Are we seeing the end or the new beginnings of nuclear?
I was at a conference recently where a senior executive from the Russian nuclear company Rosatom gave a presentation on their two new 1.2GW third generation nuclear reactors in Kallingrad, the Russian
It’s time to tax carbon
It is clear to me that low carbon technologies such as solar and storage will become so cheap that they will enable a shift away from fossil fuels. In the coming years, we will see renewables increasi
UK’s French Connection shows value of cross-border links
Recently, there has been rising agreement that new investment in interconnectors is vital to solve the riddle of achieving a secure and affordable low-carbon power supply. That is no more true than
UK grid withstands sharp drop in coal, undermining capacity market drive
Stability and security of the electricity network is a growing preoccupation among policymakers, regulators and utilities, and the media and public, as an energy sector transformation continues.
Apple, 3D Sensors and Autonomous Cars
If you have ever played with the Xbox Kinect, you will have a good idea of what a 3D sensor can do! If you have not, you should because using the Kinect will you give an idea of how close this technol
2017 will become the year that wireless charging went mainstream
The mass of wires that make up our modern lives is quite unbelievable. My house is full of plugs, extension leads, power cables, transformer boxes and charging devices. And charging the range of digit