Daily Archives: March 17, 2022

Is the Next Peak-Oil Related Stock Market Crash Looming ?

By Tom Therramus With a sudden fall in oil price, yet another spike in price volatility careened through the markets last week, with more turmoil apparently building this week. Last week’s price crash occurred even though key fundamentals were largely unchanged. Most commentators continue to harp on about the proximal causes of the current instability…

Solar Insiders Podcast: The global rooftop boom

By Giles Parkinson & Nigel Morris Global rooftop solar installations expected to reach nearly 100GW in 2025. As Australia’s solar pioneers get together. The post Solar Insiders Podcast: The global rooftop boom appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Quick Charge Podcast: March 17, 2022

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. more…. The post Quick Charge Podcast: March 17, 2022 appeared first on Electrek.Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full…

Wildcards – the Path to 2050

By John Benson Two weeks ago, I completed a five-volume series of posts that were summaries of the six section NREL Storage Future Study and report (SFS). This study strongly suggests that we have at least one clear path to Net-Zero greenhouse gas (GHG) by 2050. Furthermore, SFS took a really conservative approach in that…

Sen. Markey introduces bill that would require transmission planning to accommodate clean energy

By Kelsey Misbrener Sen. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass), member of the Environment and Public Works Committee and co-chair of the Senate Climate Task Force, introduced the Connecting Hard-to-reach Areas with Renewably Generated Energy (CHARGE) Act, comprehensive legislation that would lay the groundwork for America’s clean energy revolution. The legislation positions the United States to proactively…

Volvo and Starbucks partner on EV charging route

By Renewable Energy World Follow @EngelsAngle Volvo Cars and Starbucks announced a pilot partnership that could bring fast EV chargers to up to 15 of the coffee giant’s locations along a route from Denver to Seattle. The project is expected to deploy up to 60 ChargePoint DC Fast Chargers at Starbucks locations about 100 miles…

No easy solutions to Britain’s energy crisis | Letters

By Letters Diane Ordish opposes massive industrialisation of the land, and Anthony Cheke points to vast unused urban roofs that could be given over to solar farms. Plus a letter from Francis CreedPolly Toynbee is so right (The Tories railed against ‘green crap’. Why trust them to solve the energy crisis now?, 15 March), but…

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