Category Archives: Renewables
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article on the Renew Economy website. It is titled “How Hawaii intends to become 100% renewable by 2045”. To read it, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi has several new articles on the Breaking Energy website. Utility Business Not As Usual If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them Another US Nuclear Plant Shuts Down Half New US Capacity Renewable In 2014 Wind: 2,000 GW By … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article in Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled, “New headache: over-generation”. To read it (PDF), click here.
Deutschland appears to be on path to a more renewable and affordable future A lot has been written about Germany’s energiewende or turnaround since Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government’s abrupt decision to phase out the country’s perfectly safe operating reactors by … Continue reading
In the latest issue of Energy Spectrum magazine Dr. Sioshansi has an article titled, “Renewables catching up with nuclear power: surprised?”. To read it, click here (PDF).
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article on the Breaking Energy website. It is titled “The More Renewables You Have The More Transmission You’ll Need”. To read it, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi is a regular contributor to the Breaking Energy website. Here are some recent articles of his that have been posted there: Ignoring Climate Change Is Risky Business War on Coal – Already Lost Nuclear Construction: Never On Time, … Continue reading
Which has done better, or worse, in their respective energy turnaround. This is a sample article from the July 2014 issue of EEnergy Informer. California and Germany may seem rather dissimilar in many respects. But when it comes to their … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article in the latest edition of Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled It is titled “State of retail electricity markets″. To read it, click here (PDF).
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