December 16, 2021

Good, Green Energy – What are My Options

There are three main options. First, green tariffs which are offered by suppliers at a premium. In most cases, they…
September 10, 2020

A Question of Balance

Why balancing the grid has been getting more expensive There’s plenty of good news about Britain’s electricity supplies. Carbon emissions…
July 5, 2019

Destination Green

Once again, it’s almost holiday season, and just like any journey you might take, you need a roadmap, a plan…
July 1, 2019

Oil prices above $65/bbl prior to OPEC Meeting – Energy Flashback – Week 26

Oil prices were above $65/bbl last week, and a lot else has been going on in the week prior to the…
June 19, 2019

BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2019

BP has published its Statistical Review of World Energy for the year 2018. The study is a yearly aggregation of…
June 18, 2019

LNG on the Rise – Energy Flashback – Week 24

This week, we welcomed some new LNG cargoes as well as some changes in LNG export numbers. Many markets and…
June 7, 2019

Research Spending is Stagnating for Renewables

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has updated its Energy Technology Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D) Budget Database. The database illustrates…
May 29, 2019

EY Renewables Index Places China and United States in Top Positions

The latest EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI) shows that China and the United States remain at the top…
April 2, 2019

Government Data Shows an Increase in Renewables and a Decline in Emissions

Provisional 2018 statistics published by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) confirms that 2018 was a record…