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Banks, Governments Finance Fossil Fuels | Coal & Nuclear in Sharp Decline | Renewables Hit the Tipping Point – July 2017

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - July 2017 As banks and governments remain heavily invested in the fossil fuel industry despite the international climate committments, shareholders increasingly start to hold their banks and companies accountable. In Australia, in ...
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Solar Power to Kill Coal | Oil Majors to Lose Trillions | Nuclear Meltdown – June 2017

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - June 2017 Renewable energy capacity worldwide was boosted by a record amount in 2016, as costs of wind and solar PV kept dramatically falling, two latest major energy reports show. Especially ...
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New Oil Low | Stress Test for Coal | Big Business Backs Decarbonization – May 2017

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - May 2017 “Renewables come one way or another. Over the past few years, they have become economically viable despite low oil prices,” says Energy Watch Group President Hans-Josef Fell in his recent Joule interview. “If ...
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More Renewables for Less Money in 2016 | Bye Bye Coal and Nuclear – April 2017

Energy Watch Group Newsletter – April 2017 The title “bye-bye coal” does not stem from us or from an environmental organization. It comes from the Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) analysts. By 2030, it will be ...
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The True Picture of Energiewende | Sins & Losses of Big Oil | China’s Peak Coal | Divestment Ticker – March 2017

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - March 2017 Germany is celebrated internationally as a role model for a successful energy transition. Its role has certainly be instrumental in enabling the worldwide breakthrough of renewables, but in the recent years ...
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