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[GreenBiz publishes a range of perspectives on the transition to a clean economy. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the position of GreenBiz.] Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and ongoing disruptions to global energy markets underscore the urgency of accelerating the transition to renewable energy. Renewable power sources such as wind and
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OPEC+’s plans to cut oil production is a “mistake,” according to U.S. Senator Chris Murphy, who said there needs to be a re-evaluation of the alliance between the group’s de-facto leader and the United States. The influential alliance of some of the world’s most powerful oil producers is reportedly considering its largest output cut since
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After ushering in an inspired new era for the city of Oakland, California’s transportation policies, outgoing Mayor Libby Schaaf has some advice for how cities can be more innovative and entrepreneurial. “Don’t freak out, listen and experiment,” she suggested to city leaders and policymakers in front of an audience of mobility entrepreneurs at the Micromobility
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Reprinted from GreenBuzz, a free weekly newsletter. Subscribe here. So, you want your company to be seen as sustainable? Great! You’re part of a growing movement. Appearing to be sustainable has become a priority inside many of the world’s largest companies. And companies that get really good at appearing sustainable are commonly referred to as
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Each quarter Wood Mackenzie and the American Clean Power Association (ACP) gather data on U.S. energy storage deployments, prices, policies, regulations, and business models. We compile this information to create the most comprehensive, timely analysis of energy storage in the U.S. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights from the latest report. The
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Capturing carbon from the atmosphere is quickly becoming a popular venture. The sector skyrocketed in 2022 as the top emerging segment of climate tech funding, and the Inflation Reduction Act passed earlier this year increased the financial compensation for every ton of carbon captured in the U.S. But Icelandic company Carbfix has been capturing and