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GUEST BLOG-How efficiency can save the Arctic, Ukraine, and $3 trln
By Carsten Pfeiffer, political scientist, head of strategy of the German Renewable Energy Federation Imagine that Bill Gates, George Soros and Waren Buffet were dying of thirst in the desert. It be
GUEST BLOG-Why I switched from trading CO2 to renewables
By Laurent Segalen, Managing Partner at Megawatt-X Ltd Having traded carbon since the pioneering days of the Marrakesh Accords in 2001, I found myself late 2012 without a cause. The Kyoto Accords h
Blackrock shows clean energy out-performing oil and gas
Blackrock is in the unusual position of marketing two funds which offer polar opposite views for the future of the global energy industry. Determined to cater for all tastes, Blackrock has equally
Breakdown of the relationship between oil, gas and coal prices?
We currently consume one thousand barrels of crude oil in each second of every day. It is by far the most important energy source used across the globe. Oil is used for heating, for electricity genera
Short term outlook for oil remains negative
Many commentators have suggested that the oil price would rise in the first quarter. Well here we are the start of the second quarter and the oil price is still below $50. Whatsmore any trader will te
The coming of the fuel cell car?
2014 was a good year for fuel cells. Not only was there was substantial amounts of capital raised by companies like PlugPower on the public markets and Bloom Energy on the private markets but we also