September 14th, 2019 | by Saurabh
Welcome to the inaugural issue of our new India x Cleantech series! On a monthly basis, we will pull news from across clean technology sectors in India into a single, concise summary article. Ongoing, this series will find a home over on CleanTechnica's “Future Trends” page. Without further ado, here are this month's highlights from India x Cleantech
September 13th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
A North State Journal article on Duke Energy and solar was an anti-renewables PR hit piece funded by anti-renewables fossil fuel industry money in an outlet that is a right-wing broadsheet that pretends to have journalist standards. Yet it pretended to be otherwise. That’s the anti-renewables disinformation campaign in a nutshell
September 8th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
Warren's climate plan is a progressive patriot's dream plan. Unions, supply management, the moonshot and WWII are all present. And jobs. Lots of jobs
September 3rd, 2019 | by Steve Hanley
As of September 1, Exxon in no longer in the Top 10 of the S&P 500 and its weight in the index has slipped from 5% to just 1%. Oh, how the mighty have fallen!
September 1st, 2019 | by Winter Wilson
In this episode of our CleanTech Talk podcast interview series, Zach Shahan sits down with Nathaniel Rich, novelist, essayist, and writer at large for the New York Times Magazine. Together, they discuss Nathaniel’s new book, Losing Earth: A Recent History, detailing the history of public climate change understanding and the larger, unaddressed issues and moral questions arising from the climate crisis
August 27th, 2019 | by Barry A.F.
I suspect, being a progressive bunch, at least a few of us are Star Trek fans. Climate denial is mostly funded by oil company greed, and oil company actions are meant to maximize their profits. So, the idea of this series of short (somewhat satirical) articles is that climate change denial will be analyzed under the lens of each stated rule, how it applies, and what we should consider for our strategies to achieve climate victory over oil company greed
August 21st, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
Canada subsidizes fossil fuels to the amount of $2.5, $4.7 or $34 billion every year, depending on what is included in the accounting
August 20th, 2019 | by Michael Barnard
In 2022, new wind energy will get zero financial assistance of any kind and new solar will get very little, while fossil fuels will continue to get $4.6 billion annually in the best possible accounting, $27.4 billion in a reasonable accounting and $649 billion in a full accounting including negative externalities
August 15th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley
Researchers at Cornell are able to prove that much of the increased methane in the atmosphere comes from fracking operations. Now that we know, what will we do about it?
August 10th, 2019 | by Tina Casey
Natural gas stakeholders are riding high but coal suffered another body blow last week in Pennsylvania, the nation's #3 coal producing state
July 28th, 2019 | by Barry A.F.
I suspect, being a progressive bunch, at least a few of us are Star Trek fans. Climate denial is mostly funded by oil company greed and oil company actions are meant to maximize their profits. So, the idea of this series of short (somewhat satirical) articles is that climate change denial will be analyzed under the lens of each stated rule, how it applies, and what we should consider for our strategies to achieve climate victory over oil company greed
July 26th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley
A draft proposal circulating through the boardroom of the European Investment Bank recommends terminating all further investments in fossil fuels effective 1/1/2021. The bank currently provides about $3 billion a year in financing for the fossil fuel industry.
July 22nd, 2019 | by Mridul Chadha
Renewable energy technologies, especially wind and solar power, continued to lead all other technologies in new capacity added in the first half of
July 20th, 2019 | by Tina Casey
While New York State signs the biggest offshore wind deal in US history, more signs of trouble loom on the horizon for coal and natural gas power plants
July 18th, 2019 | by Tina Casey
Add the building electrification movement to the mounting pile of difficulties piled onto the plate of stakeholders in the US natural gas industry
July 16th, 2019 | by Tina Casey
Natural gas is booming, but a new pilot project for biogas renewable energy certificates is yet another sign that the boom is about to bust
July 12th, 2019 | by Tina Casey
Everybody loves a winner, which could explain why clean coal did not merit a single mention in the President's laundry list of environmental achievements
July 8th, 2019 | by Joshua S Hill
Two of Britain's leading professional associations --- the Royal Society of Arts and the Royal College of Emergency Medicine --- announced last week to mark the first-ever London Climate Action Week that they will completely divest from fossil fuel investments.