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seekingalpha.com - HFIR - Peak Bearishness For Energy As The Onslaught Of Media Headlines Marks A Pivotal Cycle Bottom
Peak Bearishness For Energy As The Onslaught Of Media Headlines Marks A Pivotal Cycle Bottom
SeekingAlpha

Fundamentals do not determine when markets top or bottom, sentiment does. And this week's media headlines have been nothing but bearish for oil and the energy sector. What set off this bomb was BP's (NYSE: BP) renewed outlook about how global oil…

wired.com - Parag Khanna, Michael Ferrari - Geoengineering Is the Only Solution to Our Climate Calamities
Geoengineering Is the Only Solution to Our Climate Calamities
WIRED

If global warming were an extraterrestrial adversary, it would not have to fear a diplomatically unified Earth. The past decade of climate summits in Copenhagen, Bali, Cancun, and Paris have only nudged us towards the limp goal of business as usual…

billingsgazette.com - Letter to the editor: Vote Tom Woods for PSC
Letter to the editor: Vote Tom Woods for PSC
The Billings Gazette

Montanans have the right to choose where they get their energy from. NorthWestern Energy requested the Public Service Commission slash rates it pays to small solar projects to below fair market value, a request the PSC granted in 2017. This action…

reneweconomy.com.au - Giles Parkinson - W.A. puts out call to develop 1.5 gigawatt wind and solar hydrogen hub
W.A. puts out call to develop 1.5 gigawatt wind and solar hydrogen hub
Renew Economy

The West Australia government has put out a call for expressions of interest to develop a massive new 1.5GW renewable energy hydrogen hub in an industrial estate some 435kms north of Perth. The EOI was announced late on Friday by the McGowan Labor…

livemint.com - Utpal Bhaskar - Acme Solar looking to sell 4.84 GW of solar projects
Acme Solar looking to sell 4.84 GW of solar projects
mint

NEW DELHI: In what may rank among the largest green energy deals in India, Acme Solar Holdings Ltd. is looking to sell 4.84 gigawatt (GW) of solar projects, said three people aware of the development. NEW DELHI: In what may rank among the largest…

democratherald.com - Your Ecological House: Dystopia or 'solartopia?'
Your Ecological House: Dystopia or 'solartopia?'
Albany Democrat Herald

Ah, the U and the DYS. That is, our U-topic or DYS-topic future. What will it be? It seems the time has come to choose — and to act. Our current path leads to Dystopia — a future for humanity and the planet that is bleak indeed. On…

bloomberg.com - Craig Trudell - Musk's Showy Events Gin Up Hype Tesla Doesn't Always Live Up To
Musk's Showy Events Gin Up Hype Tesla Doesn't Always Live Up To
Bloomberg

The last time Elon Musk held a Tesla Inc. briefing similar to the battery day event he'll host this week, he boasted about his track record of following through on big promises. “All these things, I said we would do them, we did it,”…

telegraph.co.uk - Ambrose Evans-Pritchard - EU climate plan sets stage for an explosive rise in carbon prices
EU climate plan sets stage for an explosive rise in carbon prices
The Telegraph

Commodity traders are betting that Europe's carbon futures will soon catapult higher as Brussels drains the glut of carbon allowances on the market. Prices are likely to smash the all-time record of €30 a tonne within months, profoundly…

dailymaverick.co.za - Futuregrowth Asset Management - Business Maverick: A bold step forward for SA's energy sector
Business Maverick: A bold step forward for SA's energy sector
Daily Maverick

South Africa's energy sector took a bold step forward with the release of two papers in late 2019: the updated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP 2019); and the Roadmap for Eskom in a Reformed Electricity Supply Industry (Roadmap for Eskom). These…

expressnews.com - Andrew E. Dessler - Commentary: A climate reckoning is coming; we can address it
Commentary: A climate reckoning is coming; we can address it
San Antonio Express-News

As hurricanes churn through the Gulf and California burns, climate change is getting the political attention it deserves. And not a moment too soon. As a scientist who studies the physics of the climate system, I have looked at the data and can…

newsday.com - Newsday Readers - We can support police and still criticize some of their actions
We can support police and still criticize some of their actions
Newsday

The letter saying the Mets players were wrong for wearing NYPD hats on 9/11 after having placed a Black Lives Matter shirt on home plate prompted this reply ['9/11 observance shows a change in us,' Letters, Sept. 15]. It seems that a line has been…

afr.com - Peter Ker - BHP's Nickel West makes a date with big data
BHP's Nickel West makes a date with big data
Australian Financial Review

Future nickel discoveries on BHP's Western Australian tenements could be shared with an unlisted data analytics company after BHP hired it to use artificial intelligence to make suggestions on where the mining giant should drill. BHP is expected to…

bendbulletin.com - NICK ROSENBERGER For EO Media Group - Oregon's coal-free future: Where will power come from?
Oregon's coal-free future: Where will power come from?
The Bulletin

Every day, electricity crackles across power lines hanging over the sparsely populated counties of Umatilla, Morrow, Gilliam and Sherman that border the Columbia River. With the ongoing global climate crisis, the debate about how this electricity…

dailymail.co.uk - This 'house of parts' has a rooftop spa, wine cellar and CAR LIFT
This 'house of parts' has a rooftop spa, wine cellar and CAR LIFT
Mail Online

Clinton Cole spent two years redesigning an old fashioned 1890s terrace in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs The acclaimed architect transformed it into a spectacular four-storey home known as the 'House of Parts' Contrasting materials have been used…

nhregister.com - Luther Turmelle - Israeli company seeks to buy Oxford power plant owner
Israeli company seeks to buy Oxford power plant owner
New Haven Register

An Israeli electric generation company has signed a letter of intent to acquire a majority ownership stake in the Maryland company that owns the Towantic Energy Center power plant in Oxford. When completed, the deal with Competitive Power Ventures…

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