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Taking stock of Big Tech and Russian energy with Europe’s Competition Commissioner
The BBC’s Victoria Craig speaks with Margrethe Vestager about Big Tech and the green energy initiatives.
Some African countries are benefiting from EU members' search for new energy sources
South Africa has seen a boom in coal exports. But critics say European countries shouldn't keep feeding their coal habit.
Sustainable fuel for planes is closer than you may think
Still, it will take greater regulation to popularize its use. "Voluntary goals don't work," one expert told us.
Grid operators struggle with volume of connection requests from renewables
The number of proposed solar projects has spiked as costs have declined, but the transmission system can't accommodate them.
One year in, Biden's clean energy and climate agenda are in the balance
The bipartisan infrastructure bill’s passage was a win for the administration’s climate agenda, but many think Biden's commitment to climate policy lies at the feet of the Build Back Better bill.
Maine judge quashes Hydro-Quebec power line plan for now
The transmission line, in the works for years, would start in Quebec and bring hydro power through Maine to Massachusetts.
Oil supply may finally catch up with demand. But what about emissions?
There's a disconnect between the ongoing demand for fossil fuels and White House messaging about reaching net-zero emissions.
The first great shock of the energy transition
Vijay Vaitheeswaran, editor at The Economist, on what energy shortages and rising fuel prices mean for the transition to clean energy.
Clean energy would create trillion-dollar market and millions of jobs, IEA says
Just how do researchers calculate that?
Infrastructure bill carries funding potential for clean energy
Federal money could be set aside for electric vehicles and charging stations. The solar industry, however, still has questions.