Category Archives: Renewables
The disparity between recent trends and future projections is puzzling. This is a sample article from the February 2014 issue of EEnergy Informer. that is the question many independent analysts would like to know. The Energy Information Administration (EIA), is … Continue reading
Here are a couple of articles by Dr. Sioshansi that appeared on the Breaking Energy website late last year: “2013: More Solar Than Wind” “US Reaches New Oil Milestone”
Dr. Sioshansi has an article on the EU Energy Policy blog. It is titled, “Who Gets Big Subsidies? Not Renewables”. To read it, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi has had a number of articles on the Breaking Energy website recently. You can read them via the following links: Climate Change Will Cause More Grid Disruptions Regulators Avoid The Ire Of Solar Proponents Renewables Marginally More Expensive … Continue reading
No longer niche players. For those who continue to discount renewable energy resources as niche players, the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) latest Medium-term renewable energy market report (MTRMR) predicts that electricity generation from hydro, wind, solar and other renewable sources … Continue reading
The marginal cost is mere noise, or a loud thunder? This is a sample article from the July 2013 issue of EEnergy Informer. California, the most populous state in America, has the most ambitious renewable portfolio standard (RPS) — 33% … Continue reading
The South African website, EE Publishers, has reprinted an article by Dr. Sioshansi from EEnergyInformer. The article is titled, “Aside from a few minor issues 4-million turbines is all it takes”. To read it click here.
Researchers are pushing the envelope on renewables This is a sample article from the November 2012 issue of EEnergy Informer. President Obama’s latest book, no longer selling briskly, was titled “The Audacity of Hope.” A new genre of studies on … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article on the current state of renewable generation in Europe over at AOL Energy. He notes that the EU is on track to exceed its 2030 renewable generation target.