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Electric vehicles & utilities’ death spiral

Discussion on the potential energy utilities’ death spiral has moved from industry articles to mainstream media. It’s a fascinating topic that has the potential to rework one of the fundamental corner blocks of modern society, electricity. Cycle started by solar … Continue reading

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Nuclear will not save the day

I am of the opinion that the world is about to face an energy crisis of somewhat epic proportions; even if the most dire impacts of the fossil fuel “peak oil” were to be postponed by rapid ramp-up of oil … Continue reading

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Expecting a minor bump; about to hit a brick wall at 200km/h

That, in a nutshell, is my take on the current state of the world when it comes to climate change and other “challenges” ahead. How to tackle it? As much as I criticized The Lean Startup book in my review … Continue reading

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The three-hour dilemma; solar PV and peak demand

Installation of residential solar PV panels is ramping up globally; in the USA, installations more than doubled in the 2nd quarter of 2012 with a nominal capacity of 5.16GW across the country now [1]. Australia, however, is comparatively far ahead … Continue reading

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