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Inside Clean Energy: Biden’s Oil Industry Comments Were Not a Political Misstep

On Oct 29, 2020
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RT @insideclimate: Despite President Trump and others treating the moment like a slip up, Joe Biden saying he would transition the U.S. toward renewable energy during the presidential debate was no political gaffe. The latest Inside Clean Energy by @DanGearino: https://t.co/2jVnLPFE6l
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Republicans thought they could use the Democratic candidate’s remarks to scare voters in states like Texas and Pennsylvania. Surveys suggest they were wrong.

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On Oct 29, 2020
@NobleIdeas shared
RT @insideclimate: Despite President Trump and others treating the moment like a slip up, Joe Biden saying he would transition the U.S. toward renewable energy during the presidential debate was no political gaffe. The latest Inside Clean Energy by @DanGearino: https://t.co/2jVnLPFE6l
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Inside Clean Energy: Biden’s Oil Industry Comments Were Not a Political Misstep

Inside Clean Energy: Biden’s Oil Industry Comments Were Not a Political Misstep

Republicans thought they could use the Democratic candidate’s remarks to scare voters in states like Texas and Pennsylvania. Surveys suggest they were wrong.

Clean Energy Is Surging, but Not Fast Enough to Solve Global Warming

Clean Energy Is Surging, but Not Fast Enough to Solve Global Warming

The International Energy Agency said renewables were poised to surpass coal by 2040. But more is still needed to stop climate change.

Nine Energy Stories Will Drive 2019 -- Many Of Which Will Be Powered By Trump

Nine Energy Stories Will Drive 2019 -- Many Of Which Will Be Powered By Trump

The year’s top stories were powered by the president, who disavows climate change and who commits himself to resurrecting coal. But clean energy technologies, like battery storage, wind ...

Global coal use may have peaked in 2014, says latest IEA World Energy Outlook

Global coal use may have peaked in 2014, says latest IEA World Energy Outlook

The world may never again use as much coal as it did during a peak in 2014, according to the latest World Energy Outlook from the International Energy Agency (IEA). But growing oil and gas ...

Climate Politics/Capitol Light (25)

Climate Politics/Capitol Light (25)

Deadline for ozone review might slip — EPA will take shortcuts to meet an accelerated timetable for completion of the latest review of its ground-level ozone standards but could still miss ...

The 2020 Democratic Primary: GTM’s Definitive Climate and Energy Guide

The 2020 Democratic Primary: GTM’s Definitive Climate and Energy Guide

Which 2020 presidential candidates support the Green New Deal? An expansion of nuclear energy? A phase out of fossil fuels? GTM has you covered.

How to do clean energy innovation right

How to do clean energy innovation right

A detailed road map for building a US energy innovation ecosystem.

New Mexico’s Energy Future

New Mexico’s Energy Future

Download the Brief The Issue In October 2018, the CSIS Energy and National Security Program and Sandia National Laboratories cohosted a workshop in Albuquerque, New Mexico with government, ...

Murray Energy bankruptcy still casts shadow on coal’s economic viability

Murray Energy bankruptcy still casts shadow on coal’s economic viability

Latest developments don’t resolve ongoing market problems for coal.

7 ways to speed up Southeast Asia’s switch to renewable energy

7 ways to speed up Southeast Asia’s switch to renewable energy

In one of the world's sunniest regions, coal is still king. How can Southeast Asia make the transition to clean energy? Eco-Business asked the experts.

3 new IEA reports provide fresh insights into Southeast Asia’s energy future

3 new IEA reports provide fresh insights into Southeast Asia’s energy future

Highlighting deepening IEA engagement with key Southeast Asian countries, new studies examine the region’s energy outlook, its integration of renewables and the future of cooling

Liebreich: Peak Emissions Are Closer Than You Think – and Here’s Why

Liebreich: Peak Emissions Are Closer Than You Think – and Here’s Why

So here we are, standing on the threshold of a new decade. It will be, to paraphrase Winston Churchill, a decade of consequences. Play it right, and we have a chance of avoiding the worst ...

Is the COVID-19 pandemic good news or bad news for renewable energy?

Is the COVID-19 pandemic good news or bad news for renewable energy?

More than 594,000 in the sector unemployed, but positive signs remain

Carbon Crossroads: Can Germany Revive Its Stalled Energy Transition?

Carbon Crossroads: Can Germany Revive Its Stalled Energy Transition?

Although Germany has been a global leader in moving to decarbonize its massive economy, the country's ambitious clean-energy transformation is faltering. Now, a broad spectrum of energy ...