It will cost $10 trillion for India to reach net zero emissions by 2070
A recent analysis suggests that heavy climate funding and investment from rich nations will be crucial if the country is to decarbonize at the appropriate rate. If India wants to attain net zero emissions by 2070, it will require more than $10 trillion (£7.4 trillion) in investment. According to a new research by the Centre for Energy Finance (CEEW), the power sector alone would…
COP26: Fusion Energy
At the COP26 climate summit, scientists and engineers from around the world will discuss the possibility of fusion energy in reducing carbon emissions and reaching net zero. According to the experts, fusion is the mechanism that drives both the Sun…
IEA: The Role of Nuclear Energy in Achieving Net Zero
Nuclear power, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), can help countries achieve net zero energy goals. "Net zero is a Herculean effort," stated Dr Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency, speaking at a COP26 UK Presidency-organized…