Listen: Shell Enters The Solar Energy Market


Shell, multinational oil and gas company, will be setting up their game and re-entering the green energy space. Shell is following the trend of going back to green after BP announces they would be re-entering the solar energy marketplace. However, Shell plans to take things a step further by also investing in electric car charging stations to increase their green energy efforts. “With this entry into the fast-growing solar sector, Shell is able to leverage its expertise as one of the top 3 wholesale power sellers in the US, while expanding its global New Energies footprint,” explained Marc van Gerven, Shell’s vice president of solar energy. With Shell and other major oil and gas providers following the trend back to solar energy, the future is looking bright.


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