EnergySource Mar 10, 2023
Clean industrial policies: A space for EU-US collaboration
By Théophile Pouget-Abadie, Francis Shin, Jonah Allen
EU-US tensions over clean industrial policy could derail the energy transition. Collaboration on equal footing would bolster collective security and drive emissions reductions to new levels.
EnergySource Mar 6, 2023
Beauty and the beast: Implications of the US-China tech war on climate and energy
By Jennifer Lee
US-China tech tensions could have ripple effects on decarbonization efforts. Tech competition could provide benefits, but if left unmitigated, it could also hinder both countries’ energy transitions.
EnergySource Jan 31, 2023
Africa and the global LNG crunch: Balancing energy security, development, and decarbonization
By Robert F. Ichord, Jr.
As Europe looks to replace Russian gas and Asia looks to switch off coal, African LNG could play a central role. Gas development in Africa could unlock new revenues and, in turn, drive development across the continent.