Energy Transition What happens when support for government policies that address climate change switches to the majority? Sources: Pew Research – How Americans see climate change in 7 charts “Compared with a decade ago, more Americans say protecting the environment and dealing with global climate change should be top priorities for the president and Congress. ” […]
The energy transition is happening. Just last year two of our largest corporate clients who already used our oil and gas training courses asked for the same thing - courses on power.
They are seeing the energy transition affect their businesses and they're proactively getting ready for the future of energy.
This section is geared towards helping our learning community stay on top of this trend as well.
Energy Transition News On June 25, 2020, California passed the first state mandate that truck maker move to zero-emission drivetrains by 2045 (half of which must be there by 2035). + Zero-Emissions trucks are the future: Let’s do this – RMI + California passes landmark mandate for zero emission trucks – Reuters + New rule […]
Rocky Mountain Institute: How to retire early – Making accelerated coal phaseout feasible and just.
Energy Transition – City of Sydney Goes 100% Renewable Sydney Australia will be running all government operations – street lights, sports facilities, government buildings – on renewables starting, well, now. The power will come from three main projects – one wind and two solar farms. The wind provider is critical as most of the power […]
Energy Transition Chart of the Day How long can you stay in this business? Source is this post from GZERO media, The Graphic Truth: Oil exporters – broken or breaking even? It points out the fact that there is great discrepancy between major oil producers and their break even price. But even at […]
Nonfossil Sources Accounted for 20% of US Energy Consumption in 2019 – EIA The energy transition is happening. “Several energy sources hit record consumption values in 2019, based on data in the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Monthly Energy Review: natural gas, nuclear, wind, and solar.” You can read the full report here.