Why 2019 will be the year of the EV
There are five reasons why I think 2019 will become the year of the electric vehicle and why we will look back and say that 2019 was the year when we reached the tipping point: 1. Growing competiti
PGE’s pro-coal strategy in Poland under fire
The coal-heavy strategy at Poland’s biggest utility, PGE, was hit this week by a provisional European Union agreement to end coal power capacity payments from 2025, adding to the utility’s existin
Why the future is batteries!
Batteries have become an incredibly important and largely ignored part of our lives; until of course your phone runs out of batteries! Our digital lives would be impossible without batteries which
UK public pension schemes plan shift towards renewable energy infrastructure
UK local government pension schemes responsible for more than 5 million public sector workers saw asset values nudge up last year, trailing bumper stock market growth the year before, while some said
The last chance for the hydrogen economy?
The idea of the hydrogen economy goes back to the early 1970s when the scientist John Bockris began promoting the idea of using hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuels that could be used for transp
Suspension of UK’s £3.8 billion capacity market is an opportunity for re-think
Suspension of Britain’s capacity market creates the opportunity to focus on more cost-effective and forward-looking solutions for safeguarding the country’s security of supply, which are likely to