In this edition Robert Llewellyn covers a lot of topics:
(warning to headphone users: he uses a klaxxon gag to acknowledge his urge to rant on about the UK's multibillion GBP nuclear plant boondoggle Hinkley Point C)
Desmogblog publishes a report on Exxon's lobbying against, and lying about, electric vehicles.
UK Parliament wants to have state-run schools pay extra for generating their own electricity while exempting privately run schools. Of course, schools use most of their energy in the middle of the day when the Sun is shining.
China keeps the astounding pace up on wind turbine installations.
Opel (GM's German subsidiary) announces their version of the Chevy Bolt EV. Sorry UK, no Vauxhall EV for you.
Planned battery megafactories to exponentially increase global storage capacity in the next decade.