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

And the car of the year is...

Clean Energy Review - Jan. 16, 2017

Plus, wind-powered trains, clean energy's good(ish) year, and a plan to put Chernobyl's disaster site to good use.

Controversial climate plan? Maybe not

Clean Energy Review - Dec. 19, 2016

Plus, will Alberta's carbon tax spell trouble for Santa? (No. No, it won't.) And Elon Musk and Bill Gates fight for the future.

We have a plan

Clean Energy Review - Dec. 12, 2016

Plus, Google is going fully renewable next year, and Canada's electric vehicle future is racing forward—cars in Paris, not so much.

All is not lost

Clean Energy Review - Dec. 5, 2016

Plus, lessons from B.C., and Europe is getting a supercharged electric network.

Coal just got buried

Clean Energy Review - Nov. 28, 2016

PLUS: Canada gets a clean fuel standard (and why you should know what that means) and gasoline is so 2015—just ask a garbage truck.

Is it really game over?

Clean Energy Review - Nov. 14, 2016

PLUS: A world without gas-powered cars, a new road for Toyota and how First Nations are raking in revenue with renewables.

Alberta makes it official

Clean Energy Review - Nov. 7, 2016

PLUS: Sunless solar, underwater energy storage, and America and Europe map out a future full of electric vehicles.

Leaving coal in the dust

Clean Energy Review – Oct. 31, 2016

Plus: Quebec gives a boost to EVs, and Alberta makes room for solar.

Just the beginning?

Clean Energy Review – Oct. 24, 2016

Also in Clean Energy Review this week: big oil is worried about big EV, and forget natural resources—China's investors want clean tech.

China plugs in and pulls ahead

Clean Energy Review – Oct. 17, 2016

Also in Clean Energy Review this week: Germany's new hope, answers to your burning carbon pricing questions, and miraculous floating wind farms.

Trudeau's tough love

Clean Energy Review – October 10, 2016

Also in Clean Energy Review this week: How Trudeau's "tough love" is set to deliver, taking a peek behind the utility closet door, and why the view of China as a climate baddie needs a reboot

2/3 Canadians said what?

Clean Energy Review – Oct. 3, 2016

Also in Clean Energy Review this week: There's no I in T-E-A-M, how innovators are banking on green banks, and why clean power costs keep droppin' like it's hot.

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