Chinese Solar Manufacturer Supplies a Growing Domestic Market

The supreme court hit the pause button on Barack Obama’s plans to cut climate pollution from power plants, injecting new uncertainty into the viability of Obama’s climate plan once he leaves office in 2017. [The Guardian]

European banks appear to face greater long-term exposure to problems in the energy sector compared to U.S. banks, many of which have already shored up capital reserves for half of their energy debt portfolio. [CNBC]

BNP Paribas is reining back lending to the US energy sector, potentially tightening a squeeze for cash-strapped producers struggling with the collapse in oil prices. [FT]