After record year for venture capital last year, 2019 could be the best yet for hardware startups.
European carbon prices are falling as the October 31 Brexit deadline nears. Uncertainty is building among market participants and further volatility can be expected.
The drop in passenger electric vehicle sales in China last month and stagnating sales for the remainder of the third quarter are likely only a temporary blip for the world’s largest EV market, according to a report from BloombergNEF.
Steel could shed its reputation as a climate threat by using hydrogen instead of fossil fuels for as much as half of global output by 2050, according to BloombergNEF.
The South Korean government will spend 4.7 trillion won ($3.9 billion) on innovative sectors in its 2020 budget, up from $3.2 billion in 2019.
Saudi Aramco's 1H 2019 results reveal that the company is more profitable than the top five global oil majors (Exxon, Chevron, Shell, BP and Total) combined. Earnings for the first six months of the year were $46.9 billion. That means that the Saudi giant is making over a quarter of a billion dollars a day.
Unique business models being explored in Australia allow regulated networks to own energy storage assets, something that is forbidden by most regulators in Europe and some in the U.S.
There was a 120% increase in social bond finance issued in 1H 2019 vs 1H 2018, according to our latest Outlook.
While some in energy, manufacturing, healthcare and transport are adopting IoT and analytics, other companies are struggling to realize IoT's value in short-term tests.
Mainland China’s share of Asian sustainable finance is declining as other countries scale market activity in the region.
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