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Blustery times ahead for global wind
Just back from a somber affair in Amsterdam known as the Wind Europe conference & exhibition, where I had meetings with executives from companies across the wind value chain. The good news is that
UK overlooked lower costs of renewables, in Hinkley nuclear deal, says panel
Two of the UK's main public bodies overseeing public spending have now criticised the government's deal with EDF to support a new nuclear power plant, showing how Britain (and the United States tod
China understood solar, GE and Siemens never did and are now paying the price
I remember the CEO of a Chinese solar company saying to me over a decade ago that “China has no choice but to dominate global solar.” At the time, they were already well on the way to be
Should EPH, betting on a coal power future, have its cake and eat it too?
When you buy something at a discounted price, especially from a seller who understands the asset well, most of us would accept there will be strings attached. Such common sense should apply to the
Spain coal decree shows cost of power market intervention
Spain’s proposal this week to give the government a veto on power plant closures is an extreme example of power market interventions in Europe, with capacity payments to prop up gas, coal and nuclea
Pension fund capital can cut the cost of a low-carbon transition
UK-based pension funds should increase their exposure to unlisted infrastructure closer in line with leading peers in Australia and Canada, given attractive asset characteristics and rapid global grow