Fracking in the UK-Energy Security and Financial Prosperity
Should the United Kingdom dive into the fracking wishing well? A few considerations must be taken into account first.
Big Data Analytics Could Revolutionise Fracking
Data analytics is going to help oil and gas companies find drilling locations which will maximise production levels and reduce environmental effects.
Utilities must adapt to a changing environment
EU utilities are worth half a trillion less due to the economic turndown and the introduction of renewables and micro-generation.
Is the UK Power Industry Having its Cake and Eating It Too? A Special Report
Utilities need to make money in order to run effectively but should there be an earnings limit?
Energy Efficiency Needs A Shift In Customer Behavior
Energy consumption is on the increase thanks to strong economic growth, and with dwindling energy sources, this has become a crisis for the energy sector. The time has come to convince consumers to save energy.
Electricity storage is a strategic investment in the power network
The challenges of the power network arise from meeting the concurrent objectives of low cost, low environmental impact and system security. We have a range of technical and commercial solutions available to use, and as technologies emerge and evolve we can consider more options to achieve these objectives.
It's A Utility Jim, But Not As You Know It…
The Engerati panel from ‘taxpayer’ to customer gives an overview of what is driving the customer centric utility.
Carbon Junk Bonds the demise of the Energy Trading Scheme
With carbon allowances below the level of junk bonds, perhaps it’s time for the European Union to restructure its climate change strategy.
Argentina’s Untapped Potential: The Incipient Incorporation of Renewables to the Grid
In spite of its world class wind speeds & unique solar radiation, major challenges curb possibilities of developing renewable energy market
Technology: Key To Enable Energy Saving And Reaching The 2020 Target
Consumer engagement is imperative to optimize energy savings and reach the stipulated 20% energy savings by 2020 at EU level. ESMIG believes energy consumption feedback and control technologies are essential to achieve energy consumption savings far above those typically experienced in pilots to date, on the premise that the consumer is educated, encouraged and assisted in the process.
Renewables: Do Markets Beat Regulation? – A European Utility Week Pod Cast
Covering market conditions for the integration of renewables. A Pod Cast Interview with Stephen Woodhouse, Director Pöyry Management Consulting (UK) Limited.