oil well
Environmentalists and the state governments have been fighting to get abandoned oil wells plugged for decades without avail. Although the situation has improved in recent years, thanks to improved efforts by oil and gas companies and both state and federal funding, there continues to be an abundance of oil wells across the...
writing notes at a climate conference
Just like in 2023, the 28th Conference of Parties (COP28) has wrapped up. This year’s summit represented a pivotal moment for the energy transition. Naturally, the world’s largest climate conference was crammed with critical discussions on the state of climate, industry, energy, and the impact of global emissions.  Now that...
grocery shopping
Heading into the election year, President Biden has gone on a parade of boasting about the supposed upturn in the economy. The 81-year-old president claims inflation and unemployment are down while predicting lower interest rates in the near future. Meanwhile, Americans are not as optimistic about economic growth leading...
green solar energy
Over the last three years, the Biden administration has strived to introduce strong climate policies and accelerate the U.S. green transition. This began with the initial banning of new oil and gas leases and continued with the introduction of a range of favorable climate policies. While the U.S. is still a major...
microchip
As part of its aim to compete with China’s global green energy and clean technology dominance, the U.S. government has big plans for the future of American microchip manufacturing. Public and private spending in the sector has increased significantly over the last year and a half, while Biden looks to strengthen...
Shipping giant Maersk announced they would implement a shipping freeze in their trade routes in the Red Sea due to a high seas attack from Yemen-based Houthi militants. Despite the best efforts in the volatile Red Sea, the Israeli-Hamas conflict has spilled over to impact global trade, inflation, and...
power plant japan
On January 1st, a massive 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck a remote Japanese peninsula, causing a wave of devastation along the northwestern coast. In the wake of this disaster, a grim outlook overtook Japan’s recent resurging nuclear activity. While the aftermath and reparations take place, the Japanese people seem less...
abandoned housing, low income housing, chicago
As part of the Biden administration’s aim to accelerate the green transition in the U.S., the government is striving to support disadvantaged communities and spur economic growth. While traditional energy operations have mainly taken place in a select few hubs – centered around access to oil, gas and coal...
wind energy
While the rest of the world is struggling to develop its wind capacity in the face of supply chain disruptions and rising material costs, the U.S. has big plans for the development of its wind energy sector. However, several challenges stand in the way of the U.S. achieving its...
tesla charging station

Will EV Sales Pick Back Up?

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Automakers are betting big on electric vehicles (EVs), backed by government pledges to phase out the sale of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles in favour of the less polluting EVs. And demand has been rapidly increasing as the market becomes more competitive, making EVs more affordable. However, there has...