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Using renewable energy to manage water and climate risk

Fresh water resources are dwindling, posing a significant commercial risk: according to one estimate, a lack of pure fresh water threatens $425 billion in value across upwards of 500 enterprises.…

The UK government is an “active impediment” to renewable energy development according to SNP Westminster leader

Ian Blackford has slammed the United Kingdom government for not just delaying carbon capture as well as storage in Scotland, but also for acting as an “active impediment” to renewable energy…

The current energy issue cannot be solved by investing in gas

Much of the world is currently experiencing an energy crisis as a result of rising gas prices. Increased investments in gas production, infrastructure, and gas-fired power plants appear to be…

New renewable energy puts a strain on an aging power grid

The state Board of the Public Utilities is attempting to speed up the process of linking new solar-panel systems to distribution systems managed by municipal utilities as a first step toward modernizing…

Companies that deal with conventional energy Shift to Renewable Energy

How will traditional energy firms compete as the globe moves away from fossil fuels and toward renewable energy sources? As part of the Energy Transition sequence, McDermott Will & Emery…

In the face of Europe’s energy crisis, France is betting on more nuclear power

President Emmanuel Macron is set to approve a group of nuclear reactors, as Europe’s energy crisis rekindles interest in the contentious power source in France. France is a nuclear power…

Ireland’s first offshore wind auction is underway

The Department of the Environment, Climate, and Communications in the Republic of Ireland today launched a public consultation on the country’s first auction to supply electricity from the offshore wind…

The development of ‘carbon-neutral’ hydrocarbons

Energy buyers are paying top dollar for natural gas cargoes that are packaged with carbon offsets and labeled as “carbon neutral,” part of a rising trend that market players hope…

A New Infrastructure Bill Should Benefit These Three Renewable Energy Stocks

Congress is on the verge of enacting a $1 trillion infrastructure package, with a multi-billion-dollar package likely to follow. This might be a windfall for investors, particularly in the renewable…