For utilities to have a chance at succeeding at the “brown to green” transition, a well thought out and highly flexible strategy will be fundamental.
As centralised and distributed energy markets continue to diverge, can the curse of capital allocation be managed in a way that creates value (or at least minimises loss) for shareholders?
First-quarter decline in investment reflects partly falling cost of capital for renewables, allowing investors to install same capacity for less cash.
As the cost of solar, storage and wind continue to fall, the pressure on utility business models and their so-called “parenting advantage” will increase significantly.
What is a reasonable Feed-in Tariff (FiT) and why should a solar household in Bundanoon receive less than a solar household in Ballarat?
Seawater Hydro could potentially help South Australia resolve its highly publicised energy problems.
ABC political commentators are in the nasty habit of parroting fossil fuel myths as if they are fact. This is a problem for viewers.
A forecast lull in Germany’s onshore wind installations prompts Senvion to cut its workforce by almost 20%; meanwhile, in Australia…
Many are proposing the obvious, but wrong, solution to avoiding future price hikes: develop more gas production resources. This path will fail.