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Three Reasons Why the Green Party Is Set to Dominate German Energy Policy

With the COVID-19 pandemic currently dominating the public discourse and political decision making, it appears that the climate debate has somewhat become less prominent on the public agenda. However, this does not mean that green issues have become less relevant....
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How Multinationals Can Contribute to China’s Energy Revolution

China’s reliance on non-renewable energy sources has long been a subject of heavy international criticism. However, over the past decade, the country’s policies reflect a shift in government priorities to greener and more sustainable development practices....
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2020 Trends and the Future of Energy

Corporations in all sectors are facing massive changes in energy sources. While thinking about the means and ways of reducing their CO2 footprint, they must also try to secure a reliable and economical supply of power and heat....
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What Executives of Energy Companies Need to Consider

As climate issues are on top of the European and international agendas, energy company executives need to rethink their current approach and consider creating corporate models that meet the needs of a growing population in diverse economies in a sustainable way....
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The UK’s Net-Zero Emissions Pledge Promises Opportunity

It has been almost nine months since the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published its landmark report on global warming. The report shook the world with its warnings about the need to immediately cut carbon emissions or risk global catastrophe....
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Goodbye German Coal

Last week, all eyes were on Germany, which outlined its path towards a coal-free future: The instated Commission, consisting of industry representatives, trade association members, environmental group advocates, representatives of the German coal states and scientists, presented its final 330-page report, setting lignite and hard coal an end date by 2038 the latest....
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Is the EU's Energy Union on Track?

Europe's energy transition is certainly well underway, but has the progress on bringing the Energy Union project to life been fast enough? ...
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Paris Post Trump

In Brussels, the EU capital that Trump once referred to as a hellhole, the president’s decision to ditch the Paris climate agreement is met with outcry, but also with determination....
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Industry: We can be a lot More Efficient on Energy

The recent European Commission Clean Energy jumbo package, and more specifically the Energy Efficiency Directive component thereof, was the topic of an APCO Forum debate in Brussels....
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