The Trump administration was eager to export US shale gas to the rest of the world. It remains to be seen whether President Biden will prioritise climate action over short-term economic interests.
Danish clean energy giant Ørsted and US commercial EV technology company Proterra are poised for breakout growth in the US over the next four years.
The surprise takeover of the US Senate by the Democrats opens new possibilities for the EU, eager to have another major developed economy as a climate action ally.
Joe Biden is inheriting an energy landscape that has continued to decarbonise thanks to the actions of companies and individual states.
The balance of power in the US Senate tipped last week in favour of the Democrats, but their razor-thin majority could still limit Joe Biden’s climate change and clean energy ambitions.
In 2020, net-zero pledges fell thick and fast from policymakers and businesses alike. In 2021, those ambitious words need to be turned into concrete actions.
The EU wants to use global trade as a tool to fight climate change, but with negotiators under pressure to get deals done, turning free trade agreements into purveyors of clean energy technology will be tough.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards sees a future for offshore wind energy in the Gulf of Mexico – with help from the region’s oil and gas industry.
Many of the red states that voted for Donald Trump are also clean energy leaders. How will the energy transition shape these states’ economic futures?