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ESAI Energy Introduces "Green Energy Trends"


ESAI Energy introduces its new publication, Green Energy Trends, that will build on and replace their Global Biofuels report. The new publication will highlight the market impact of policies and other developments associated with climate change and combating its effects. Meanwhile, the publication will continue to provide data and insight into global biofuels markets.

Climate change and the policies implemented to combat its effects are having a major impact on the energy sector and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. As part of their commitment to providing relevant, timely, and original insight regarding energy markets, ESAI Energy is introducing Green Energy Trends to continuously inform clients about new developments and their market impact.

To learn more or begin receiving Green Energy Trends, please contact Mike Flaherty at mflaherty@esai.com.



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