Focused on the electricity system, the New Energy Outlook (NEO) combines the expertise of over 65 market and technology specialists in 12 countries to provide a unique view of how the market will evolve.
Renewables 2018 Global Status Report GSR reveals two realities: one in which a revolution in the power sector is driving rapid change towards a renewable energy future, and another in which the overall transition is not advancing with the speed needed.
RE100 companies are more profitable than their peers, a new report reveals – underlining the business case for putting sustainability at the heart of corporate growth strategies
Supply chains wrap around the globe. For decades major corporations have outsourced their environmental impact to other companies – and often countries – in their value chain. But with supply chain emissions 5.5 times more than a company’s direct operations, these large corporations are a powerful lever in the transition to a sustainable economy.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) produces comprehensive renewable energy statistics on a range of topics. This publication presents renewable power generation capacity statistics in trilingual tables for the last decade (2009 – 2018).
Fostering Effective Energy Transition report is part of the World Economic Forum’s System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Energy. The report summarizes insights from the “Energy Transition Index”, which builds upon the previous series of “Global Energy Architecture Performance Index” by adding a forward looking element of country readiness for energy transition.
BNEF has been tracking clean energy investment globally for more than 10 years. Explore the latest investment trends and our energy predictions for the year to come.
Wind power can meet a quarter of Europe’s electricity demand by 2030 if EU Member States deliver on climate and energy pledges, according to the latest forecasts by the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA). Over the next 15 years, EWEA expects wind power installations in Europe to reach 320 GW of capacity, which could serve 24.4% of electricity demand across the region. Today, the 128.8 GW generated by wind power in the EU meets over 10% of European power consumption in a normal wind year.