Our Monday digest of the week’s 10 most important climate and clean energy developments

The future of B.C.

Clean Energy Review - December 11, 2017

Plus: China builds an electric bus empire, Canada's energy storage startups look to global markets, and we share a policy pointer that could help Ontario meet its EV target.

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Canada has an EV problem

Clean Energy Review - December 4, 2017

Plus: Shell will boost investment in renewables and EVs (for real this time), Moody's warns coastal cities about rising seas, and a federal minister calls Canada's global cleantech poor performance a PR problem.

Big business's big concern

Clean Energy Review - November 27, 2017

Plus: A car-hailing leader brings electric vehicles to Delhi, a carbon capture plant isn't capturing quite enough carbon, and the best climate policy you've probably never heard of.

Battery-powered big rigs are here 

Clean Energy Review - November 20, 2017

Plus: Norway weighs a fossil-free wealth fund, why 'negative emissions' is the next big thing, and how Canadian mustard seeds could fuel your next flight down under. 

The big policy no one's heard of

Clean Energy Review - November 13, 2017

Plus: Seven reasons to feel optimistic, the number one way to reduce your carbon footprint (it's not what you think), and we're hiring.

Well, this is ironic

Clean Energy Review - November 6, 2017

The future belongs to electric cars—don't forget electric trucks, says Loblaws—and three encouraging stories from across Canada.

The Netflix of energy

Clean Energy Review - October 23, 2017

PLUS: Drones that charge your car (while you drive!), why off-grid solutions matter, and Toronto's plan to help drivewayless EV owners.

Are mechanical trees in our future?

Clean Energy Review - October 16, 2017

PLUS: Decarbonization has a new name, Trump country lights up, and why "mechanical trees" may just be a moonshot with a chance. Read this week's Clean Energy Review.

If you recognize C:\, you know what's coming 

Clean Energy Review - October 9, 2017

PLUS: Solar totally outshines coal, GM goes all in, and the most effective climate policy you’ve probably never heard of. That and more in this week's Clean Energy Review.

The year they've been waiting for

Clean Energy Review - October 2, 2017

Plus: China and California have a similar goal in mind, Albertans are on an LED spree, and guess who's making an electric car now.

What the iPhone can tell us about EVs

Clean Energy Review - September 25, 2017

Plus: Japan's quiet energy revolution, a prediction for 2030, and will Ontario choo-choo-choose hydrogen power for its commuter trains?

China's latest industry-shaking unveil

Clean Energy Review - September 18, 2017

Plus: Where to put your money, a super awesome network of superchargers, and UPS gets into the electric mail game—but not the one you think.

Problem or opportunity?

Clean Energy Review - September 11, 2017

Plus: A world-saving bond with no martini preference, Scotland one-ups the U.K., and a war of semi-trucks (is Optimus Prime a Tesla?).

Hurricane Harvey: the big question

Clean Energy Review - September 5, 2017

Plus, you could get a free(!) smart thermostat, everything you wanted to know about solar panels, and what's 100 per cent times 139?

Is Ford going 'all-in'?

Clean Energy Review - August 28, 2017

Plus: Some efficient ideas about efficiency, Rick Perry vs. Rick Perry, and humanity's fate plotted out in colour-coded sticky notes.

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