Australia to achieve 50% renewables by 2030 without government intervention, analysis finds
June 14, 2019

RepuTex modelling suggests surge in state schemes and rooftop solar will reduce wholesale prices, making gas- and coal-fired power less competitive

Australia is on track to achieve 50% renewable electricity by 2030 even without new federal energy policies, according to Continue reading

Innowatts raises $18 million for its energy monitoring toolkit for utilities
June 8, 2019

Innowatts, an automated toolkit for energy monitoring and management targeting utilities, has raised $18.2 million in a new round of funding from investors led by Energy Impact Partners .

Previous investors Shell Ventures, Iberdrola and Energy and Environment Investment participated Continue reading

With its Greenlots acquisition, Shell is moving from gas stations to charging stations
February 12, 2019

In a bid to show that it’s getting ready for the electrification of American roads, Royal Dutch Shell is buying Greenlots, a Los Angeles-based developer of electric vehicle charging and energy management technologies.

Shell, which is making the acquisition Continue reading

Fall of the ‘Frack Master’: apostle who briefed parliament lands in Texas jail
September 9, 2018

MPs and outlets including the Guardian listened to Chris Faulkner on fracking. He is now under arrest for fraud

The self-appointed evangelist of the Texas fracking boom launched into a jargon-laced monologue, prompting the chairman of the UK parliaments Continue reading

America spends over $20bn per year on fossil fuel subsidies. Abolish them | Dana Nuccitelli
August 16, 2018

Dana Nuccitelli: While we need to leave fossil fuels in the ground, America is giving the fossil fuel industry billions to extract more

Imagine that instead of taxing cigarettes, America subsidized the tobacco industry in order to make each pack Continue reading

Whos defending Canadas national interest? First Nations facing down a pipeline | Martin Lukacs
April 24, 2018

Justin Trudeau is bailing out a Texas oil billionaire. He should be bailing out Canadas workers and the climate.

Last Saturday, Indigenous leaders stood arm-in-arm in front of the gates of Kinder Morgans pipeline worksite in Burnaby, British Columbia.

For Continue reading