that COP23 Host, Germany is the worst offender, while UK tops the leaders board on climate progress.
Nobody has done more for advancing clean energy on the grid than France. In light of this, we are alarmed at President Macron’s decision to move France away from clean nuclear power.
Energy for Humanity has been campaigning against the Green Party’s Initiative for a premature nuclear phase-out in Switzerland.