Tagged with renewable energy

India’s energy transition: artificial intelligence providers claim they can improve the efficiency of renewable energy

India’s energy transition: artificial intelligence providers claim they can improve the efficiency of renewable energy

It is encouraging how some countries are embracing one technology to take advantage of another.  Clyde Russell writes on the Reuters website about India’s efforts to use AI to exploit its renewable energy potential.   Can AI solve renewable energy’s problems? India may show the way One of humankind’s most enduring weaknesses is to assume … Continue reading

Renewables in the energy transition – “It’s not that we need new ideas, but we need to stop having old ideas.”

Renewables in the energy transition – “It’s not that we need new ideas, but we need to stop having old ideas.”

Richard Perez, Senior Research Associate in Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York and Karl R. Rabago, Professor of Law; Executive Director, Pace Energy and Climate Center, at Pace University write on The Conversation website about a novel way to approach renewable energy development. What do you think?   A … Continue reading

Looking at the cost of renewable energy

Looking at the cost of renewable energy

There’s a new working paper that was covered by Axios this week which makes some rather bold claims about the high cost of policies that require a certain percentage of power to be generated from renewable sources. Whether those claims will stand up to peer-review, though, is yet to be seen. This is explained in … Continue reading