Tagged with energy transition

Africa’s great leap forward

Africa’s great leap forward

We are regularly reading about important new developments in sustainable energy on the African continent. Robin Andrews provides a very good article on the IFLScience website about the sustainable energy transition underway in Africa.   Africa Set To “Leapfrog” Over Coal And Choose Renewable Energy Instead Despite America’s temporary lack of leadership on the climate … Continue reading

Grid? What grid?

Grid? What grid?

Vermont has been one of the leaders in pushing the boundaries of what is possible in promoting sustainable energy. Diane Cardwell writes in the New York Times about a new programme that allows customers to disconnect entirely from the grid. You should enjoy this. What are your views? Utility Helps Wean Vermonters From the Electric … Continue reading

India and the energy transition

India and the energy transition

Mukta Patil from IndiaSpend writes a good article on the Business Standard website about India’s ambitions in its energy transition. You should enjoy this.   India’s ambitious new energy policy draft tries to bridge dreams, reality By 2040, India’s electricity demand will rise 4.5 times over 2012 levels. While clean energy (like renewables, nuclear and … Continue reading

Turkey and the energy transition

Turkey and the energy transition

Alparslan Bayraktar, Deputy Undersecretary in Turkey’s Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources provides an opinion piece on the Daily Sabah website about the country’s needs to develop more sustainable energy infrastructure. Having just been to Turkey, there is no doubt that there are important challenges ahead for Turkey. What is not mentioned in this article … Continue reading