Keep up-to-date on the news, research and events emerging from within the 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy movement plus informative updates from the wider energy sector.
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24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Signatories commit to the broader principles behind 24/7 CFE and moving forward, signatories will identify their own actions aligned with those principles and the compact is technology inclusive.
If you would like to learn how to join this movement, we invite you to register for one of the two workshops: 1. 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Compact Workshop 1 (Wed, 7 Dec, 8:30 - 9:30 AM New York time), 2. 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Compact Workshop 2 (Wed, 7 Dec, 8:30 - 9:30 PM New York time)
On behalf of World Resources Institute (WRI), we invite you to attend an upcoming webinar on Data for 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Measurement and Tracking. Accurate data underpins the necessary baselining, goal setting, measurement, and tracking for making progress on 24/7 CFE. This webinar is the fourth in a series of WRI-hosted webinars on 24/7 CFE and willfeature overviews from representatives of Iron Mountain, a global storage and information management services company committed to 24/7 CFE; FlexiDAO, a software and solutions provider that helps energy buyers reach their 24/7 CFE goals; and Electricity Maps, a platform for understanding the carbon impact ofelectricity consumption in real-time. Presentations from the speakers will be followed by a Q&A session with audience participation. This webinar will take place on Tuesday, December 6th, from 11:00 AM — 12:00 PM ET
An insightful op-ed, co-signed by Damilola Ogunbity, CEO and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sustainable Energy for All and Co-Chair of UN-Energy, and Kate Brandt, Chief Sustainability Officer at Google, on the importance and benefits of 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Compact.
The global movement to decarbonize the world's electricity systems has been further strengthened today when organizations and industry leaders committed to meaningful climate action became the latest signatories of 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Compact.
Full decarbonization of electricity systems is the linchpin to mitigating climate change. It has the potential to eliminate nearly 50% of global greenhouse gas emissions. This report is a building block towards a more comprehensive roadmap to advance these goals. The report is the outcome of two three-hour intensive deep dive sessions with more than 65 people representing 50 companies and organizations including energy buyers, suppliers, governments, system operators, solutions providers, investors and other signatories of the Compact.
24/7 Carbon Free-Energy offers a holistic approach to managing energy and the transition away from fossil-fuel power systems, which requires cities to change how they manageelectricity demand and supply. The C40 Knowledge Hub contains a range of resources and insights from leading climate cities, capturing the case for action, the most impactful and practical steps to take and how to implement them.
Eurelectric supports the ambition of the EU strategy for solar energy to develop a strong value chain and increase the contribution of solar energy to the 2030 targets. Yet, multiple barriers delayed the deployment of solar energy projects. This article explores how they expect to address these problems.
24/7 Carbon-Free Energy is one of the buzzwords whizzing around in the energy industry. This article explores that 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy is much more than an ambitious goal, and argues that the path of 100% decarbonization, can be considered a disruptive technology within the energy industry.
Lightsource bp has launched in East Asia, supporting a 150MW fishery solar project in Taiwan in cooperation with local company Green Rock Energy. The project is Lightsource bp’s first fishery venture and will support the local aquaculture industry while backing Lightsource bp’s target of 25GW of solar by 2025.
To accelerate energy access for Sub-Saharan Africa, ENGIE Energy Access and the Energy Web Foundation are revolutionizing financing methods through the usage of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. This is set to accelerate sustainable electrification in Africa.
Energy storage is going to be a quintessential part of the new power system architecture states WBCSD, as it not only helps to balance out the variability in generation but could also enable consumption of self-generated renewable power by consumers and reduce the need to feed excess electricity back into the grid.
Anya Nova shares the major transitions occurring in the blockchain and the benefits of these transitions to speed and sustainability. Powerledger is undergoing a major transition that will lead to more efficient energy usage. This article dispels the myth that blockchains are bad for the environment and argues they are the cutting edge technology built for a sustainable future.
According to a recent report from LevelTen Energy, North American renewable energy developers are struggling to build solar and wind projects fast enough to keep up with demand. This is leading to a shortage of power purchase agreements for corporations and other large energy buyers, which are critical to bringing new clean energy projects online and meeting net zero targets.
Bringing together the agendas on health and nature might just be one of our best hopes to tackle nature loss and climate change at the same time, as well as protecting and improving health. In 2022, World Health Day is bringing these two themes together, and every business needs to take note and step up.
Tech giants and startups are chasing more precise data to make the grid cleaner by the hour — and asking governments and regulators to catch up. The EnergyTag initiative released standards designed to lay the groundwork for a global system that tracks and trades clean energy on an hour-by-hour basis — in other words, a standard for 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy.
This podcast is by Michael Terrell, Google’s Director of Energy, and his pursuit of 24/7 clean energy. In 2020, Google announced a new goal: it wants to run all of its facilities around the world on clean energy, every hour of every day, 24/7. This podcast runs through how the 24/7 clean energy movement is going, what kinds of technologies might help achieve it, and what sorts of policies could help unlock it for the entire grid.
In April 2021, AES and Google partnered together to launch a first-of-its-kind 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy solution. Through this partnership, AES and Google set a new standard for corporate sustainability and created a roadmap for other organizations to accelerate the transition to a 24/7 carbon-free future.
This podcast titled “The missing hours: in search of 24/7 carbon-free power”, discusses how infrastructure is capable of delivering 24/7 carbon-free power. Covering all types of renewables such as wind, solar, batteries and biomass, the conversation also highlights the growing importance of digital applications and ESG within carbon-free power.
Microsoft's annual sustainability report offers a comprehensive look at the progress made in 2021 to becoming a carbon negative, water positive, zero-waste company by 2030. It also highlights from the clear climate commitments in January 2020 that they are committed to transparency in their learnings.
The European Union has recently decided to classify nuclear energy as a green energy source. But the question remains: is nuclear energy truly carbon-free? This article takes a look at both sides of the debate and explores the pros and cons of whether nuclear power could provide a short-term solution for a stable source of baseline, low-carbon energy.