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6 predictions for 2016

Forecasting is a dangerous business, but here are six predictions you should keep an eye on.

Back From the Dead: The Rise of EVs

A decade ago electric cars were a lost cause. The popular 2006 documentary Who Killed the Electric Car?, highlighted the role of carmakers, oil companies and politics to explain why a technology with a lot of promise never caught on.

US Crude Oil Consumption Peaked a Decade Ago

Electric vehicles (EVs) are already cheaper to run than internal combustion engine (ICE) automobiles.

Could BC Become a 100% Renewable Energy Region?: Transportation

Is it possible that we could get where we want to be and ship our goods where they need to go without any use of fossil fuels?

Carbon Crash Solar Dawn

Renewables and associated storage, transport and digital technologies are so rapidly disrupting whole industries’ business models they are pushing the fossil fuel industry towards inevitable collapse.

6 Ways to Spark the Clean Energy Revolution

Renewable energy sources like wind and solar have made big leaps in the last few years, with installation prices falling and demand increasing. But we’re still miles away from where we need to be.

Why Pushing Alternate Fuels Makes for Bad Public Policy

For nearly four decades, every American president has promoted alternative fuel vehicles as a way to secure the country’s energy independence.

Man Bites EV: Will EV Bite Back?

Electric Vehicles, Pro or Con? Decide, Dammit!

Peak oil notes - Feb 28

A midweek update...New York oil traded in a narrow range around $93 a barrel this week, closing a touch higher on Wednesday on better news about the US economy. Brent continued last week’s plunge closing on Wednesday at $111.89 a barrel, down $6 a barrel in the last 10 days. The indecisive …

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