Tagged with energy transition

The energy transition in Africa has some concerns

The energy transition in Africa has some concerns

We have read many articles recently about the deployment of renewable energy technologies in Africa but we also have to appreciate that countries such as China are investing heavily in coal plants. David Obura, Adjunct Fellow from the University of Queensland, writes about concerns about the overall environmental impact.   The environmental impact of a … Continue reading

Comments on the energy transition from Uganda

Comments on the energy transition from Uganda

It is important for us to see how others discuss the energy transition. Brian K. Katabazi, associate director of the Centre for Energy Governance writes on newvision.co.ug, Uganda’s leading daily, about the importance of renewable energy to mitigate GHG emissions.   Advancing Renewable Energy Transition Will Mitigate Climate Change The 2017 publication of the renewable … Continue reading

Thoughts about grid modernisation

Thoughts about grid modernisation

Our energy transition has many implications for our electrical systems, as we are increasingly aware of. Peter O’Connor, a Kendall Science Fellow, writes an important article on the Union of Concerned Scientists website about grid modernisation and the role of electric vehicles.   What Is Grid Modernization—and What’s the Role of Electric Vehicles? Utilities around … Continue reading