Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling in a case ("Hughes v. Talen Energy Marketing, LLC") that could have had adverse implications for states wishing to promote clean energy development. Fortunately, that's not what happened.
Let's look at the key points of "The Homegrown Power Plan," keeping in mind that Australia at present is overwhelmingly powered by fossil fuels. In other words, if a rapid transition to 100% clean energy can be carried out in Australia, it certainly can happen here.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School hosted Marvin Odum, outgoing president of Shell, for a discussion on how oil companies are dealing with the current low oil price environment and preparing for a “new normal” in the energy sector. According to an article on Wharton’s website published in late...
Put those all together, Liebreich argues, and they add up to the "miracle" Bill Gates says he's looking for. And that, of course, doesn't even take into account the enormous technological advances and price declines likely to take place in all the areas mentioned above. In sum, it's a great time to be in the cleantech business right now -- no future "miracles" required.
The great folks at DeSmogBlog have yet another excellent piece up, this one looking at "How Propaganda (Actually) Works." Here's an excerpt, followed by a few possible lessons for the clean energy industry.
Remove those subsidies and make the fossil fuel companies pay their full freight, and let's see how long they are able to compete against solar, wind, energy storage, energy efficiency, etc. Our guess is -- not very long at all.
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