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Are we in an energy revolution?
I was at a conference the other day and one of the big questions was whether we were in the middle of an energy revolution or whether it was a transition or as the German's call it an Energiewende.
Britain is most isolated grid in Europe
In case there was any doubt about why Britain needs to lay more sub-sea power cables to its neighbours, the latest data show that the country is Europe’s worst international trader in electricity.
What oil prices mean for carbon cuts
Falling oil and coal prices illustrate risks for a global low-carbon transition. First, they show that projections which often assumed rising fossil fuel prices may be wrong, especially in the long
Fast chargers to lead U.S. EV market for first time in 2015
Rapid charging technology is poised to become the new normal for electric vehicles, show new data from the United States, and a deal last year in China by the Swedish-Swiss engineering firm ABB. Th
Oil in 2015: Who will blink first: the sovereigns or U.S. drillers?
The recent fall in oil price is all to do with excess supply. How drastic the fall has been is largely down to the widely held view that OPEC and particularly Saudi Arabia would take the necessary ste
Does changing U.S. energy mix show global trend?
The latest data for annual new U.S. electricity generating capacity in 2014 shows a new energy mix emerging: dramatically shrinking coal; steady demand for new gas-fired power plants; fitful wind acco