Energy

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Billionaire investor Křetínský and trader Vitol eye fortune in British power plant subsidies
Exclusive: Looming auction to earmark £1.5bn to put power generators on standby and keep the lights on

Alex Lawson Energy correspondent

05, Feb, 2023 @4:00 PM

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Labor urged to halve $8bn a year in fuel tax credits for trucks and heavy vehicles
Reforming scheme would shrink budget deficit and help Australia hit net zero emissions by 2050, Grattan Institute says

Elias Visontay Transport and urban affairs reporter

05, Feb, 2023 @10:00 AM

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In the global race to dominate green technology, Britain is still tying its shoelaces
As the US, China and now the EU compete for the fruits of the green economy, the UK is hamstrung by Tory dogma, dither and delay

Andrew Rawnsley

05, Feb, 2023 @9:00 AM

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Teals and other NSW independents seek to kill controversial Pep-11 gas permit
Exclusive: Candidates hoping to hold the balance of power to push for state-level development bans

Tamsin Rose

03, Feb, 2023 @2:00 PM

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Joe Biden’s green subsidies have left Europe struggling for a response | Lorenzo Marsili
The EU needs an ambitious climate strategy for industry. So why is Giorgia Meloni its chief supporter?

Lorenzo Marsili

03, Feb, 2023 @12:00 PM

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The man in charge of how the US spends $400bn to shift away from fossil fuels
The Department of Energy’s loan programs office was ‘essentially dormant’, says Jigar Shah, its head – but now it’s ready to bankroll clean energy projects

Oliver Milman

03, Feb, 2023 @9:00 AM

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From the archive: Where oil rigs go to die – podcast
This week, from 2017: When a drilling platform is scheduled for destruction, it must go on a thousand-mile final journey to the breaker’s yard. As one rig proved when it crashed on to the rocks of a remote Scottish island, this is always a risky business

Written by Tom Lamont, read by Andrew McGregor, originally produced by Simon Barnard with additions and scoring by Hattie Moir. The executive producer was Ellie Bury

03, Feb, 2023 @5:00 AM

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How Putin’s plans to blackmail Europe over gas supply failed
Within eight months of Russia invading Ukraine, the EU’s 27 states had replaced about 80% of the natural gas they used to get from Moscow

Philip Oltermann in Berlin, Jon Henley and Angelique Chrisafis in Paris, Sam Jones in Madrid and Shaun Walker in Budapest

03, Feb, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Shell’s lack of ambition is maddening: it’s time to speed up transition to renewables
Even on the company’s broader metric, the greener stuff came out at only one-third of total expenditure

Nils Pratley

02, Feb, 2023 @7:30 PM

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Sizewell C nuclear plant will not harm the nature reserve next to it | Letter
Letter: Julia Pyke says the project is not ‘on top of’ the RSPB wetland reserve, and there will not take any land from it

02, Feb, 2023 @6:28 PM

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How to get rid of a wood-burning stove
Removal requires someone with experience, or you may be able to convert it into a less polluting appliance

Helena Horton Environment reporter

02, Feb, 2023 @12:28 PM

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Nearly 14,000 Nigerians take Shell to court over devastating impact of pollution
People from Niger delta areas of Ogale and Bille seeking justice in London’s high court

Sandra Laville

02, Feb, 2023 @6:01 AM

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