Energy Writer of the Year, 2016 – Mark Mills

Energy Writer of the Year, 2016: AES selects Mark Mills for his literary contributions to the energy sector in 2017, especially his article Shale 2.0, In recognition of Mr. Mills’ work, AES is pleased to feature: Shale Wars: Oil Prices... Read more →

Ethiopia: Tree Planting and Cool Cities

(Thomas Reuters Foundation) – When Habtamu Worku left his hometown of Bahir Dar seven years ago and moved 550 kilometres (340 miles) south to Addis Ababa, he quickly grew to like the city of 5 million people. Except for one thing: the... Read more →

Germany: A Clash of Brown and Green

(Yale Environmental 360) – The hole in the landscape that opens up in front of the group of visitors is so vast and deep that some of them simply stare, mouths agape. “This mine will be active until 2026 or 2027,” says Barbara Wittig,... Read more →

India: Energy (In)Securities; Needs and Ambitions

(The Brookings Institution) – India’s energy strategy is important for any global discussion about lowering carbon emissions. Most current plans focus on the low-hanging fruit of “cheap renewable energy.” However, scaling renewable... Read more →
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