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Prices for “Green” Metals Rise Sharply

Metals used for green technologies have been rising sharply again in recent years. Lithium, nickel, tin, silver, copper, cobalt, or manganese are facing an ever-increasing demand. Political decision-makers see the focus for the future all together on the development of…

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High Electricity Prices Make EV Sentiment Wobbly

Energy prices will remain at a high level in 2022, giving consumers a reason to think about whether they should still turn on the heating or not. The fact is that energy prices have risen significantly in almost all parts…

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EU Members Fight Against Green Label for Natural Gas

Four EU members, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, and Denmark, want to make a last attempt to prevent the inclusion of natural gas in the EU taxonomy. In a letter to Commissioner Mairead McGuinness, the four countries’ energy ministers wrote: “The…

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Twin Defeats for Climate Change Advocates in 2022

At last year’s climate conference, France and Japan both advocated a rapid phase-out of fossil fuels. Both want to follow the ambitious plans of decarbonization and convert their countries from so-called clean energies. But for the start of 2022, both…

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What if Bitcoin is Greener than You Think?

Debates and measures on climate change and energy reduction are likely to be at the forefront of issues in 2021. In particular, the shift in energy production from fossil fuels like coal to so-called green alternatives like wind or solar…

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The UK Invests $13 Billion in Green Projects

“Green is good,” said British Prime Minister Johnson to encourage climate investment. The United Kingdom announces nearly 10 billion pounds ($13.72 billion) in private investment in green projects. It hosted the London Investment Summit, which was attended by 200 of…

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