June 25 2021

The EV Price Gap Narrows

Electric vehicles should be cheaper to buy on average than combustion vehicles in about five years, without subsidies.

June 18 2021

Nobody Wants China’s Used EVs

Looking at over 20,000 used EV sales in China, the analysis showed that the value of those vehicles dropped by an average of 45% after a year, 58% after two years and 67% after three years.

June 16 2021

Green Aluminum is Competitive Today. It’s Time to Start Transforming

Net-zero emissions targets have thrown down the gauntlet to industrial emitters. The power and transport sectors have been investing hundreds of billions in deploying zero-emissions technology for the last decade.

June 14 2021

China Greenlights New Nuclear in Bid to Cut Emissions

China’s Liaoning and Jiangsu provinces kicked off construction of four nuclear plants with a total five gigawatts of capacity on May 19.

June 9 2021

The One Percent Milestone

Just over 44% of all the EVs are in China, and about 35% are in Europe.

June 3 2021

Where Blockchain Can Help the Environment, Not Hurt It

Bitcoin's price plunge, alongside Elon Musk’s comments about its power consumption, has magnified the world’s attention on the cryptocurrency and its environmental impact. Yet blockchain technology could be very useful for a green future.

June 1 2021

How Big Investors Make Money in U.S. C&I Solar

Asset managers like Blackrock, Blackstone, Brookfield, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley are active in the U.S. commercial and industrial (C&I) solar market.

May 28 2021

Startup Innovations To Tackle Freight Decarbonization: BNEF Climate Technology White Papers

There is an urgent need to scale new climate technology innovations that can deliver equitable, economic and timely decarbonization.

May 27 2021

U.K. Green Homes Grant Reversal Halves Heat Pump Outlook

The U.K. government will not deliver the full budget initially promised to its 3 billion-pound ($4.2 billion) green stimulus program - the Green Homes Grant.

May 25 2021

Wind Power in 2020s Must Focus on Capability, Not Cost

As wind becomes the incumbent technology in many markets, it will shoulder greater power system responsibilities, and face more scrutiny over its sustainability.


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