Blog posts with the tag: "uk energy policy"
Friday 28 March 2014
A few days after I published my blog on innovation warning about the dangers of technology hype and a lack of understanding of the realities of the innovation process, particularly in the energy sector, the Independent on Sunday provided a perfect example. Across the bottom of the front page the headline said (screamed?) “Exclusive: Renewable…
Wednesday 12 February 2014
In October 2012 the US was battered by Hurricane Sandy which affected 24 states, led to serious flooding in New York and New Jersey, caused an estimated $65 billion economic impact, the cancellation of 5,000 flights, 286 deaths and over 8 million people experiencing power cuts – some of which lasted many days. One important…
Tuesday 28 May 2013
An interesting recent research note by Liberum Capital highlighted the problems at the heart of UK energy policy and the very real risk of a crisis in electricity supply. This was of course not new news, while at Matrix I published a research note outlining the same problems – ‘The Ghost in the Machine’, 24 November…
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