How electricity could become a tradeable commodity
Could electricity become an easily tradeable commodity that countries could exchange in real time? Progress is being made towards building an EU grid that would eliminate geographical constraints and distribute energy around the continent. Here’s ...
We end Q3 this week and prepare for Q4 by looking at the current macro markets—there is a lot of reshuffling happening around energy and industrials. Countries want to control supply chain led inflation—especially China—and ...
How Japan could spark up the global hydrogen market
Hydrogen was always dismissed for its high cost and inconvenience. But Japan could be the country that shakes the status quo, starting up a fire that might spark a movement on the entire planet. Here is the ...
A small fund beats ExxonMobil, a big step in the fight for the environment
Swords were drawn, shield collapsed: a dramatic boardroom battle happened on Wednesday at ExxonMobil. And the oil giant lost to a tiny hedge fund, which successfully placed two new ESG candidates on Exxon’s board.
Carbon capture: why ESG investing and oil stocks are compatible
As more and more companies are pledging to reduce their carbon footprint, there is a new solution on the market: emulating trees in the air with a chemical reaction to capture carbon dioxide and ground it.
Cheaper and cleaner energy with smaller nuclear reactors
Creating energy with smaller nuclear plants the size of a garbage can? That is what the small modular reactor (SMR) technology offers. But what are SMRs and what are their advantages over conventional nuclear power plants?
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