Sep 14, 2015
“Tracking the Energy Titans,” an interactive infographic from the Wilson Center, draws on data for the United States, China, and Canada to compare national energy trends in consumption, production, imports, exports, and environmental impacts.
Sep 09, 2015
El Mexico Institute del Wilson Center, el Tec de Monterrey, Transparencia Mexicana y México Evalúa se complacen en anunciar la convocatoria para participar en el “Concurso de Ensayo: Propuesta Anti-Corrupción en el Sector Energético de México”.
Aug 27, 2015
Aug 05, 2015
Chinese foreign direct investment in the United States accelerated only a few years ago, but Chinese companies are now building a variety of solar and wind farms, electric-vehicle manufacturing plants and other greenfield energy projects across America. However, Chinese direct investment in the US clean-energy sector is greatly influenced by local policies, policy experts said in a CEF meeting on July 30.
Jul 21, 2015
In this article for the Financial Times' Beyond Brics, Duncan Wood discusses the results of the July 15th oil auctions in Mexico.
Jul 15, 2015
In March 1999, not long after he was sworn in as the 47th mayor of Oakland, Jerry Brown called Lesley Estes, the supervisor of the city’s watershed protection program. Brown, who is now California’s governor, wanted the city staffer he called “Creek Lady” to describe the most formidable ideas she had to conserve natural areas, make parks more beautiful, and clean up the city’s waters.
Jul 15, 2015
Here in Oakland, the 64-year-old regional wastewater treatment plant has elevated an essential urban service to a new level of innovation and civic importance. The East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) treatment plant, a formidable assembly of mixing tanks, pumps, and pipes on the city’s north side, has 11 megawatts of biogas-fueled electrical generating capacity, more than the plant’s power demand. The excess power is sold to the Port of Oakland, and EBMUD saves about $3 million in electric expenses a year.
Jul 14, 2015
Here are five things to look out for in the coming days, as we all assess the text of the agreement and reactions to it.
Jul 09, 2015
"Pakistan’s energy crisis is rooted in such a complex and interrelated web of causes (including but not limited to crushing sectoral debt, gross mismanagement, and dysfunctional institutions) that there is little consensus on what needs to be done and how," writes Michael Kugelman.
Jun 30, 2015
Northern Mexico is becoming a hot spot in Mexican energy development. This infographic is drawn from our publication “Water Scarcity Could Deter Energy Developers from Crossing Border Into Northern Mexico."