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?
Just as the traditional TV, satellite and cable TV business are losing market share to newcomers, incumbent utilities can expect increased competition on the grid‘s edge.
People in 2030 are likely to look back to 2016 as just the start of massive solar uptake across the globe.
Why build a roof and then add solar panels to that roof? Why not simply make the roof and the solar panels one and the same?
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.”
Steve Holliday, CEO of National Grid, believes the idea of using large coal-fired or nuclear power stations for baseload power is outdated.
The question of how to deal with rapid growth in rooftop solar PV boils down to having efficient and smart price signals – not just for consumers and prosumers but for everyone upstream of the meter.
The value of distributed solar depends on assumptions on benefits and costs. Just don’t forget the benefits.
Hawaii has signed up to most ambitious renewables target of any US state – 100%. If any state can do it with little pain, it is Hawaii