Green Energy’s Hidden Impact on the Environment

Conventional energy sources such as coal, oil, natural gas, and nuclear material have a substantial effect on the environment via the release of harmful greenhouse gases (GHG). Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Methane (CH4) account for over 90% of gases...

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How Texas will keep its heart of energy

If fracking does not recover from the oil price war and the slump in demand caused by Covid-19, renewable energy, wind and solar energy are potential investment beneficiaries. The renewables sector is attractive due to high and growing global demand...

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Renewables – Can the Covid crisis accelerate the sector by a decade?

According to the stats provided by the UK electricity grid, renewable energy sources wind and solar accounted for 30% of grid power over the last month vs. 23% this time last year and there has been no electricity on...

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How Regs have helped to stimulate the Renewable market

The concept of renewable energy is not new. The oldest form of renewable energy dates back to more than a million years ago, where traditional biomass was used to generate fire. c. 7000 years ago, wind was used to...

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Renewable energy production: What’s the harm?

Part 1: As governments around the world battle with policy and cultural changes required to meet the Paris Agreement climate change targets, the pressure to expand renewable energy technology production is significant. Renewable energy share of total world energy consumption and electricity...

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Even if you don’t plan for energy profiles to change, the world does. ACF C-Suite Guide.

In part I of this blog https://acfequityresearch.com/decoupling-of-gdp-and-energy-growth/ We discussed some of the fundamental changes in macro-economic relationships happening now and revolving around energy and GDP growth. In part II we consider some of the implications for extractives (basic resources –...

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Decoupling of GDP and energy growth: A CEO guide. McKinsey Quarterly April 2019

In the analysis below ACF takes a short form look at the data within the most recent McKinsey Quarterly report and overlays some of its own interpretation. When I try to reduce the whole of economics to one idea to...

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