Category Archives: California
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
Dr. Sioshansi’s latest book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand, has a lengthy review in the latest edition of Energy Net Zero magazine. The editor, Neil Mearns, opinines that the book is expecially timely given recent incidents of grid failure in California … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article in the new isses of the International Association for Energy Economics online newsletter, Energy Forum. It is titled, “California’s Outages Blamed On Warming Climate”. To read it, click here (PDF).
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article about California on the Energy Central website. It is titled, “Who Turned Off the Lights?”. To read it, click here.
As the Caifornia ISO continues to struggle with issues caused by heat waves, Dr. Sioshansi has been interviewed about the situation by the German website, Next Kraftwerke. To read the interview, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article about California on the Renew Economy website. It is titled, “California heatwave catches grid operator unprepared”. To read it, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article about California on the Renew Economy website. It is titled, “California’s glide to renewable energy nirvana”. To read it, click here.
A video recording of Dr. Sioshansi’s webinar for the Club Español de la Energia is now available to view (see below). Although the content is largely similar to the Australian webinar, the audience questions are different.
Dr. Sioshansi will be giving a webinar for the Club Español de la Energia tomorrow. Details are here. Places are limited, but the content will be similar to that of the Australian webinar which is available to view here.