Category: Kayrros Eye

“Honey, I shrank Europe’s carbon footprint”

European carbon emissions have never been falling faster — at least not since Kayrros Carbon Watch stated tracking them in 2016. The power sector

Can solar panels take the Texas heat?

Texas is once again feeling the heat of rapidly warming temperatures. Will recent increases in its power generation capacity be sufficient to avert the kind

Kayrros named on TIME100 Most Influential Companies list

Kayrros has been included in TIME’s list of the TIME100 Most Influential Companies on the Planet, unveiled today. The list highlights companies making an extraordinary

For the global aviation sector, is Covid-19 just a bad memory?

As Covid-19 starts fading into the rearview mirror, is aviation back at pre-pandemic levels, or have online meetings, health distancing and climate worries durably

Is it too soon to celebrate the plunge in EU carbon emissions?

After tepid growth in 2022 overall, European carbon emissions from regulated sectors plunged at double digit rates in the first quarter 2023 year-on-year and

The success of the IPCC’s new climate goals hinges on access to high-quality data

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has rendered its final warning: The window of opportunity to secure a liveable future for all is rapidly

Did global CO2 emissions rise or drop in 2022?

Global CO2 emissions crept up by 0.9% (about 320 MT) to a new record high in 2022, according to a new report from the

The Ukraine war and China’s rising role in balancing the oil market

A year after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, satellite data show that far from plunging as initially feared, onshore crude oil stocks have built by

How safe is Europe’s LNG supply?

Kayrros monitoring shows signs of restart at Freeport LNG’s long idled 15 MTPA (2.2 Bcf/d) Quintana Island liquefaction and export facility near Freeport, Texas,