Once seen as exotic fare, offshore wind investments have become a staple diet for pension funds. The crumbs that fall from their table are these days being eagerly fought over by new types of investor with healthy appetites and new ideas. ...
An international group of companies has come together in a Danish experiment that sells the power stored in parked electric cars to the grid operator for use as frequency regulation
Theme on Energy Efficiency part 1/5: The payback period for energy saving investments can be painfully long and the risk of no payback frighteningly big. There are ways to tear down both barriers
By pricing the value of wind energy according to when it is needed most, markets stimulate the development and sale of wind turbines configured to generate output over longer periods in lower winds, reducing the variability of their production
Achieving negative emissions could bridge the gap for meeting global warming targets, but could also be a dangerous distraction
What it takes is the right information and the right prices. Energy efficiency part 5/5