Environment

Fuel prices are displayed at an Exxon Mobil Corp. gas station in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., on Wednesday, April 29, 2020. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images U.S. oil giant Exxon Mobil endured a dreadful year by virtually every measure in 2020. The Irving, Texas-based company reported four consecutive quarters of losses, incurred the biggest write-down
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Originally published on WRI’s Blog.By Devashree Saha, Tom Cyrs and Alex Rudee  The Biden administration has committed to a historically ambitious climate agenda. We can expect a profound shift in U.S. federal climate policy — from one of continued domestic rollbacks and international disengagement, to one of forward progress and cooperation. This is critical, as it is not possible to
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February 5th, 2021 by U.S. Department of Energy  Partnerships and Integrated Technologies Maximize Benefits for Grids, Consumers, and Environment Flip a switch and the lights come on. That’s what Americans expect, thanks to an electricity grid that feeds energy from renewable and traditional sources into millions of homes and businesses. The wind turbines starting to
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February 4th, 2021 by Zachary Shahan  SunPower has long been one of the largest, most influential, most popular solar power companies in the United States. In fact, its precursor was a core part of what launched the global solar industry decades ago. It is heavily focused these days on getting solar power installed on American
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February 4th, 2021 by Rocky Mountain Institute  Courtesy of RMI. Energy visionary RMI signals an evolution in its ambition and approach to mobilize transformative change at the pace required by the climate crisis. RMI, formerly known as Rocky Mountain Institute, is launching a new brand identity to mark an inflection point in its support of
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Owaki/Kulla | The Image Bank | Getty Images Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has been given the nod to supply and install turbines for the £6.5 billion (around $9 billion) East Anglia Hub, a major offshore wind development planned for waters off the east coast of England.  In a statement Tuesday, project developer Scottish Power Renewables
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