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Friday 28 March 2014

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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

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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

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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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