In today’s episode, Liam Stoker looks at what the clean energy transition is doing to power grids in the Middle East, while Liam and Andy Colthorpe explore the Australian bush fires and the nation’s tricky relationship with coal, set against far more ambitious decarbonisation moves in Germany.
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Current± editor in chief Liam Stoker serves up his predictions for what the energy transition may hold in store for 2020.
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Today’s instalment in Current±’s series of predictions for 2020 features the expectations of Engenie chief executive Ian Johnston and Jack Dobson-Smith of the Solar Trade Association.
Current±’s series of predictions for 2020 continues with part five, featuring insight from Wärtsilä’s Jan Andersson and Low Carbon COO Juan Martin Alfonso.
Current±’s series of predictions for 2020 continues, this time featuring insight from Flexitricity founder Alastair Martin and redT commercial director Ed Porter.
Current±’s series of predictions continues, as Pod Point’s Erik Fairbairn and Good Energy chief Juliet Davenport provide their forecasts for what the energy transition holds in store for 2020.
Today's predictions for the energy transition in 2020 come from Toby Ferenczi, director of strategy at OVO Group, and Graham Ault, executive director at Smarter Grid Solutions
Solar Media's Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe take a look at the rapidly increasing solar and storage commitments from some of energy's biggest names, discuss the rise and rise of long-duration storage and try and provide some sense to the UK's general election.