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Reflecting on the new ‘solar superpowers’

Reflecting on the new ‘solar superpowers’

In an article on The Conversation website, Dénes Csala, Lecturer in Energy Storage Systems Dynamics at Lancaster University discusses who will be the super powers in solar energy in the future.  What do you think?   Why the new ‘solar superpowers’ will probably be petro-states in the Gulf Every now and then, the idea of … Continue reading

In most of the United States, it’s now become cheaper to build a new solar or wind farm than to keep an existing coal plant running

In most of the United States, it’s now become cheaper to build a new solar or wind farm than to keep an existing coal plant running

Irina Ivanova writes on the CBS News website about latest developments in the low-carbon energy transition in the US. What are your views?   How wind and solar became America’s cheapest energy source the price of renewable energy has been dropping exponentially over the past decade—and shows no sign of reversing. In most of the … Continue reading

The air conditioning challenge in the Mediterranean Basin

The air conditioning challenge in the Mediterranean Basin

Frédéric Dubessy writes on the econostrum.info website about a recent study by the World Bank to address the increasing penetration of air conditioning with the need to promote energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption.   Solar power bringing energy efficiency to Mediterranean air-conditioning Faced with an explosion in the numbers of air-conditioners in the Mediterranean … Continue reading