1. Are Pint-Sized Nuclear Reactors A Cheap Way To Cut Greenhouse Gas Levels? Modular seems to be the way forward in more than one energy segment.
      


  2. Tesla, which lost its status as the nation’s leading rooftop solar company last year, is trying to get back in the game by slashing...


  3. PwC: Environment eclipses price as key energy investment concern Good news for some, food for thought for others: how will these higher costs be passed...
      


  4. And how do you do it if you do? Drinking water's one resource that many have been warning is about to start running out...
      


  5. New study claims white people's diets disproportionally contribute to climate change Of course, by "white people" the authors of the study mean "Caucasian Americans," which...
      


  6. Japanese utilities turn away from coal plans amid green energy boom Nothing but pressure works. Yeah, it's not very free-market, but it works.
      


  7. Germany’s dirtiest power plants may avoid the scrap heap in the nation’s coal exit by getting refashioned as giant batteries for storing wind and...
      


  8. A Nobel Prize winner says it might be possible to cut the lifespan of radioactive waste to minutes. Here. Now that wouldn't be very...
      


  9. Dutch engineers build world's biggest sun-seeking solar farm A pretty cool idea.
      


  10. Caffeine Cranks Up Solar Cells Whatever will they think of next?
      


  11. Oopsie, looks like EVs perhaps aren't so "green" after all. Expect screams to the contrary, foaming at the mouth, insults, denials, and general brickbats from the...


  12. Cheaper, Cleaner Biofuel May Be Right Around The Corner https://oilprice.com/Alternative-Energy/Biofuels/Cheaper-Cleaner-Biofuel-May-Be-Right-Around-The-Corner.html#comment_added    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isobutanol   By Haley Zaremba - Apr 24, 2019, 3:00 PM CDT Join Our Community  
      


  13. De Blasio: Glass skyscrapers ‘have no place on our Earth’ Yes, I know New York Post is The Enemy but they're quoting the guy. I...


  14. China on Friday said it would promote using energy generated by the wind to help power heating systems during the bitterly cold winters seen...
      


  15. "Plans by oil and gas majors to spend $4.9 trillion on fuel exploration are "poles apart" from the goal of the Paris climate deal...
      


  16. Unusually high March temperatures lopped weeks off Alaska’s long winter and reflect a warming climate trend, state climate experts say. March is normally reliable...
      


  17. Congress is considering adding energy storage to its tax credit scheme. Better late than never. Here.
      


  18. Protests in London, with people accusing Shell of... ecoside. Little old Marina Linguist is weeping quietly in the corner, sobbing "You could've at least spelled it...
      


  19. Here it is. Everyone in the States... Guys, I'm so sorry you're being treated as eight-year-olds. Unless the video strictly targets 8-year-olds and I've missed...
      


  20. Years after they first appeared in North Korea, increasingly cheap and available solar panels are giving a boost to consumer consumption and industry as...
      


  21. https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/This-Tweak-Could-Be-A-Gamechanger-For-Lithium-Ion-Batteries.html This Tweak Could Be A Gamechanger For Lithium-Ion Batteries By Irina Slav - Apr 17, 2019, 5:00 PM CDT Join Our Community  
      


  22. This, at least, seems to be legitimate. Here.  
      


  23. North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is trying to develop alternative energy — everything from wind and tidal power to gasification of coal — to...


  24. ‘Solar to be world’s largest power source by 2050 as cost halves' Okay, I'm beginning to worry we'll run out of space now. Costs are...
      


  25. Increased use of renewable energy is better at reducing greenhouse gases than adding carbon capture and storage to existing power plants I'm sure we're all...
      


  26. "England is set to run short of water within 25 years, the chief executive of the Environment Agency has warned. The country is facing the...
      


  27. Chryslers need to meet government mandates greatly benefits Tesla.  https://www.reuters.com/article/us-fiat-chrysler-tesla-eu/fiat-chrysler-to-pay-tesla-hundreds-of-millions-of-euros-to-pool-fleet-idUSKCN1RJ03I?il=0
      


  28. Now that's what I call an incentive to go renewable.
      


  29.   Carmakers on course for $2-12bn fines for missing EU CO2 targets, warns Moody's To add to the billions they are spending on EVs.
      

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