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John Sodergreen Wants enelyst to be the CNBC of Chat

John Sodergreen Wants enelyst to be the CNBC of Chat

Scudder Publishing’s John Sodergreen is trying to create the CNBC of chat in order to attract chat-native energy-focused traders to his enelyst platform. “Enelyst” comes from a combination of energy and analyst.Sodergreen claims enelyst is the...

Environmental Energy: Business To Be Key Driver Of Global Climate Action, Reports CDP; India gets $1 billion loan from World Bank for solar mission; Americans’ taste for Mexican beer sucking up water supply, mayor says.

Environmental Energy: Business To Be Key Driver Of Global Climate Action, Reports CDP; India gets $1 billion loan from World Bank for solar mission; Americans’ taste for Mexican beer sucking up water supply, mayor says.

Summary In this last edition of Environmental Energy in this format, a new report has concluded that business will be in a position by 2030 to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 3.7 billion metric tons, and be a key driver of global climate action. Also, in the Power...

Environmental Energy: Why an E.U. without Britain is bad news for the fight against climate change; Solar Power to Grow Sixfold as Sun Becoming Cheapest Resource; China Signals Coal-Capacity Cut Equal to 7.5% of Output in 2015.

Environmental Energy: Why an E.U. without Britain is bad news for the fight against climate change; Solar Power to Grow Sixfold as Sun Becoming Cheapest Resource; China Signals Coal-Capacity Cut Equal to 7.5% of Output in 2015.

SummaryIn today's edition, learn why an E.U. without Britain is bad news for the fight against climate change, and also, how solar power is to grow sixfold as sun is becoming the cheapest resource. Finally, in the Natural gas / coal section, learn  why China says it’s...

Environmental Energy: Why the GOP is trying to stop the Pentagon’s climate plan; Business & Climate Summit Will Accelerate The Change Companies Helped Shape in Paris; Dutch prototype clean-up boom brings Pacific plastics solution a step closer.

Environmental Energy: Why the GOP is trying to stop the Pentagon’s climate plan; Business & Climate Summit Will Accelerate The Change Companies Helped Shape in Paris; Dutch prototype clean-up boom brings Pacific plastics solution a step closer.

SummaryIn today's edition, find out why the GOP is trying to stop the Pentagon's climate plan. Also, find out how the business community played a crucial role in securing the historic Paris Agreement, by convincing negotiators and governments that if they were...

Environmental Energy: The Paris climate agreement needs coordinated carbon prices to be successful; Nissan develops e-bio fuel cells for 2020; One Way to Solve Fracking’s Water Problem: Don’t Use Water.

Environmental Energy: The Paris climate agreement needs coordinated carbon prices to be successful; Nissan develops e-bio fuel cells for 2020; One Way to Solve Fracking’s Water Problem: Don’t Use Water.

SummaryIn today's edition, the Paris climate agreement needs coordinated carbon prices to be successful, an expert says. Also, in the Clean tech section, Nissan develops e-bio fuel cells for 2020. And in the Water section, learn how to solve fracking’s water problem:...

Environmental Energy: Siemens, Gamesa to form biggest wind power firm; Why Cox Is Investing $25 Million in Cleantech Companies and How to Get in on the Action; China’s plan to cut meat consumption by 50% cheered by climate campaigners.

Environmental Energy: Siemens, Gamesa to form biggest wind power firm; Why Cox Is Investing $25 Million in Cleantech Companies and How to Get in on the Action; China’s plan to cut meat consumption by 50% cheered by climate campaigners.

SummaryNow that we are back, you will find, in today's edition, some news about Siemens and Gamesa, which are to form biggest wind power firm. Also, find out why Cox is investing $25 Million in Cleantech Companies. Finally, in the Carbon section, find out...

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The Day Coronavirus Nearly Broke the Financial Markets

The Day Coronavirus Nearly Broke the Financial Markets

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff The Streetwise Professor's latest blog post is titled "Whoops! WTI Didn't Do It Again, or, Lightning Strikes Once" and gives his take on the expiration of the June WTI contract and the current state of the oil market. It is...

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