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New Findings on Fracking | Germany’s Climate Action | Coal Peak in China? – February 2016

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - February 2016 2016 may become the peak coal year in China as the world’s largest coal consumer is closing down some 1,000 coal mines this year, analysts say. Germany has ...
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Nuclear Industry Struggles with Costs | Coal Among Riskiest Investments | Renewables Boost Global GDP – January 2016

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - January 2016 The latest economic trends in the oil, coil and nuclear industries increasingly warn investors to rethink their assets. A report by Oxford University found that Australian coalmines as well ...
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Historical COP21 Signal | Record 2015 Investment in Renewables Despite Low Oil and Coal Price – December 2015

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - December 2015 Energy Watch Group wishes you a happy, healthy and energizing New Year!  As oil investors have struggled with sinking oil prices in 2015, renewable energy attracted record global investment worldwide. A ...
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IEA under Pressure | 100% Renewables Feasible in 139 Countries | Emerging Markets’ Record Investments in Renewables – November 2015

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - November 2015 Dear Colleagues and Friends, In November, Energy Watch Group has released two comprehensive analyses of the International Energy Agency’s annual World Energy Outlook report. The IEA keeps massively ...
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IEA Undermines Renewables | Coal and Gas in Decline | Fossil Fuel Divestment on Rise – September 2015

Energy Watch Group Newsletter - September 2015 Surprisingly for many, global coal demand and shale gas production in the US have been in decline in the last months. Meanwhile, divestments from fossil fuel worldwide have increased fivefold since September ...
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