Monthly Archives: December 2013

Why Is UK Paying So Much For New Nukes?

Because nukes are expensive, lumpy and risky investments. This is a sample article from the November 2013 issue of EEnergy Informer. Negotiations to finalize a deal announced in late October between the UK government, Electricite de France (EDF) and Chinese … Continue reading

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Article on the German Market

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.

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More Australia Coverage

Another stop on Dr. Sioshansi’s Australia trip was the Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook 2013 conference in Sydney. His talk there was on the future of traditional utilities and it is reported here under the title, “Is it already too … Continue reading

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Dr. Sioshansi in Australia

In October Dr. Sioshansi vsited Australia and gave a talk titled “What future energy? Decline of fossil fuels, rise of renewables, promise of decentralized generation” at the Port Macquarie Library. The event was organized by RDA Mid North Coast and … Continue reading

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December 2013 EEnergy Informer

The December 2013 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list: US Reaches News Oil Milestone European Utilities Ring Alarm Bells How To Lose Half A Trillion Euros The Gains And Pains Of Germany’s Energiewende RWE: … Continue reading

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