From Meatballs to Renewables: IKEA launches clean energy subscription service in Sweden

From Meatballs to Renewables: IKEA launches clean energy subscription service in Sweden

By Christy Gren - Aug 18, 2021

Customers with IKEA solar panels will now be able to avail the Swedish retail giant’s clean energy subscription service.

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Top 6 Energy Dividend Stocks to include in your portfolio

Top 6 Energy Dividend Stocks to include in your portfolio

By Christy Gren - Aug 02, 2021

The entire energy sector yield hovers around 4%, according to the Energy Select Sector SPDR exchange-traded fund.

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Australia's Bowen Basin producing 47% more methane than global average

Australia's Bowen Basin producing 47% more methane than global average

By Christy Gren - Jul 10, 2021

A study done by the energy industry consultancy group Kayrros says Australia’s coal-producing region Bowen Basis emits methane equivalent to the greenhouse gas effect of 30 milli

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More fund managers join net-zero initiative formed to stem climate change

More fund managers join net-zero initiative formed to stem climate change

By Anna Domanska - Jul 08, 2021

A slew of big investment management companies has joined the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative launched last December. Now, almost $3 trillion in assets, almost half of the world

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Chevron ready to divest $1billion worth of oil assets in Permian Basin

Chevron ready to divest $1billion worth of oil assets in Permian Basin

By Anna Domanska - Jul 02, 2021

Chevron Corp, the multinational energy company, is planning to sell its old and gas fields valued at more than a billion dollars in the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico, the c

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Ikea and Rockefeller Foundations to raise $10 billion for renewable energy projects in poor countries

Ikea and Rockefeller Foundations to raise $10 billion for renewable energy projects in poor countries

By Anna Domanska - Jun 21, 2021

The Ikea and Rockefeller foundations are jointly launching a $10 billion fund to promote small-scale renewable power projects in developing nations. Both

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Why Bill Gates’ TerraPower chose Wyoming for the Natrium reactor project

Why Bill Gates’ TerraPower chose Wyoming for the Natrium reactor project

By Anna Domanska - Jun 03, 2021

Wyoming will join forces with Bill Gates’ TerraPower LLC to house the first Natrium reactor, a move proponents hope will help diversify the state’s economy while accelerating t

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Germany adopts new law to hasten the end of coal plants

Germany adopts new law to hasten the end of coal plants

By Anna Domanska - May 19, 2021

A new climate law adopted by Germany requires that all coal-fired power plants be shut down before the promulgated 2038 deadline. In January 2020, the German government had negotia

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US solar energy sector sees 7% drop in jobs

US solar energy sector sees 7% drop in jobs

By Anna Domanska - May 10, 2021

The U.S. solar industry witnessed a 7% cut in jobs due to the coronavirus and increasing use of labor-saving tech in the industry, according to an industry report. Job decline is n

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