Best in Energy – 9 May 2023

Battery recycling and electric vehicles (FT)

Europe’s record end-winter gas stock (EIA)

India’s plan to cap coal generation (Reuters)

India transition to electric vehicles (Reuters)

U.S. fusion experiments (Bloomberg)

GERMANY’s manufacturing production is flat-lining as businesses struggle with weak demand for durable goods and energy prices remain elevated compared with before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine:

NORTHWEST EUROPE’s heating season has largely ended and temperatures have been above the long-term seasonal average at Frankfurt in Germany since late April. Frankfurt has experienced a total of 1,804 heating degree days since July 1, 2022, compared with a long-term seasonal average of 2,146, a deficit of -16%:

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John Kemp

Energy analyst, public policy specialist, amateur historian