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Haley Zaremba

Contributor since: 05 May 2017

Haley Zaremba

Haley Zaremba is a writer and journalist based in Mexico City. She has extensive experience writing and editing environmental features, travel pieces, local news in the Bay Area, and music/culture reviews.

Latest articles from Haley

  • China Could Start A New Solar Price War

    Published 05 March 2020 | viewed 50,351 times

    The solar market is becoming supersized, with the size and scale of solar projects soaring and some of the biggest names in the tech industry…

  • What Happens When You Mix New Solar Tech And Artificial Intelligence?

    Published 03 March 2020 | viewed 13,768 times

    The writing is on the wall. Every major global governmental agency is warning of the imminent tipping point towards catastrophic climate change, even the world’s…

  • This Supermajor Is Diving Into The Green Hydrogen Game

    Published 29 February 2020 | viewed 33,056 times

    Hydrogen is often hailed as a silver bullet solution to emissions-free fuel since it burns clean, leaving nothing but water vapor, but the reality of…

  • The Holy Grail Of Clean Energy Is Closer Than Ever

    Published 27 February 2020 | viewed 71,870 times

    Nuclear fusion has been seen as the unattainable holy grail of clean energy for decades, but just in the last year it’s been seeming more…

  • Supersizing The Solar Industry

    Published 25 February 2020 | viewed 12,905 times

    There’s a new trend in solar energy projects, and it seems to be the staunch belief that bigger is better. As the pressure mounts around…

  • Tesla’s Secret Weapon In The EV Revolution

    Published 20 February 2020 | viewed 18,062 times

    The future of electric vehicles around the world depends on China. While Europe has long been at the forefront of the electric car industry, with…

  • Can The U.S. Compete With China In The Energy Storage Race?

    Published 18 February 2020 | viewed 13,867 times

    Last year Oilprice reported that the energy storage industry was about to explode in China. We wrote that “China is set to become the single…

  • New Breakthrough Makes Solar Cells More Durable

    Published 16 February 2020 | viewed 48,189 times

    Last month was the hottest January in all recorded history. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), land and ocean temperatures across the…

  • Green Hydrogen Is Right Around The Corner

    Published 11 February 2020 | viewed 31,334 times

    Hydrogen is often touted as a green and nearly inexhaustible source of clean energy. The first element of the periodic table burns completely clean, leaving…

  • Are Large-Scale Solar Projects Doomed To Fail?

    Published 09 February 2020 | viewed 26,799 times

    Humans have been harnessing power from the sun as long as we have existed. By eating our photosynthesis-fueled friends in the animal kingdom and other…

  • New ‘Solar Panels’ Harness The Energy Of Deep Space

    Published 05 February 2020 | viewed 23,438 times

    Solar power is cheaper than ever, it’s ultra-abundant, and it emits zero greenhouse gases. But it’s far from perfect--for now. One of the biggest limitations…

  • The Big Four In Tech Are Buying Into The Renewable Boom

    Published 02 February 2020 | viewed 26,094 times

     “By the end of the coming decade we will be on one of two paths. One is the path of surrender, where we have sleep…

  • Does Exxon Know Something About Biofuel That Its Peers Don’t?

    Published 28 January 2020 | viewed 28,237 times

    Oilprice has been reporting on the long, drawn-out death of the dream of algal biofuel for years. A field once crowded with startups and hyperbolic…

  • Rolls Royce Looks To Disrupt The Nuclear Industry

    Published 27 January 2020 | viewed 18,763 times

    The nuclear energy industry has been struggling to stay afloat in countries that were once nuclear powerhouses. Japan has all but turned its back on…

  • China To Ramp Up Shale Gas Production At Home

    Published 23 January 2020 | viewed 16,408 times

    Despite the fact that United States President Donald Trump declared a truce between the U.S. and China in their more-than-a-year-long trade war in Switzerland this…

  • How To Solve Nuclear Energy’s Biggest Problem

    Published 22 January 2020 | viewed 19,728 times

    Nuclear waste is a huge issue and it’s not going away any time soon--in fact, it’s not going away for millions of years. While most…

  • The North Sea’s Most Important Energy Play Isn’t Oil

    Published 21 January 2020 | viewed 20,625 times

    Things have not been looking good for North Sea energy. In fact, last November, Oilprice went so far as to declare that “North Sea Oil…

  • Could Renewables Overtake Coal In China?

    Published 19 January 2020 | viewed 20,503 times

    In September of last year Oilprice reported an incredible milestone for renewable energy when solar and wind power became cheaper than coal in most of…

  • Is This The Death Knell For Nuclear?

    Published 18 January 2020 | viewed 55,867 times

    It’s nearly impossible to discuss climate change and the future of the energy industry without discussing nuclear energy. Nuclear energy produces zero carbon emissions, it’s…

  • What’s Next For Oil? No One Seems To Agree

    Published 15 January 2020 | viewed 15,417 times

    Although oil production in the Permian Basin shows all signs of slowing down in the new year, the West Texas shale revolution is not over…

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