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The Future of Energy in Turkey

May 19, 2014 by David Kroodsma
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Turkey's Energy Future

Turkey's economy has transformed over the past few decades. In 1960 the country's GDP per capita was just over $250, roughly the level of the poorest country on earth today. Now the average Turk is more than 40 times wealthier. Turkey is, by many standards, a developed nation.[read more]

If Canada Opens the Spigot on Drilling, These Oil Services Companies Could Climb: Interview with Tom Varesh

March 18, 2014 by Jim Patrick

Tom Varesh was rated the #1 Ranked Industrials Analyst by Bloomberg in 2010 and 2011. He was the #1 Ranked Canadian Industrials analyst in 2010 by First Coverage Equity Research Analyst and has worked as an analyst for over 10 years at two different investment banks.[read more]

Advances in Graphene R&D Portend Significant Changes for Energy

March 18, 2014 by Christine Hertzog
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Gamechanging technologies don’t just happen overnight. There’s usually substantial time and money invested in basic research and development, a temporary lull as R&D moves into commercialization, and then an infusion of that technology in different product forms into existing infrastructure.[read more]

California Marks First Anniversary of Cap-and-Trade

November 14, 2013 by Lucas Bifera

In the year since California launched the nation’s largest greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program, the state has proven that climate change action can be led by states and can even spread across national borders.[read more]

Record Year Blows United Kingdom Small Wind Energy Installations Past 102MW

October 28, 2013 by Silvio Marcacci
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Small UK Wind Farms

2012 turned out to be a huge year for small wind in the United Kingdom, as the industry nearly doubled in size to pass £105 million in total value. The record year of installations is creating economic tailwinds for the UK’s green economy and a more resilient energy system.[read more]

Solving Energy Poverty With Solar Light Bulbs: Nokero Product Review

October 19, 2013 by Silvio Marcacci
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Energy Poverty and Light

Can solar-powered light bulbs help end energy poverty for the 1.3 billion people who live without electricity? Maybe, if Nokero has anything to say about it. The company has launched a new series of solar-powered lights designed to replace the use of kerosene and other fuels for lighting.[read more]

US Geothermal Lags Behind While Kenya Sprints Ahead

October 10, 2013 by Tina Casey

Kenya and Geothermal

According to a new report from the Geothermal Energy Association, Kenya is set to stake out turf as the global geothermal leader with about 1,000 megawatts currently under development, more than one-fourth of which is already under construction.[read more]

Loads of Good, Clean Biogasoline From a Dirty Little Bug

October 1, 2013 by Tina Casey

Biogas and a Bug

A team of scientists at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology has been tweaking the metabolic pathway of the notorious bacteria Escherichia coli to make it squeeze out gasoline. If you’re thinking that’s been done before, well, not exactly.[read more]

Will Energy Storage Save the Grid?

September 30, 2013 by James Greenberger
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It has long been assumed that the rise of distributed generation is a good thing for the grid and for the electricity storage business, but both assumptions should be questioned. For a grid largely based on distributed generation will have benefits, it will also have drawbacks.[read more]

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Transforming China's Grid: Sustaining the Renewable Energy Push

September 24, 2013 by Michael Davidson
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Renewables in China

China's deployment of renewable electricity generation is truly unprecedented. But facing the challenges of inefficient deployment and huge projected costs to support expected growth, what has worked in the past may not in fact be sustainable.[read more]

Waiting for the Digital Electrical Grid: Why Haven’t Utilities Made More Progress?

August 29, 2013 by Earl Simpkins
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You’ve probably heard that digital technologies are revolutionizing electrical systems across the country, promising new services and lower prices for customers. But unless you work for an electric utility, you probably haven’t seen any concrete benefits from the smart grid.[read more]

EU Energy Briefing: The Major Developments of 2013 [VIDEO]

July 25, 2013 by Kasper Peters

EU Energy Developments

In this latest Brussels Briefing on Energy, Hughes Belin, leading energy journalist for viEUws, provides an overview of the developments in the field of EU energy policy that have marked 2013 so far, including safety at offshore oil and gas, nuclear safety, and alternative fuels.[read more]

Collaboration on Shale Gas Development A Step Toward Pragmatism

April 7, 2013 by Keith Schneider
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shale gas collaboration

 

Whether the collaborative will produce meaningful advances in production practices remains unknown. But the center's formation is a significant step toward much-needed political and social pragmatism in shale development.[read more]

On Energy and Climate Change Issues, Mixed Messages

April 7, 2013 by David Hone
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There is a bewildering array of messages on climate change. It is little wonder that policy makers, the public, academia and NGOs are collectively at a loss as to how to take the climate issue forward.[read more]

Energy Industry Faced with a Possible Workforce Shortage

March 23, 2013 by Sarah Battaglia

The energy industry may be booming, but the amount of skilled workers seems to be dwindling. The industry is looking at a possible shortage of employees within the next decade.[read more]