Month: May 2016
As it stands Germany already at times produces enough renewables to meet all of its power needs. This was the case on two Sundays in May when there was so much power available that prices went negative, meaning that generators and traders had to pay people to take that power. In fact, on the 8 … Continued
26th –27th May 2016 Gerard Reid participated as a panel member at the St.Gallen Renewables Conference The focus of this year’s St. Gallen Forum for Management of Renewable Energies: RE-Invest 2016. Gerard will be a panel member discussing “The RE investment Landscape after Paris”.
24th May 2016 Gerard Reid speaking at the Austria Energy Trend Forum in Vienna. He will also be interviewed by Austrian Media ‘Trend’ (Austria’s leading business magazine).
The Paris Agreement from last December was a major event in that it solicited national targets and common agreement on a global goal from more than 190 countries, setting the world on a common path, towards low-carbon energy alternatives. One of the impacts of this will be that countries will put in regulations pushing cleaner … Continued
19th May 2016 EDF Talk Power Briefing Bruce Huber was invited to attend EDF’s generator Talk Power Briefing..
At this time last year I felt that things were changing and that we were entering a new growth wave of solar growth that would drive valuations, new business model and excitement about the sector. And with the market anticipating the massive growth in solar demand last year (40% growth) stock prices reacted very positively … Continued
Light-emitting diodes or LEDs as they are more commonly known are becoming very common place in our homes and businesses. In former years, we knew LEDs as the small red indicator lights you see sometimes on electrical devices but today thanks to massive cost reductions and improvements in technology, LEDs are now being used for … Continued