Top news of the week: 05.05.2020.

Alternative energy, Energy development, Solar power, World energy resources and consumption, Renewable energy, Higher heating value

Future Of Energy

On Apr 30, 2020
@SEIA shared
As #COVID19 causes tax equity markets to dry up, Congress can make this simple modification to the #solar ITC to keep projects moving and #SaveSolarJobs: https://t.co/ndsOqNbaBi
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Opinion: A No-Cost Way to Save US Clean Energy Jobs During the Crisis

Opinion: A No-Cost Way to Save US Clean Energy Jobs During the Crisis

There’s no reason federal support for clean energy has to be funneled through the tax equity market, writes AEE’s Nat Kreamer.

On May 1, 2020
@cleantechnica shared
Shell Has A Bigger Clean Energy Plan Than You Think (#CleanTechnica Interview) https://t.co/nTzJOjnFmr
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Shell Has A Bigger Clean Energy Plan Than You Think (#CleanTechnica Interview)

Shell Has A Bigger Clean Energy Plan Than You Think (#CleanTechnica Interview)

Shell's clean energy transition plan is going to wallop other oil and gas stakeholders, with an assist from the US National Renewable Energy Lab.

On May 1, 2020
@greentechmedia shared
RT @ChloeHolden7: A new GTM Clean Energy Careers piece is out today! Great work by @lcher090 (cc @greentechmedia) https://t.co/AeeqIYmIGq
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What’s It Like to Be a Lawyer at an Environmental Nonprofit?

What’s It Like to Be a Lawyer at an Environmental Nonprofit?

Clean Energy Careers: In this Greentech Media series, we’re asking people with cleantech jobs to tell us what they really do all day.

On Apr 30, 2020
@greentechmedia shared
RT @jparnell_gtm: While @Shell cutting its dividend is a big story...what it & @BP_plc aren't cutting is just as interesting https://t.co/uJQMKzrrwM
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Shell and BP Slash Spending but Renewables Largely Spared

Shell and BP Slash Spending but Renewables Largely Spared

BP and Shell keep low carbon budgets largely intact, even in face of the latter's historic dividend cut.

On Apr 30, 2020
@IEABirol shared
Coal is set for the largest decline since WWII alongside sharp reductions for oil & gas. Nuclear power is less affected, while renewables are the only energy source on the rise in 2020, thanks to priority access to grids & low operating costs. Read more: https://t.co/Ns4Ckw1mVm https://t.co/OZbIiYQzSa
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Global energy demand to plunge this year as a result of the biggest shock since the Second World War

Global energy demand to plunge this year as a result of the biggest shock since the Second World War

New IEA report provides almost real-time picture of impact of Covid-19 crisis in 2020 across all major fuels, including coal, oil, gas, renewables and electricity – as well as carbon ...

On May 5, 2020
@cleantechnica shared
IKEA Put 1 Million Solar Panels On 370 Stores In 2019 https://t.co/0VSQPPQBfG
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IKEA Put 1 Million Solar Panels On 370 Stores In 2019

IKEA Put 1 Million Solar Panels On 370 Stores In 2019

In 2019, IKEA invested $2.8 billion in renewable energy infrastructure. IKEA put 1 million solar panels on 370 0f its stores and warehouses, and also built 535 wind turbines and 2 solar ...