Energy/Environment Energy Voices

  • US energy policy review reveals US doesn’t have an energy policy

    US oil and gas production have boomed, but the country still lacks a coherent energy strategy, according to an International Energy Agency review. The report credits the US for reducing greenhouse emissions, and encourages further investment in electricity infrastructure.

  • Low oil prices spur drive to scrap fuel subsidies

    The last six months of plunging oil prices has given many developing countries a window of opportunity to scrap fuel subsidies. This move has attracted opposition from consumers but it could have significant benefits over the long-term.

  • Kenya to build Africa’s largest wind project

    Kenya is planning to build the largest wind project on the continent of Africa. If the project delivers as promised, it would allow the country to spend less in fuel costs each year and allow its population more access to electricity. 

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