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Dr. Sioshansi has an article in the new issue of Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled “SEC Proposes Greenhouse Gas Emission Disclosure Rules”. To read it, click here (PDF).
Dr. Sioshansi is one of three authors of an article about Net Metering on the California Current website. It is titled, “Guidelines For Better Net Metering; Protecting All Electricity Customers And The Climate”. To read it, click here.
Dr Sioshansi has an article in the new issue of the International Association of Energy Economics newsletter, Energy Forum. It is titled, “Glasgow’s COP26: A Cop Out Or A Baby Step Forward?”. To read it, click here (PDF).
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article about US Emissions Policy on the Renew Economy website. It is titled, “Can the US really cut its emissions in half by 2030? First, the good news…”. To read it, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article about climate change in the latest issue of Energize magazine. It is titled, “Climate change is all about inter-generational justice”. To read it, click here and go to page 37.
The seminar on “Preparing Electricity Markets for Extreme Climate Events”, held at the Australian National University and featuring Dr. Sioshansi, is now available to watch online. Here it is:
The Australian National University is getting on board with the need for electricity markets to prepare for extreme climate events. They will be running a webinar on April 22nd, titled “Preparing electricity networks for extreme climate events: Learnings from California … Continue reading
The Australian webinar, “Is NEM ready for a climate-induced crisis as in California or Texas”, at which Dr. Sioshansi was a guest speaker, is now available to view.
Dr. Sioshansi is one of the invited speakers at a webinar on climate change preparedness to be held online from Griffith University Business School in Australia on Friday March 19th. The title of the conference is: “Is NEM (National Electricity … Continue reading
Dr Sioshansi took part in an online symposium about energy communities hosted by Reutlingen University in Germany. The discussion looked at how, “so-called energy communities are emerging as part of a solution for more sustainable, low-carbon, decentralized energy systems.” A … Continue reading