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Future prospects for wind look very positive
I recently visited Wind Energy Hamburg where I spent a day walking around and meeting executives in companies across the wind value chain. It was a much more buoyant show that the same event last ye
Time to re-think Britain’s capacity market
Britain introduced a capacity market in 2014 to safeguard security of supply as the country transitioned to more variable, low-carbon sources like wind and solar power, but it looks increasingly like
Why we need a blackout
There is a lot of talk of cyber-security in the media and nearly all of us have had a computer virus or have been in some way affected by a cyber-attack, but for most of us they have not been that ser
Poland’s PGE should accelerate its coal diversification plans
Poland’s biggest utility, PGE, should accelerate plans to diversify away from coal, as surging carbon prices underscore risks gathering around its present PLN 21 billion ($5.6 billion) coal power in
Who will be the winners in the race to develop successful energy platform businesses??
One stop digital interfaces such as Amazon as well as the growing use of smart phones and other internet based platforms such as Spotify and Facebook are impelling companies across the world to change
Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, and Renewable Energy
2008 was a watershed year for the global economy. At the same time that the market meltdown was happening, the birth of cryptocurrencies brought us Bitcoin, the first of the flood of cryptocurrencies