Article about Net-Zero on Renew Economy

Dr Sioshansi has an article about the USA’s chances of reaching Net-Zero emissions on the Renew Economy website. It is titled “Net-zero America can be achieved by 2050, if not sooner, says study”. To read it, click here.

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February 2021 EEnergy Informer

The February 2021 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list:

  • Four Years Of Delusion, Denial And Deceit End
  • IEA To Focus On Net Zero In Time For COP26 In Glasgow
  • Net Zero America By 2050, If Not Sooner
  • Renewable Super-majors Emerge As Oil Loses Its Luster
  • Green Hydrogen Competitive To Blue Hydrogen Within A decade
  • Artificial Intelligence’s Rising Role In Power Sector’s Digital Future
  • Renewables Gain Global Energy Market Share
  • Solar And Storage, Distributed Or Otherwise, On The Rise
  • Reimagining The Future Of Poles & Wires
  • Book Review: Transactive Energy in California by Barrager & Cazalet
  • EEnergy Informer In The News

You can request a sample issue of EEnergy Informer here.

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New Book Review on Energy Central

The Energy Central website has a new review of Dr. Sioshansi’s latest book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand. They say:

The book explores practical ways that demand flexibility can play a constructive role as more systems move towards higher levels of renewable generation along with complementary market designs, business models, enabling technologies, policies, and regulation.

For the full review, click here. Further details about the book, and a discount code for ordering it, are available here.

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Article about California in IAEE Energy Forum

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).

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January 2021 EEnergy Informer

The January 2021 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list:

  • Paris Accord: 5 Years On
  • As The Power Sector Soars Will The Oil Sector Sink?
  • 2020: A Turning Point For Fossil Fuels
  • Making Coal History
  • Australia’s Rapid Transition Shows How It Can Be Done Elsewhere
  • Non-conventional Services Gain Traction In The Power Sector
  • OhmConnect Gets A Boost
  • Solar News: Getting Better
  • California Gets ACEEE’s Top Energy Efficiency Ranking
  • Book Review: Variable Generation, Flexible Demand
  • EEnergy Informer In The News

You can request a sample issue of EEnergy Informer here.

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Article on Behind the Meter in Energy Net Zero

Dr Sioshansi has an article on asset mangement behin the meter in the latest issue of Energy Net Zero magazine. It is titled, “Industry focusing on managing assets on customers’ premises behind the meter”. To read it, click here (PDF).

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Article about Distributed Energy Resources on Energy Central

Dr Sioshansi has an article about Distributed Energy Resources on the Energy Central website. It is titled “From DERs to iDERs”. To read it, click here.

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First Review of New Book

The first review of Dr. Sioshansi’s latest book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand, has appeared on the CA Current website. Here is a quote from it:

It highlights the need for grid operators to predict the amount of fluctuating wind and solar resources and schedule complimentary demand. This represents a major change from the traditional way in which demand was forecast and generation resources were dispatched to meet it. The book provides lessons and examples of integrating rising levels of carbon neutral resources into the grid.

For further details of the book, see here.

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December 2020 EEnergy Informer

The December 2020 issue of EEnergy Informer is now available. Here is the contents list:

  • Biden’s America On A Different Course
  • China, Japan And So. Korea Aim For Zero Carbon Future
  • Economics Of Plenty
  • SWB: Rethinking The Future Of Energy
  • IEA: Renewables To Overtake Coal By 2025
  • Coal Is Increasingly Shunned
  • Green Investing On The Rise
  • From DERs to iDERs
  • Wind: Onshore, Offshore
  • Big Oil Putting Its Eggs In Multiple Baskets
  • Behind-the-meter
  • Solar Getting Better, Cheaper
  • EEnergy Informer In The News

You can request a sample issue of EEnergy Informer here.

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The New Book Comes Early!


We are delighted to announce that Dr. Sioshansi’s new book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand, will be available early. It is now on pre-order. Here is what you can look forward to.

Traditionally the grid operators predicted demand and dispatched generation to meet it. As we move forward to a future where renewable generation accounts for the bulk of supply on the network, this paradigm is changing to one where the grid operators have to predict variable renewable generation and adjust demand to match it. This is likely to happen in more places as the percentage of renewable generation, especially solar and wind, is challenging the ability of the grid operators to keep supply and demand in balance in real time. This book examines the ways and means of developing flexible demand, which has remained largely unexplored, to play an increasing role.

Click here for more details including a Table of Contents.

You can get a 30% discount using the code ENGIN320 at the publisher’s website.

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