As more light is shed on the effect fossil fuels have, as well as their limited availability, alternatives to fossil fuels are becoming more popular. Alternatives can include anything from wind, to solar, to geothermal, to tidal energy, and much more. The research is never ending on finding new ways to power our world as efficiently as possible, while still being environmentally conscious. FossilFuel.com has the information you need on the industry today and what it looks like for the future.
One of the World’s Biggest Oil Companies is Switching to Renewables
BP announced a plan to cut oil production and dramatically increase spending on renewable energy initiatives.Read More »
Energy Utilities and Dark-Money Loopholes
A problematic situation has been brewing with the nation’s fossil fuel utilities.Read More »
Will Carbon Capture Save the Fossil Fuel Industry?
What if there was a way to continue using fossil fuels without needing to be concerned about greenhouse gas emissions?Read More »
Tesla Is Now Worth More Than Exxon Mobil
The dramatic rise of this American electric car company has already surpassed the expectations of the vast majority of Wall Street analysts.Read More »
Joe Biden Unveils a $2 Trillion Plan to Combat Climate Change
Conservatives and fossil fuel industry executives have been pushing back on Biden's proposal.Read More »
Government Bailouts Bolster Fossil Fuels and Hinder Renewables
The historic drop in the demand for oil, coal, and natural gas compelled policy makers to aid the struggling industry.Read More »
Democrats Continue to Target Fossil Fuels with Climate Legislation
The Democrats just unleashed their most comprehensive climate plan to date.Read More »
Lyft Plans to Ditch Fossil Fuels by 2030
Lyft has vowed to clean up its mobility services through the elimination of fossil fuels by 2030.Read More »
Joe Biden Declares That He Will “End Fossil Fuels”
What is Joe Biden's relationship with the fossil fuel industry?Read More »
How Would the Green New Deal Impact Fossil Fuels?
Some policy makers in the U.S. are hoping to move forward with a plan to reduce American dependence on fossil fuels.Read More »
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