Month: November 2018
The idea of the hydrogen economy goes back to the early 1970s when the scientist John Bockris began promoting the idea of using hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuels that could be used for transport and stationary power generation purposes as well as an energy storage medium. Proponents argue that it is the perfect solution to … Continued
Gerard Reid presents on Energy Revolution to students at TU Berlin for course on Sustainable Innovation. Gerard’s objective was to give students a sense of the changes occurring in the energy sector and the role of government and business in this context.
Statistics tell a 1,000 stories and the following 10 stats have convinced me that we have reached a point of no return when it comes to the electrification of transport. Diesel is dead and we will electrify bikes, automobiles, busses and trucks, and there is no way that the incumbents can block the speed of … Continued
I am sure that Thomas Edison is turning in his grave as he looks down at his once great and now ailing company General Electric which has led the global electrification revolution for the last century. General Electric or GE as it is more commonly known was always synonymous with excellence but that is not … Continued