Vestas' CEO spoke about the U.S. leaving the climate accord.
Markets in Europe were lower Thursday as uncertainty surrounding internal U.S. policy continued to weigh on investor sentiment despite lessening tensions from North Korea.
Sustainable Energy finds out how shrimps could play a part in the future of nuclear power.
Rising crude oil output from U.S. shale fields will continue to disrupt OPEC efforts to rebalance supply and demand, says John Driscoll, chief strategist, JTD Energy Services.
Record refinery runs in the U.S. are drawing down crude stocks, but gasoline produced is not seeing expected strong demand in the summer driving season, says Matt Smith, director of commodities, Clipper Data.
Oil prices steadied on Thursday after U.S. data showed a big fall in crude stockpiles but also an increase in production.
K.R. Sridhar, Bloom Energy CEO; Steve Smith, Equinix CEO; and Thomas Fanning, Southern Company CEO, talk about their partnership to provide clean energy.
A 20 megawatt solar farm in Scotland has been granted planning permission by authorities.
I'm not interested in punks, thugs and criminals, says Thomas Fanning, Southern Company CEO, sharing his thoughts on President Trump's comments after the violence at the Charlottesville rally, and where business leaders should be putting their attention.
Crude oil company stocks offer superior dividend yields at attractive valuation levels, investment experts tell CNBC.
The rise in first-half profit reported by the company comes on the back of improved margins and higher oil prices, says Peter Coleman, CEO of Woodside.
The number of Labor Day weekend travelers is expected to jump 5 percent from last year.
U.S. crude stocks fell for the seventh consecutive week last week.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the oil markets.
The momentum is certainly to the downside, says CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reporting the latest on crude oil prices.
Several Dutch airports are set to run on renewable energy from next year.
European markets closed marginally higher on Tuesday as tensions between the U.S. and North Korea showed signs of subsiding, prompting investors to return to riskier assets.
Frank Houllis, CEO of Magnis Resources, says sales in the lithium battery market will grow to more than $60 billion in the next five years.
The oil market extended losses from the previous session, when the dollar surged and a drop in Chinese refining activity raised concerns.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
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