Solar weekend: China solar market looks promising for 2018

World’s Energy Giants Flock to Latin American Renewables Market Vanessa Dezem and Mark Chediak | March 15, 2018 Latin America’s booming clean energy market is attracting the world’s energy giants, which are driving down prices and squeezing out the little guys. Read more » Norway’s Statoil Embraces Broader Energy Future …

World Water Day 2018

“Ethical Markets, in recognition of World Water Day is covering water issues and investments in our next Green Transition Scoreboard® for 2018 “CAPTURING CO2 WHILE IMPROVING HUMAN NUTRITION AND HEALTH”, for release in April.  We cover needed new directions in utilizing the planet’s 97% saltwater which can be used for …

Lessons to further your utility’s clean energy future efforts.

2018 SEPA UTILITY CONFERENCE Smart Energy. Practically Applied. It’s more than SEPA’s Utility Conference tagline, it’s the influence and purpose for this unique annual gathering and why year after year, attendees keep returning. From highly interactive sessions, to hands-on workshops and ample networking opportunities, this is where utilities teach utilities and you build …

Solar weekend: Legal pushback on solar tariffs

SOLAR ENERGY NEWS Solar Market Updates Legal Pushback Takes Shape on Trump’s Solar Tariffs Jennifer Delony | February 13, 2018 Countries and entities negatively affected by solar tariffs set by the Trump Administration in January on imports of crystalline silicon PV cells are beginning to seek redress… Read more » …

Storage news: Maryland launches storage tax credit pilot

Mix of Solar and Batteries Is Beating Natural Gas Chris Martin and Mark Chediak | February 13, 2018 Natural gas is getting edged out of power markets across the U.S. by two energy sources that, together, are proving to be an unbeatable mix: solar and batteries. Read more » From …

Visualising the carbon budget. Check out our latest animation and blogs.

Carbon Budgets Explained What lies beneath Carbon Budgets? Our latest paper Carbon Budgets Explained, takes a look in to how and why we determine the carbon budget, and what lies beneath the different  2°C budgets published by different institutions. The paper explains how the likelihood of a certain temperature outcome used, and …