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Are coal and carbon capture made for each other?
One is a commodity facing collapsing prices and an existential threat as a result of its contribution to climate change. The other is a clean coal technology which until now has lacked a powerful spon
Lighting oligopoly faces incumbent’s dilemma
Ever cheaper LEDs are threatening established lighting markets, in just the same way as renewable energy is disrupting electric utilities, showing how digital technologies will re-model power systems
10 reasons why renewables unaffected by falling oil price
With oil prices below $50 and still struggling to find a bottom there is growing concern that it will be increasingly difficult to meet climate change goals going forward and that much of the momentum
European shale gas to fall short
A major European shale gas industry looks increasingly unlikely, as drilling remains in limbo, and tougher carbon emissions targets loom. It will take more than three decades to develop and produce
Why Europe is more energy efficient
Britain’s consumption of motor gasoline and diesel has risen since the recent collapse in oil prices, but far more slowly than in the United States, data for tax receipts show. The slower growth
2015 will be a good year for solar
I have been looking at the solar market for ten years now and ever year I try to estimate how big the market will be. To be honest I have never gotten it right, and in fact it always comes in above wh