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Can the U.S. and China agree to a “Paris Protocol”?
(This post is based on a piece first published with Chinadialogue, here) Last November, the United States and China announced that they would forge closer cooperate on climate change. “The Uni
Europe rescues its carbon market
Something remarkable happened on Tuesday, when a group of European parliamentarians voted to approve reform of Europe’s carbon market. The Environment Committee of the European Parliament reverse
EU fails tough choices on energy security
The facts speak for themselves. The European Union spends over $450bn every year on energy imports representing over 50% of Europe's energy needs. Contrast with the United States which reached a pea
My eco-home: going DC off-grid (nearly)
I have spent the last ten years of my career in the renewable energy and wider energy technology area. I have managed a renewable fund. I have advised global investors on where to invest their money a
Fossil fuel subsidies to fall further
A global campaign to abolish fossil fuel subsidies, driven by the World Bank, the International Energy Agency and the International Monetary Fund, is gathering pace. On Jan. 1, alone, both Morocco
Is storage a game-changer for renewables?
Amongst the renewables community storage is seen as the “holy grail”. Make storage economic and the issues of intermittency go away and we have a 100% renewables world the mantra goes. The reality