Solar industry expansion is racing ahead, but shortages of skilled labour could derail progress. Benoit Ribeaud explores how a workforce bottleneck is affecting the solar industry and calls for more action to alleviate recruitment pressure
We agree with Nithin Rajavelu – It is a strange yet exciting time to be working in the energy sector. In this fascinating blog, he outlines his four contrarian viewpoints with adopting a locational marginal pricing (LMP) model for GB.
In his latest article, Abdul Sotayo highlights some of the issues that continue to hold back progress on clean energy in Nigeria, where energy poverty remains a problem, despite the nation’s vast solar potential
Historic meteorological data is typically used to assess solar farm yield and secure project finance, but with climate change beginning to affect every aspect of society, past weather data may no longer be a reliable guide. Nastasia Pacaut looks at how PV projects can be futureproofed in a changing climate
David Thomason highlights how designing renewable energy projects for diversified revenue streams such as green ammonia can allow them to capture high electricity prices today, while protecting them from cannibalization tomorrow.
Is local manufacturing of Li-ion batteries desirable or even necessary? Jamie Shaw-Stewart explores some technical and geopolitical issues around it
There are further reforms in the works to fully unlock flexibility potential in our homes. Let’s pause, take a moment and indulge in some imagineering with Nithin Rajavelu
In his latest article, Everoze Partner Nithin Rajavelu examines what’s been happening with our energy prices recently and shares his thoughts on why the current GB energy market design doesn’t work for consumers in a Net Zero future.