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Taking A Step Back Brings Energy Revolution Clearly Into Focus

November 25, 2015 by Dennis Wamsted

Energy Revolution Analysis

It is very easy to get lost in the day-to-day minutia of the revolution currently under way in the energy industry. But two recent reports, one highlighting where we’ve been and the second pointing to where we are going, are a useful grounding tool.[read more]

The Revolution will be Solarized

April 7, 2015 by EDF Energy Exchange

Is the Future a Solar One?

There’s a clean energy revolution happening in California, which is not only producing the most solar power in the country – 8.5 gigawatts, enough to power two million homes – it’s producing more solar power than the rest of the country combined.[read more]

The Two Energy Revolutions Are Progressing in Tandem

September 22, 2014 by Geoffrey Styles

Last year I wrote about the two major energy revolutions happening globally, the shale revolution--mainly in the US--and the renewable energy revolution, focused more on technologies than geography but with big concentrations in Europe and increasingly Asia and the Americas.[read more]

China's Continuing Renewable Energy Revolution

April 9, 2014 by Hao Tan

China's Renewables Revolution

China’s renewable energy revolution moves ahead, with 2013 as an inflection point where scales tipped more to electricity generated from renewables. This means that its energy security is being enhanced, while carbon emissions from the power sector can be expected to soon start to fall.[read more]