Coronavirus pandemic

Australia’s Emissions Dropped 5% in 2020 Amid Pandemic Restrictions

Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions fell 5.3% during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic, according to government data. Emissions for the year to March 2021 are estimated to be 494.2 Mt carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-e). This is 5.3% (27.8 Mt CO2-e) less than the previous year and is the lowest emission level recorded in the […]

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150 GW of RE Projects at Risk Due to Coronavirus

In the fast developing situation arising out of the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on renewables worldwide, we have seen many estimates, and updations to those estimates. The latest one is Wood Mackenzie’s (Woodmac) research that shows up to 150 gigawatts (GW) of wind and solar projects across the Asia Pacific at risk. These projects […]

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