Are we moving fast enough?

That's the trillion dollar question in the green transition - to avoid the worst effects of climate change and reduce reliance on Russian fossil fuels. Political ambitions are key. But so are access to skilled workers and supply chains. Especially in the US, which aims for 30 GW of offshore wind by 2030. 

But first up, we look at what high energy prices mean for the green transition:


Are high prices good for green energy?

Expensive fossil fuels should make renewable energy more attractive. But will it? Our experts say ‘not necessarily’:

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Skills and supply chains are key to US wind ambitions

President Biden has announced a 30 GW roll-out of offshore wind before 2030. A shortage of skilled workers may jeopardise it:

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The sky is the limit for timber buildings

Buildings account for 40% of energy-related emissions. To slash that number, engineers are turning to our oldest building material - timber:

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To improve public transport, Stockholm is moving its central station out of the way

The old station was a blocked artery in the heart of Stockholm. The new one will act as a bypass:

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