Germany’s Renewable Energy Isn’t Reducing Greenhouse Emissions

The Federal Republic of Germany currently has an estimated population of 82.37 million people. In 2018, Germany’s power plants used…

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Is “Big Oil” Getting Greener?

The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) is an organization of thirteen of the world’s largest oil and gas companies.…

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Volkswagen Invades China

Volkswagen (VW) is an automaker, headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany. VW is a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group, which is the…

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Portugal’s Floating Offshore Wind Farm

The European Investment Bank EIB) has announced plans to provide a US $69 million loan to construct a floating wind…

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Spain’s Energy Programs

The government of the Kingdom of Spain plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy efficiencies. The government’s programs…

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United Kingdom – Wind Energy Passes Nuclear Energy

For the first time in the United Kingdom, wind has contributed more energy for the nation than nuclear power. In…

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Netherland’s New Offshore Wind Farm

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy and Van Oord have been awarded a contract to build an offshore wind farm on the…

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Norway’s Next Wind Farm

ENGIE and SUSI Partners AG have signed a 25 year power purchase agreement (PPA) to sell power from the onshore…

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Is Big Oil Rebranding Or Changing Direction?

On May 15, 2018, Statoil formerly changed the company’s name to Equinor ASA. In 2017, Statoil headquartered in Stavanger, Norway…

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