Archive: Net zero
EU demand for coal imports is set to plummet by 2030, to be replaced by critical minerals and technologies for the clean energy transition.
The EU is firmly on its clean energy transition, with renewables and green technologies at the front and centre of new economic partnerships.
No wind turbines were connected to South Africa’s grid in 2022, inhibiting progress toward solving load-shedding and fossil fuel price volatility.
Halving emissions this decade is crucial, yet relying on coal and gas will add fuel to the fire of climate change.
New analysis reveals how industry lobbying is successfully obstructing progress to net zero and the associated socio-economic benefits.
Climate finance can empower South Africa to build a greener, healthier future where it costs less to keep the lights on.
While fossil fuel prices soar, solar is the solution to affordable energy security, job creation and sustainable economic growth.
The Kyoto Protocol made history in 1997 as the first major international effort to slow climate change.
Running an electric car saves money long term, and it also means being less vulnerable to temporary price spikes and shortages of petrol and diesel.
South Africa’s cabinet has approved the $8.5 billion (R155 billion) plan to help the country transition away from fossil fuels.
Time is running out for owners of large buildings to get official energy ratings.
COP26 saw South Africa make a public commitment to greening its economy. But, can non-renewable resources be part of this transition?
South Africa’s Low Emission Development Strategy 2050 is the country’s most recent emissions reductions plan.