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The October 2020 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list: California Outages Could Have Been Easily Avoided Who Turned Off The Lights? Could Have, Should Have Debate Rampant Wind: The Renewable Workhorse Keeps On Giving … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article on renewables in the latest issue of Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled, “Corporations cannot get enough of a Good Thing”. To read it, click here (PDF).
A recent issue of Energy Spectrum magzine contained a review of Dr. Sioshansi’s book, Innovation and Disruption at the Grid’s Edge. To read it, click here (PDF).
The February 2016 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list: With $25 Oil, All Bets Are Off COP21 – The Force Awakens Time To Reboot Rooftop Solar PV Schemes California Regulators Expected To Modify Net … Continue reading
The January 2016 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list: From City Of Light: Light At The End Of Tunnel Fossil Fuel Divestments Begin To Bite Coal’s Terminal Decline: Slow But Inevitable Stranded Assets? Think … Continue reading
The slides from the recent London conference on the future of utilities that Dr. Sioshansi hosted in collaboration with Cornwall Energy are now available for download from the Cornwall Energy website.
The March 2015 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list: Centralized Or Distributed Future: It Is Not Either Or Home Not Just Castle But Power Source NRG: Utility Of Future? Half New US Capacity Renewable … Continue reading
The January 2015 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list: E.ON Drops The Old, Embraces The New Eurelectric Concedes Renewables’ Rise Florida Regulators Take Not One But Two Steps Backwards NextEra Energy To Turn Hawaii … Continue reading
On Wednesday 23 April Cornwall Energy and Menlo Energy Economics will host a joint event at the Institute of Directors in London to examine the impact of increasing levels of distributed generation on the traditional utilities’ business model. In addition … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article about the German electricity market available on the EU Energy Policy blog. It is titled “The Gains And Pain Of Energiewende”. To read it click here.