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India’s Shift to Renewable Energy Driven by Lower Costs

Indian corporations are increasingly shifting to renewable energy sources because they are often the cheapest power sources. India now the world’s second-largest market...

Nuclear Power Emerges As Divisive Topic at IEA Energy Summit

Nuclear power emerged as a controversial issue for attendees at a global clean energy summit held by the International Energy Agency. Environmentalists have...

U.S. Moves From Hydrogen Laggard to Leader as Los Angeles Unveils...

Los Angeles unveils two-step plan to switch 1,900 megawatts of electricity generated by burning coal to natural gas, then transition to hydrogen.Toyota,...

Europe Sees Hydrogen as Key to Meeting 2050 Carbon Neutrality Goal

The EU will announce a major push to promote green hydrogen as a replacement for polluting fuels used for transportation and industry.Hydrogen...

Coronavirus Denting Supplies of Solar and Wind Parts, Crimping Spread of...

The coronavirus outbreak is slowing the transition to renewable energy as aggressive measures taken by China to slow the spread of the...

Solar Energy Mandate May be Casualty of California’s Battle Against Homelessness

California regulators, eyeing rising home prices, eased off on the state’s pioneering requirement for new homes to have expensive solar panels, a...

Hydrogen’s Promise of Greener Future Awaits Cleaner Production, Panel Says

New technologies for producing hydrogen offer the tantalizing possibility that the clean-burning gas will displace gasoline and diesel as transportation fuel.

Bring Me His Head: JPMorgan Activist Shareholders Want Former Exxon CEO...

Climate wars are heating up at JPMorgan Chase, with activist shareholders pushing to oust former Exxon Mobil Chairman Lee Raymond from the...

Fusion, Clean Energy’s Holy Grail, Draws Investors Betting on Smaller, Cheaper...

Fusion energy may be having its moment, and investors are taking notice. Long the realm of university research, funded...

Pipeline Companies May Move From Activists’ Crosshairs to ESG Investor Darlings

Oil and natural gas pipeline companies have long been a target for environmentalists’ ire — think of the Keystone battle, as well...

Solar Panels That Work at Night Might Be the Breakthrough Renewables...

What works for hay — you can’t make it if the sun doesn’t shine — also works for solar power.

Britain Accelerates Fossil-Fuel Car Ban As Upcoming Climate Summit Focuses Attention...

The U.K., planning to host a global climate summit in November, said it is banning the sale of new fossil fuel–burning cars...

Seeing the Light? $1.2 Trillion Leveraged Loan Market Pivots to Sustainable...

An opaque segment of the credit industry — the $1.2 trillion leveraged loan market — is the latest to see the light...

Big Companies Buying Clean Power at Record Pace; Google Biggest Buyer...

Corporations bought more clean-energy than ever, boosted by tech heavyweights Google, Facebook and Amazon as they are pushed to reform their energy...

Garbage Crisis Will Bury Companies That Don’t Adapt, TerraCycle’s CEO Says

Garbage has become such a crisis that companies that don’t invest in long-term ways to reduce waste won’t survive, warns the founder...

Buffett’s Footprint: Berkshire Trails Only Kochs, Saudi Royals in Fortunes Linked...

As investors and financial firms heed the call to cut fossil fuel holdings, others hang on: Warren Buffett holds the third-largest fortune...

Top 10 Impact Investing Trends for 2020

Key Takeaway: We enter the new decade full of promise for innovation and discoveries in healthcare, financial services and clean energy. Here...

Head of Japan’s Biggest Public Fund Says Short Selling Isn’t Compatible...

The world’s largest pension fund, Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund, is getting pushback from a recent decision to throw in its lot...

Al Gore Slams BlackRock, Vanguard With Warning About Financing “Destruction of...

Al Gore took some time at the Madrid climate talks to attack BlackRock and Vanguard, saying the huge financial institutions are contributing...

BNP Paribas, Feeling the Heat from Critics, Says It Will Quit...

BNP Paribas, criticized as one of the leading Western financiers of coal expansion, says it will cease all financing of the sector...

Acai, Snake Venom, Cocoa: Amazon Survival, Post-Inferno, May Hinge on Sustainable...

Amazon’s fires may be calming down, but the battle for the future of the world’s biggest tropical rainforest is far from over.

Geothermal Electricity Poised for Takeoff as Technology Advances

While wind and hydropower have emerged as the biggest renewable energy sources in the U.S., they aren’t the only ones. Geothermal, harnessing...

Ethanol Demand Fuels BP, Bunge Merger as Globe Seeks Cleaner Power

U.K. energy company BP Plc and U.S. agricultural trader Bunge Ltd. are combining their sugar and ethanol assets in Brazil, a merger...

U.K. Venture Energise Africa Aims to Electrify Solar Investors in Africa...

More than 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa -- nearly half the continent’s population -- live off electrical grids. Yet tackling the...

Solar Startup Arnergy’s $9M Funding Highlights Investors’ Appetite to Tackle Nigeria’s...

Arnergy’s $9 million funding is the latest in a growing number of investments in Nigeria’s electricity sector, and highlights investors’ confidence that...

How Skilancer Solar Is Fusing AI and Robotics For Next-Gen Cleantech

Clean energy pundits vouch that solar power will eventually leave its dirtier counterpart -- coal -- in the dust. 

US-China Trade War Risks Creating ESG Black Hole

The escalating tariff war between the world’s two largest economies isn’t just hurting Chinese investment in the U.S. It may lead China...
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