9 July, 2018 – The need to stop global warming in its tracks has spurred the growth of two smarter renewables that are helping to reshape the electricity industry.
5 July, 2018 – If motor manufacturers are right about the prospects for electric vehicle sales, an oil price crash won’t be far behind.
15 May, 2018 – As climate change warms the Earth, one significant concern is the cooling crisis, the quest for energy-hungry artificial ways to keep ourselves cool.
7 May, 2018 – China’s energy policy seems perplexing: coal use reductions at home, while abroad it is helping to build coal-fired power plants.
2 May, 2018 – The UK government has under-estimated the country’s North Sea clean-up costs, which may double the expected price of decommissioning oil and gas.
24 April, 2018 – It’s known as the Emerald Isle, but Ireland’s household pollution means the country’s homes emit more carbon than any other EU member.
18 April, 2018 – To attain the internationally-agreed global warming limit, a clean energy spurt delivering six times more renewables than today is vital, analysts say.
13 April, 2018 – With the highest efficiency standards, countries can cut household carbon emissions at no cost to consumers – and achieve the UN’s climate goals.
4 April, 2018 – Middle Eastern countries are welcoming nuclear power firms promising to meet their energy needs, while most of the world worries over reactor costs.
31 March, 2018 – Despite ambitious efforts to cope with the effects of water shortage and climate change, Morocco faces a dauntingly dry century.
12 March, 2018 – Canadians hoping Alberta’s oil exports from its tar and oil sands will expand may be disappointed. One supertanker port has turned the economics upside down.