New ownership models and technological advances will utterly transform the mobility market. And that’s bad news for Big Oil.
Articles by Fereidoon Sioshansi
Whether EVs will be charged from rooftop panels – as Tesla etc would like it – or from a network of charging stations – as utilities would like it – it is only a matter of time.
Startups are figuring out ways to beat incumbents in their own game. Virtual power plants may be the answer.
California grid operator under-estimated speed of solar uptake by at least 4 years – and the belly of the duck is getting fatter much sooner than expected.
It is hard to imagine a day when fossil fuels will be used sparingly. But with carbon now officially a liability, and renewables moving mainstream, chances are humanity can kick the habit much faster than previously thought possible.
Having indulged in a carbon-rich period for the past two centuries, can humans make an orderly transition to a sustainable fossil-free future without sacrificing the high standards?
Despite the overall bear market in 2015, high tech virtual companies have boomed. So what are the implications of this for the energy sector?
California Governor – “Taking significant amounts of carbon our of our economy without harming its vibrancy is
exactly the sort of challenge at which California excels.”