Shell Gets Greener, Even as Climate Advocates Say, ‘Go Faster’

Royal Dutch Shell, though still reliant on profits from fossil fuels, is investing more in renewable energy. Critics say the changes have to come quicker.

Nestled in the English countryside, boxes that resemble shipping containers form an example of Royal Dutch Shell’s steps toward greener operations: a giant battery.Credit…Andrew Testa for The New York Times

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By Stanley Reed

MINETY, England — On a clearing at the edge of a farm field, 40 big rectangular boxes the size of shipping containers sit behind a tall fence. Packed inside are stacks of lithium-ion cells and other electrical equipment.

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