Five Energy Stories Worth Reading Today (6/9/14)

Here are five recommended reads for today (6/9/14).

  1. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, “A high-stakes fight that mixes renewable power, international relations and cyberespionage threatens to slow the American solar industry’s rapid growth.”
  2. Greentech Media reports, “Add California to the list of states eagerly courting Tesla to be chosen as the site of its $5 billion Giga battery factory.”
  3. Tom Friedman writes in the New York Times: “What is the one thing you would still like to see us do to address climate change? Said Obama: put a price on carbon.”
  4. The Washington Post profiles “Tom Steyer’s slow, and ongoing, conversion from fossil-fuels investor to climate activist.”
  5. The Vancouver Observer reports, “Speaking in front of a large crowd gathered for the Convergence 2014: Protecting Our Sacred Waters rally on Sunday afternoon, Grand Chief Stewart Philip said the federal government may delay its decision on the controversial Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.”