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Can corporates replace public support for renewables in Europe?
A new, five-year power purchase agreement between Anglo-Dutch oil company Shell and a UK solar farm is an example of a corporate sector purchase of renewable power, but there is a long way to go befor
Spain’s energy regulator rejects government plan to prop up coal
Spain’s energy regulator has rejected an attempt by the government to prop up the nation’s oldest and most polluting coal power plants, stating that Spain’s massive over-capacity means it can sa
My “wild” energy predictions for 2018 – Laurent Segalen
As is customary, every respected or self-proclaimed expert comes with its predictions for the new year. These predictions are usually for more of the same, more or less. Hence, here are my slightly
What exactly is energy? The simple answer is solar.
I was recently asked what energy was, to which I spouted out the school textbook definition I had learned many years ago: “the ability to do work.” But after a few follow up questions from my frie
Energy in 2017 in numbers
2017 proved to be an exciting year in energy but rather than telling you about why the oil price went up and why renewables are booming we decided to put down on paper some interesting statistics and
The Great Biomass Swindle?
The general held view is that the use of biomass, and particularly wood, for energy purposes is carbon neutral, meaning that any CO2 that is released through the harvesting and burning of that biomass