US and China decision to join the pact to combat climate change means Paris climate agreement could come into force as soon as next year.
With just over 70 days left until the general election, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump offer voters two very different visions for the country’s energy agenda and the future of renewables.
Obama announces $4.5 billion in US Energy Department loan guarantees to become available for the support of a commercial-scale electric vehicle charging station buildout.
UK report finds flaky government energy policy has chased off investors and added $A230 p.a. to household bills… it might also have spawned the UK’s first unsubsidised wind farm. Plus: fact-checking Obama’s claim that GOP primary candidates have not a climate plan between them.
President Obama’s landmark regulation to cut emissions from stationary polluters — the Clean Power Plan — was just issued a stay by US Supreme Court.
Turnbull should be excited by the U.S govt’s US$36m investment to turn solar PV and storage batteries into a new kind of virtual power source.
Once a critical player in the energy future of the U.S., the coal industry is now little more than a self-interested party seeking a bailout.
Poor nations say they want renewables, not coal; Obama stays on to make legal concessions; India emerging as potential spoiler for Paris deal; Australia criticised by IEA for lack of carbon price; and Hunt wobbles on energy efficiency.
Schönau. Village of 2500 inhabitants in the Black Forest. A beautiful remote alpine village that bought back its grid and has been leading the energy revolution.
The city is adding a total of 288 EVs as part of a broad climate compact with China.