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EV charge points in Britain are now nearly as expensive as gasoline, research shows

The U.K. has laid out plans to ramp up the number of electric vehicles on its roads over the next…

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Brent crude slides below $85 a barrel as dollar surges

An aerial view of Phillips 66 oil refinery is seen in Linden, New Jersey, United States. Tayfun Cosku | Anadolu…

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UK government dishes out extensive tax cuts as country braces for recession

U.K. Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng outside 10 Downing Street. Britain will cap the cost of electricity and gas for businesses. Rob…

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EV sales to hit all-time high in 2022, IEA saya, but more work needed to put world on net-zero path

Tesla electric cars photographed in Germany on March 21, 2022. According to the International Energy Agency, electric vehicle sales are…

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Energy crisis spurs Britain to end its fracking ban, digging up a long-running debate

The derrick is seen behind anti-fracking banners at Cuadrilla’s Lancashire fracking site. Christopher Furlong | Getty Images LONDON — The…

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EU approves up to $5.2 billion in public funding for hydrogen projects

Part of a hydrogen-powered train photographed in Germany on Aug. 24, 2022. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen expressed…

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Shorter showers, slower driving and an Eiffel Tower blackout: How Europe plans to cut gas usage this winter

From cutting down on shower time, driving slower and fining shopkeepers for not closing their doors, Europeans are embarking on…

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Big business likes to trumpet ESG credentials. But a ‘greenwashing’ reckoning could be on the horizon

As the 2020s progress, discussions about climate change, the environment and issues related to equality and diversity are at the…

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‘Rip off the Band-Aid’: Wells Fargo makes case for 150 basis point hike at Fed meeting

It’s a move that would likely cause panic on Wall Street. But Wells Fargo Securities’ Michael Schumacher suggests the Federal…

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UN secretary general says ‘polluters must pay,’ calls for extra tax on fossil fuel profits

Antonio Guterres photographed in New York last September. On Tuesday, he said fossil fuel firms and their “enablers” needed to…

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