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Africa Could Become Fertile Ground For New Energy Investment

Africa Could Become Fertile Ground For New Energy Investment

Africa wants to become fertile ground for new energy investment — investments that would help electrify parts of the continent and make it ripe for news businesses and new jobs.

SDG climate change

Renewables and Natural Gas Big Winners Through 2040

According to the International Energy Agency’s 2016 World Energy Outlook, the big winners through 2040 are natural gas and renewables. Meanwhile, both coal and oil will get scaled back.

Clinton vs. Trump: How Will Next President Affect Energy Sector, Carbon Emissions?

Clinton vs. Trump: How Will Next President Affect Energy Sector, Carbon Emissions?

US carbon emissions would be 16 percent higher — or 3.4 billion tons more — after two terms of a Trump presidency than they would after two terms of Hillary Clinton, according to Lux Research.

industrial plant emissions

What Does a Carbon Tax Mean for Manufacturing?

A carbon tax initiative — the first of its kind in the US — will go before Washington state voters next week.

Trend from Coal-to-Gas Overshadows this Month’s Regulatory and Legal Developments

Trend from Coal-to-Gas Overshadows this Month’s Regulatory and Legal Developments

The plan to cut nitrogen oxide emissions that cause respiratory illness will no doubt get another challenge in court. Even if it could win such a case, the trend toward retiring older coal-fired plants is well underway. And it’s no doubt getting sped up by the Clean Power Plan.

ExxonMobil

Exxon’s Algae Investments May Be Good for Business, and Public Relations

Exxon Mobil Corp.’s investment in algae biofuels may turn out to be good for business, and public relations. The oil giant, under pressure from states attorneys general and shareholders about what it had previously known about climate change, is letting the general public know about its forays into clean energy.

New York State Could Set a National Trend with its Clean Energy Standard

New York State Could Set a National Trend with its Clean Energy Standard

New York State is moving forward with an idea that could become a harbinger of things to come, nationally. It’s the Clean Energy Standard, which focuses more on producing clean power and less on renewable energy standards.

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US Power Sector CO2 Emissions ‘Almost Down to 1990 Levels,’ Report Says

The largest electric producers in the US continue to reduce emissions of key air pollutants, according to an annual analysis of power plant emissions.