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January 2016

A View Of The Clean Energy Landscape From One Of The First Countries To Arrive
PARIS—The president of Iceland credits renewable energy for reviving the tiny island nation's economy after financial collapse.
Geothermal energy provided the baseload…

PARIS—Just around the corner a future awaits when electricity consumers will no longer have to suffer the vagaries of fuel costs, according to a United Nations under-secretary general, whether the fuel is natural gas, coal, or enriched uranium.
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PARIS—It's not just fossil fuel companies that will find themselves with stranded assets in a low-carbon economy, but any company that depends on carbon-intensive products or processes that are about to get more expensive. Investors can ask companies…

Why 2016 Will Be Solar's Year Again

This year may not be as huge for solar as it looked before Congress extended the solar investment tax credit—some projects can now relax into 2017 without losing their subsidy—but 2016 will still be bigger for sunshine than any year the United States…