Daily Archives: March 15, 2019

Energy Transition Highlights From CERAWeek

By [email protected] Energy experts and government representatives met this week in Houston to discuss the state of the energy industry at IHS Markit’s annual CERAWeek. The conference has historically been a convening of thinkers in conventional fossil fuels, but this year the industry also grappled with a theme that’s gaining more attention across the sector:…

How to Value a Solar Development Pipeline, Part 2

By [email protected] Recently, in a quiet moment between energy transactions, I pondered: When does a solar project become a solar project? It’s a philosophical question perhaps. Thankfully (and not surprisingly) my colleagues in engineering had a few opinions. While no two opinions were the same (also not surprising), each opinion did tie to one concept…

Why We Need More Women in the Renewable Energy Sector

By Emily Folk Climate change is an ever-present threat, and the renewable energy sector is on the front lines of the fight for the planet. Still, the industry has failed to acknowledge the advantage of employing women in their endeavors.Women are particularly attuned to the state of the environment, as about 69.. Click headline for…

US Coal Generation Expected To Continue Steady Decline, Claims EIA

By Joshua S Hill The US Energy Information Administration’s latest Short-Term Energy Outlook was published this week, revealing electricity generation from coal in the United States will average 25% in 2019 and 23% in 2020, down from 27% in 2018 and continuing its steady decline to irrelevance. Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

Shell Rebukes Trump & Doubles Down On Electricity

By Joshua S Hill British-Dutch oil major Royal Dutch Shell has made it clear this week that, at least publicly, it has no interest in doing business as usual, rebuking US President Donald Trump and his administration to tighten methane while at the same time announcing it plans to be the largest power company in…

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