Author: Alessandro Vitelli
Carbon permits: The burning issue
23 November 2017
Carbon floor price or free market? Europe's debate shows no signs of calming
The other damaging glut
2 October 2017
Emissions-trading systems have suffered from an oversupply of permits. Regulators are trying to fix that and show the mechanisms can still work
We won't always have Paris
2 October 2017
The climate pact can just about cope without Donald Trump's America, say its supporters. Others aren’t so sanguine
Red Washington, greener states
26 June 2017
Market forces will keep hurting coal, strengthening gas and supporting renewables—whatever Trump thinks about climate science
Fringe engines
19 June 2017
Natural gas and fuel cell vehicles are not growing as quickly as EVs, for good reasons
EVs supercharged incentives
12 June 2017
If governments want more EVs, they’ll have to pay consumers to buy them and manufacturers to make them—at least for now
Electric vehicles—the great unknown
12 June 2017
Forecasters agree that EVs will hurt oil demand—but on the size of the impact consensus is scant
Prudence in a changing climate
13 March 2017
Big oil is starting to invest in renewable energy before it is too late
Reaching net-zero carbon
13 March 2017
Are renewables up to the task set by the Paris Agreement?
We'll always have Paris
7 December 2016
Putting last year's climate deal into action will be the main theme of 2017
Will China and India really be big markets for LNG?
27 April 2016
Coal’s resilience and a stronger push for renewables may dampen the countries’ enthusiasm for seaborne gas
Time to comply with emissions-trading systems
16 February 2016
Emissions-trading systems are here to stay. Oil and gas firms need to start budgeting for them
Paris climate deal highlights long-term risk for oil and gas
12 January 2016
COP21 served as a reminder that the energy paradigm is changing, and fossil fuel producers would be wise to stay ahead of the curve
Asia still focused on coal despite low-carbon goals
19 October 2015
Asia’s burgeoning green growth not yet enough to topple king coal