On 29 March the British Prime Minister Theresa May presented a six-page letter triggering Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon. This article gives any EU member state the right to leave the EU unilaterally, it sets out the procedure for doing so and it gives the leaving country two years to negotiate the exit …
Could China lead the world’s transitions to low carbon and greater resilience to climate change? While the US lags behind, stuck on President Trump climate change denial positions, the Red Dragon strengthens its economy transition efforts, leading the way toward sustainable policies and investments.
The outcome of the 2017 G20 summit raised criticism and approval. Not everything has been achieved, but the worse has been avoided.
What is most needed now is a set of clear and effective policies to bring implementation.
Few weeks ago the U.S. Senate approved a sanction bill against Russia targeting its energy industry. Some European countries strongly protested, but the sanctions could bring to the surface latent tensions within the EU
On June 12th Ministers of Economic Development and of Environment launched a public consultation on the new Italy’s National Energy Strategy (NES). The final outcome will be an energy policy document setting out the main goals and establishing the priorities of action for 2030 and beyond.
The oil price plummeting, again. A fragile deal in an oversupplied market. Regional rivals and their proxies, the new swing producer and a struggling cartel.
What is the role of geopolitics in the current Gulf crisis and what potential does it have to impact oil prices?
Two days of conference hosted by the University of St. Gallen to discuss investments in renewable energy and the energy transition.
Is the coal-cheaper-than-gas paradigm coming to an end? Based on 2016 and 2017 Italian market results coal increasing prices came along with a substantial decrease of coal generation.
With May 21st referendum Swiss voters endorsed the new Energy Law, backing the first set of measures of the Energy Strategy 2050 approved by parliament in 2016, which will entail long term huge changes in the Swiss energy system.