Shell is urging investors to support its current environment plan by voting yes

Despite concerns that the scheme would not go far enough to fulfill the Paris climate agreement targets, Royal Dutch Shell has encouraged investors to be able to vote for its proposal to move the company to renewable energy sources. Until its yearly shareholder meeting in May, where investors would be willing to participate in an advisory […]

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Arizona Republican legislators assume energy policy mandate amid resistance from environmentalists and public utilities

The lawmakers affiliated with the Republican Party are pushing to take over energy regulation and setting policies in the western state of Arizona. As more states in the United States scale up their renewable energy capacity at the expense of fossil fuels, the Governor of Arizona and the legislature are opposed to the strategy. Arizona […]

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Biden is faced with a difficult decision over a battery facility in Georgia

President Joe Biden‘s groundbreaking electric vehicle initiative has hit a major stumbling block in the form of US trade legislation, requiring him to pick between swing-state employment as well as American intellectual property laws that have been under fire since the Covid-19 pandemic. In its current infrastructure agenda, the White House set out priorities for […]

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UK universities are planning to venture into wave power technology

Various UK universities are participating in the new projects exploring and testing new wave energy technologies. This study is under the financial support of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), which is part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), which offered £7.5 million. The projects will establish the UK’s marine wave energy exploits […]

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SG passes a resolution in support of complete renewables’ use in Universities by 2040

For the planet to completely clean the environment, all the sectors must cooperate to achieve the net-zero target. Recently, the University education levels have joined the battle for a cleaner planet safe for all to live. This move represents another step forward closer to a carbon-free world. The SG (Student Government) senate passed a resolution […]

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EV SPAC Spawns 3000 percent profit for Russian Billionaire

Denis Sverdlov, a retired Russian deputy prime minister, became wealthy by earning from a telecom startup after shifting his electric vehicles’ attention. In 2015, he launched Arrival Ltd. In 2019, Denis had already earned $450 million from the truck and bus manufacturing industry through an investment company. In November of the same year, Denis merged […]

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Eni and CDP Equity plans to develop renewable energy assets in Italy

The world of renewable energy sources is the place to invest in now and in the future. Why is that? For months, business experts claim that this industry will take businesses to a higher level while it slowly kills oil companies. About a decade ago, climate organizations and environment-conscious bodies, after a well-researched study, spoke […]

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Singapore decides to embrace electric vehicles despite hesitating for about two years

When almost every other country in the world prioritized transitioning to electric vehicles, Singapore decided to take the back seat. It did nothing much to encourage the adoption of the latest technology. However, its stand has changed after about two years, and it is ready to push for the same. Last week, its transport minister […]

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The $1Trillion electric vehicles boom is getting started

A considerable share of carmakers are moving to the electric vehicles sector, and if you watch out on market trends, you would understand the reason. If not, then EVs are the clean energy projects in the transport sector. As the energy sector focuses on renewable energy, the transport sector is venturing into electric cars. Why […]

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Southern Australia halts the introduction of road tax targeting EV users

In November 2020, the government of Southern Australia (SA) announced an introduction of a road tax to all-electric vehicle (EV) users through the region’s treasurer. It was a move to equitably distribute tax responsibilities among motorists since other gasoline users paid a similar tax. In recent developments, the administration has delayed this by-law which was […]

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