Is the home heating cost reduction obligation simply raising false expectations? In November Guardian Money wrote about the help on offer for replacing boilers and installing energy-efficiency measures.
* REC Silicon, Vestas, Gamesa all rise on market * IShares Clean Energy ETF also gains ground * Goldman: Paris deal most important since 1997 Kyoto accord * But some caution against rushing in to buy stocks
The landmark climate agreement introduces a broad, new international effort to wind down the fossil-fuel era, but the deal relies on countries making painful choices in how they produce and consume energy.
* FTSEurofirst down 0.7 pct * Brent sinks 3 percent * Resources and auto stocks also fall (Recasts, adds quote, detail) By Alistair Smout and Danilo Masoni LONDON/MILAN, Dec 14 (Reuters) - European shares
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Temporary power supplier Aggreko has pulled out of a tender to provide generators to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro next year, the spokesman for Rio 2016 told Reuters, in a blow
Markets LONDON/COPENHAGEN - European renewable energy stocks rallied on Monday following an agreement over the weekend at the Paris global climate summit to find ways to stop global warming. Goldman Sachs'
No, seriously. The town council of Woodland, North Carolina rejected a rezoning proposal that would have allowed the installation of a new solar farm within its borders. The council had previously approved
Changing Planet Worker’s clean solar panels for maximum efficiency at the power solar facility in Lancaster, California. Photo credit: © Dave Lauridsen for The Nature Conservancy By Lynn Scarlett, Managing
According to a new study, the increase in shale oil production coincided with a jump in support for Republican candidates in areas throughout the country where the boom occurred. Viktar Fedaseyeu of Bocconi
Moscow says it's Ankara that is in business with the Islamic State, with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's son himself buying cheap oil from the jihadists and selling it on the black market. Washington
The U.S. ban on exporting oil may not live to see its 40th birthday. There's growing momentum to kill the restriction and a deal could be reached before the end of the year as part of a broader spending
Teenager’s economics project noticed flaws in accounting a year before solar and wind power firm tries to avoid becoming Spain’s biggest bankruptcy As Spanish engineering and renewable energy giant Abengoa
Residents of this North Carolina town raised fears that a solar plant would 'suck up all the energy from the sun' A town council in the US state of North Carolina has rejected moves to erect a solar farm
The September Hajj stampede killed at least 2,411 pilgrims, a new count shows, making it the deadliest in the history of the annual pilgrimage The September Hajj stampede killed at least 2,411 pilgrims,
Rep. Steve King challenges Muslim American Congressman’s allegiance to the U.S.: “Which is superior, the Constitution or
(MSNBC) King not only targets his colleague, Rep. Keith Ellison, but also parrots an Alex Jones conspiracy theory on MSNBC December 10, 2015 6:23pm (UTC) Two weeks after his last appearance on "All In
This post has been updated with President Obama's comments. The Fix originally wrote about Thomas Jefferson and Muslims in December. Muslims are at the center of a roiling debate over religious freedom
This story has been updated. LE BOURGET, France — The Paris climate-change conference was supposed to be about the needs of big countries and what they are willing to do to slow the warming of Earth’s
The two countries also moved closer toward a nuclear deal MUMBAI—India and Japan on Saturday signed a $15 billion high-speed rail agreement and a raft of other accords to strengthen ties, as countries