Dr. Sioshansi has a new article in Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled, “MIT: Future is Solar”. To read it, click here (PDF).
The June 2015 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list:
- From Scarcity To Abundance Of Power
- Forget Peak Oil, Focus On Peak Demand
- What Utility Future, Which Business Model?
- Tesla: Future Is On The Wall
- DOE: Future Is Resilient Energy Infrastructure
- MIT: Future Is Solar
- NREL: Future Is Not Just Any Solar But Shared Solar
- Borenstein: Future Not Necessarily Distributed?
- When All Else Fails Gold Plate The Network
- California Tinkering With Residential Rates
- Learning To Live With Over-generation
- Zero Net Energy Homes: Here Today, Affordable Tomorrow
- Book review – Electricity vs. Fire: The Fight For Our Future
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article in Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled, “Climate hot in Paris”. To read it, click here (PDF).
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 2030
- Are EVs As Green As Claimed?
- Wind Will Contribute To EPA’s Clean Power Plan
- EV Charging: Growth Business
- Hand In Hand: Energy Productivity And Economic Prosperity
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article in Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled, “As demand falls so do utility revenues”. To read it, click here (PDF).
Dr. Sioshansi has an article in the latest issue of California Current magazine. It is titled, “The Value of the Grid”. To read it, click here (PDF).
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Dr. Sioshansi has an article in USAEE Dialogue, the magazine of the United States Association for Energy Economics. The article is titled, “US Energy Efficiency On The Rise”. To read it, click here.
The May 2015 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list:
- New York Redefines Distribution Business
- California Redesigning Retail Tariffs
- OPEC Minus The E?
- Australia Passes Multiple Milestones
- Climate Hot In Paris
- Global Wind Capacity Tops 370 GW
- DOE’s Updated Vision Upbeat On Wind
- Coal’s Demise: Beginning Of The End Or End Of The Beginning?
- AREVA And EPR Under Pressure
- Japan’s Nuclear Policy In Limbo
- Solar Grid Parity: Closer Than You Thought
- Book Review: Power Shift
If current consumption patterns persist, there will be little left to export
OPEC, as everyone knows, stands for Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, an oil-rich 12-member club, mostly in the Middle East and Africa plus Venezuela and Ecuador. Historically, they produced a lot and consumed relatively little — which meant that most of what they produced could be exported, hence the E in OPEC. But as their population and domestic energy consumption balloons, exacerbated by heavy subsidies (graph below), the proportion that could be exported shrinks over time. It is bad news for the affected governments, especially now that oil prices are at historical lows.