Energy Policy

Africa, Asia, Energy, Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Environment, Gas, Investment, Nuclear, Petroleum Review

How well are the Brics meeting carbon targets?

Limiting global warming is dependent on a rapid transition away from fossil fuels. This in turn requires technological advance in renewable energy and electricity storage, strong government commitment, stable and transparent regulatory frameworks, and a business environment attractive to investment. Subsequent to the 2015 Paris Agreement, countries have committed to […]

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Britain, ContentLive, Energy, Energy Focus, Energy Management, Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Europe

The lowdown on CARES

“It is likely that we will see more co-operation between local businesses and also community groups, to not only generate energy but also use and even trade in it”

Chris Morris, project manager, Local Energy Scotland

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Energy, Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Eniday

Energy efficiency is a good way to save money

Power generation is one of the biggest source of greenhouse gases in the U.S., accounting for 28 percent of total CO2 emissions. The idea to reduce the use of fossil fuels, in favor of renewables, has therefore gained worldwide acceptance and attention. However, there is another way to reduce greenhouse gases, and […]

Britain, Energy, Energy Policy, Energy Storage, Innovation, Investment, Press Release, Renewables

Consumers set to see energy bills soar as price cap is hiked

On 7th February 2019 OFGEM announced that it would be raising the energy price-cap from £1,137 to £1,254 for customers on default tariffs and from £1,137 to £1,142 for customers on prepayment meters.  The new cap limits will come into effect on April 1st, This news means that  some 15 […]

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America, Energy Policy, Oil, Rigzone

Trump’s Price Policies Hurting US Shale Activity

One thing is clear, the actions of OPEC and friends to cut back output this year could be good news for U.S. shale frackers as crude prices rise, trade tensions ease and world demand for crude holds up—but it could be disappointing for President Trump.