The Federal Reserve has pledged to inject as much as $1.5 trillion into U.S. markets, reports OilPrice. The move is in a continued response to the panic sparked by the coronavirus pandemic. “These changes are being made to address highly unusual disruptions in Treasury financing markets associated with the coronavirusContinue Reading

The coronavirus continues to disrupt the global oil market as demand falls sharply and investors begin to worry. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) met in Vienna last week to debate who ought to slash oil production in response to the market crisis. Saudi Arabia and Russia, theContinue Reading

YaleEnvironment360 reports that the energy tech company NuScale Power has invested more than $900 million into the development of small modular reactor (SMR) technology, a new, smaller scale form of nuclear power which may represent the future of nuclear power plants. “Our groundbreaking SMR) design features a fully fabricated NuScaleContinue Reading

Press Release The world’s best-selling cargo van – Ford Transit – will debut an all-electric version for the U.S. and Canada for the 2022 model year, helping businesses achieve sustainability goals and lower cost of ownership while helping cities improve air quality and reduce noise levels Built in the U.S.,Continue Reading

The Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners approved a plan by Public Service Co. of Oklahoma (PSO) to add more than a half-gigawatt of wind-generated electricity to PSO’s portfolio of power, reports The Oklahoman. PSO serves more than 550,000 customers in eastern and southwestern Oklahoma. The Oklahoman reports that PSO will be allowedContinue Reading

Environmental issues rank as a top concern among independent and moderate voters who will play critical roles in the 2020 election, prompting the GOP to release plans to address climate change, reports Forbes. Unlike the progressive Green New Deal, which was rejected by members of both parties for being tooContinue Reading

In its second major attempt at investing in renewable energy, American Electric Power Co. Inc. (AEP), one of America’s largest utility companies, has announced a roughly $2 billion proposal to acquire three wind farms in Oklahoma, according to Energy News Network. Energy News Network reports that less than two yearsContinue Reading