Fire Shuts Peabody Coal Mine and There’s No Estimate for Restart
UK Set to Unveil Program to Speed Renewables, Capture Carbon
The UK is set to outline its strategy to speed up the deployment of renewable power and capture carbon, part of a plan to boost energy investment in Britain that lacks the financial might of endeavors in the US.
Biden Oil Auction Draws $264 Million as Environmentalists Fume
Manchin Threatens to Fight Treasury Over EV Tax Credit Rules
West Virginia Senator
Forest Service Immune from Lawsuit Over Lola Peak Fire Notices
The US Forest Service is immune from a suit over its decisions over how and who to warn about imminent wildfire damage, the 9th Circuit ruled.
BofA’s Hope Says Investors Want Better Corporate CO2 Reports (1)
Companies that don’t provide
EPA Oversight Hampered by Funding Gap, Watchdog Tells Lawmakers
The EPA’s inspector general raised concerns to House lawmakers Wednesday that his office can’t adequately track the tens of billions of dollars flowing into the agency from the infrastructure and climate laws under its current funding.
In the EV of the Future, Solar Power Comes Standard (2)
For about 40 years, car companies, startups and DIY enthusiasts have been pursuing the plug-less electric car, one that could wirelessly recharge via photons. But as logistical and economic hurdles continue to stymie those projects, the more immediate future of solar-powered vehicles is becoming clear: smaller, lighter, cheaper systems built to subtly augment electric driving, rather than power it in full.
Maryland Quadruples Offshore Wind Target as Industry Struggles
Crypto Scams and Modern Capitalism Are Siblings: David Fickling
Surveying the vast waste of the past year’s cryptocurrency collapse — trillions in notional market value evaporating in months;