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Mineral supply gap threatens to slow energy transition – IEA
6 May 2021
Agency calls on governments to convince investors of need to ramp up supply of critical transition metals
US charging network sits on cusp of change
4 May 2021
The Biden administration wants to increase the size of America’s EV charging network by 400pc
Europe IOCs claim early progress in push for low carbon
30 April 2021
Both Repsol and Total will funnel 25pc of 2021 investments towards low carbon ventures
EV sales unaffected by pandemic – IEA
29 April 2021
Sales in the sector are growing fast thanks to strong consumer demand and policy support from governments
BP powers up EV charging roll-out
28 April 2021
Questions over company’s ability to differentiate its electrons in a competitive market
US must clarify renewable transport fuel support
21 April 2021
Policy mechanisms at federal level must catch up with those at state level to be effective, says industry
US gasoline demand unthreatened by driver assistance
20 April 2021
New technologies that provide assistance for drivers have proved slow to penetrate the US market
US emissions falls are part of wider trend
19 April 2021
Emissions may not bounce back to levels seen before the Covid-19 pandemic
Hope for negotiated US infrastructure deal
13 April 2021
Ruling by parliamentarian means Biden plan could be passed by a reconciliation bill if needed
Rethinking the levelised cost of energy
31 March 2021
The market appears to be factoring in the decline of capacity factors for conventional energy assets
Industry must lead way on UK jobs transition
30 March 2021
Firms are better placed than the government to know what skills will be needed in a low-carbon economy, says UK Onward
EV supply chains: The new great game
23 March 2021
Volkswagen’s aggressive battery plans signal new worries for automakers in the EV era
You will never guess who just declared peak gasoline…
22 March 2021
The IEA has called the top of global demand, although it predicts demand for oil will continue to rise
Chinese five-year plan to see expansion of EVs
9 March 2021
Plan will focus on uptake beyond the largest and wealthiest cities, so consumption of petrol and diesel may peak mid-decade
For EVs to succeed, Tesla’s market share must fall
26 February 2021
Consumers demand choice and traditional manufacturers have started to provide it
Behavioural change key to energy transition—IP Week
24 February 2021
The electrification of the automotive sector shows that consumers can be guided to make transition-aligned choices when viable options are available
Lithium price surge fuels mining innovation
22 February 2021
Demand from electric vehicle manufacturers and potential to provide batteries for renewables-powered grids ensures demand remains high
E3 Metals leads Canadian ‘green’ lithium charge
18 February 2021
Canada’s vast unconventional wastewater brine resource base means it is likely to become a major producer on the global market
Shift to electric vehicles not fully charged
12 February 2021
The build-out of EV chargers in the EU risks diverging from political ambition while trailing an expected vehicle sales boom
South Africa, Burundi can help plug global rare earths shortfall
1 February 2021
China dominates the global market for materials essential for EV batteries, and manufacturers are seeking to diversify their supply chains
Bridging the EV infrastructure gap
1 October 2020
To keep pace with its ambitious targets for electric vehicle sales, the UK needs to invest heavily in charging infrastructure