Daily Archives: January 13, 2020

It’s Official: New York’s Case Against ExxonMobil Is Over

By Energy in Depth Well, that’s all she wrote, folks! A month after losing what was once called “the trial of the century,” the New York Attorney General has chosen not to appeal New York Supreme Court Justice Barry R. Ostrager’s ruling that found – despite the attorney general’s “hyperbolic” allegations – ExxonMobil did not…

Canadian Energy Weekly Round-Up: January 13

By Energy in Depth Here are the top news stories covering Canada’s energy landscape:Energy Companies Lead Emissions ReductionsRecently, Cenovus Energy announced its intentions to reach a 30 percent reduction on per-barrel greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by the end of 2030. According to the Calgary Herald, in addition to this ambitious goal:“Cenovus said …its long-term ambition…

Canada Needs More Pipeline Takeaway Capacity

By Energy in Depth As oil and natural gas production has increased across North America, so too has the need for greater pipeline capacity to transport these resources. Canada’s limited pipeline takeaway capacity has created long-standing issues for the country, impeding its growth into new markets and making it over dependent on the United States…

Advocates say Massachusetts needs to do more to promote electric vehicles

By ENN Contributor A new $54 million influx of funding will restore a Massachusetts electric vehicle incentive program, but environmental advocates say there’s more to be done to boost electric vehicle ownership in the state. Photo by Matthew Staver / NRELEnvironmental advocates are praising a new $54 million influx of funding for Massachusetts’ electric vehicle…

Australia in Photos: Siemens Backs Massive Adani Coal Mine as 30,000 Protest Climate Inaction

By The Energy Mix Joe Kaeser/Twitter German industrial giant Siemens decided earlier today to back Australia’s intensely controversial Adani/Carmichael coal mine. The announcement came days after 30,000 people braved driving rain in Melbourne protesting their country’s refusal to recognize devastating wildfires as a climate disaster or take action on the broader climate crisis.“We need to…..

Energy: the rite that works!

By Rafael Herzberg Energy: the rite that works!The most significant and lasting results that brought cost savings and robust risk control to my consulting clients included three steps:1st) Identification of opportunitiesSolutions that offer interesting results respecting the boundary conditions established by the customer.2nd) Strategy to make them viableHow opportunities can be converted into contracted.. Click…

What value do batteries bring to California homeowners?

By SPW By Anne Hoskins, CPO, Sunrun Home batteries are changing how people use energy across California. Californians are combining rooftop solar and batteries to take control of their own power needs. People can now use residential batteries to protect themselves during power outages and from forever-increasing utility rates. Solar installers should understand the value…

Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures Plans New $500M Fund

By [email protected] ABU DHABI — Saudi Aramco’s corporate venture capital arm is preparing to launch a new $500 million fund to invest in energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions as well as new oil and gas technologies. Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures (SAEV), a subsidiary of the kingdom’s state-owned oil producer, has also opened an office…

Loanpal secures more funding for residential solar loans

By Kelsey Misbrener Residential solar loan provider Loanpal announced it has expanded its partnership with Goldman Sachs to finance an additional $200 million in residential solar loans, bringing their total financing commitments to $635 million. Additionally, the partnership will now allow Loanpal to finance hundreds of new products for homeowners that make up the $200+…

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