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As risks mount, Poland’s PGE struggles to break from fossil fuels
The case of Poland’s largest utility, PGE, shows how Europe’s more coal-intensive power companies are struggling to make a break from fossil fuels, even as the associated risks escalate. Headwi
Geopolitics and the case for lower oil prices
Energy and geopolitics have always been closely intertwined. No more is that so that with the oil price which hovers around $70 a barrel, its highest level in 4 years. It is also there because of in
Why we will electrify trucking faster than you think (and it has nothing to do with Tesla)
Most people are starting to believe that the automobile will become electrified. What is disputed is the timing and whether the automobile will be hybrid or fully electric, and whether it will be batt
Are we about to see a renaissance in the forgotten renewable energy geothermal?
We have been using heat from under the earth’s surface for bathing and wellness purposes for thousands of years. The Italians took it a step forward in 1902 with the opening of the Larderello field
The rush for cobalt and what it means for EVs
Two years ago, I identified the significance of cobalt for the future of the electric vehicle. My investments have paid off well. But, sadly, many of the automobile manufacturers such as VW did not un
ContourGlobal fails to commit to cleaner technologies at planned Kosovo coal plant
London-listed, global energy investor, ContourGlobal, portrays its plans for a new coal power plant in Kosovo as a step towards cleaner air for the small Balkan republic, but its legal agreement with