Global Energy Perspective 2021

The global energy landscape is going through major shifts We publish this long-term energy outlook at the start of 2021, after a year that has brought extraordinary challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic crisis caused unprecedented disruption in the energy landscape—and the path to recovery remains uncertain. Kilde: McKinsey, Januar 2021

Renewable energy can « leapfrog » existing energy models

The International Energy Agency (IEA) said the per-watt cost of solar electricity finally fell below fossil fuels last year. By 2025, the renewables sector is expected to hit $1.5 trillion value, up 61% from $928 billion in 2017. After that, renewables will have achieved a firm footing in regular society. Growth will be exponential. Kilde: MoneyMorning, 13.1.2021

Why 2021 could be turning point for tackling climate change

Renewables are now the cheapest energy ever: In October 2020, the International Energy Agency, an intergovernmental organisation, concluded that the best solar power schemes now offer “the cheapest source of electricity in history”. Business is going green too. The falling cost of renewable and the growing public pressure for action on climate is also transforming [...]

New Energy Outlook 2020

The New Energy Outlook (NEO) is Bloomberg NEF’s annual long-term scenario analysis on the future of the energy economy. This year we have gone beyond our traditional focus on the electricity sector, to include detailed chapters on industry, buildings and transport and offer a full-coverage assessment of the energy economy and its drivers to 2050. [...]

ESG-fonde kan overhale almindelige fonde i 2025

I løbet af fem år kan størrelsen på ESG-fonde overhale de fonde, som ikke har et særligt fokus på miljø, sociale problemstillinger og governance, viser en ny analyse. Der kan blive flyttet flere penge over i grønne teknologier over de kommende år, hvor investorerne i højere grad efterspørger ESG-investeringer. Kilde: Financial Times, 19.10.2020 [...]

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