Posts Tagged ‘Should’

Fuss about nuclear reactors should educate government, people

The public deliberation commission's decision to recommend the resumption of the construction of two nuclear reactors should offer precious lessons to the government of President Moon Jae-in and the nation as a whole. Most of all, the panel's decision — by the larger-than-expected margin of 19 percentage points — shows that common sense prevails in […]

Power Producers Should Cheer Coal’s Closing Time an hour ago

Liam Denning is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering energy, mining and commodities. He previously was the editor of the Wall Street Journal's “Heard on the Street” column. View full post on Wind Power News

Nuclear plans ‘should be rethought after fall in offshore windfarm costs’

Lib Dems and green groups say reduced price of state support should sound death knell for plants such as Hinkley Point C The government is under pressure to reconsider its commitment to a new generation of nuclear power stations after the cost of offshore wind power reached a record low. Experts said green energy had […]

Politicians should get out of the energy business, says wind expert

Industrial wind turbine developments are devaluing properties, pitting neighbour against neighbour and are simply unreliable as a source of energy. These were the messages from experts from a variety of sectors impacted by wind energy, who spoke at a town hall meeting at the Davidson Centre last Tuesday to a crowd of about 200. View […]

Commentators who don’t understand the grid should butt out of the battery debate | Ketan Joshi

Criticising South Australia’s battery for not meeting peak demand is akin to raging at your smartphone because it can’t send a fax Ketan Joshi is a communications consultant for the renewable energy industry • Support our independent journalism and critical reporting on energy and the environment by giving a one-off or monthly contribution The Australian […]

Australia should invest in coal power to reduce emissions, minister says

Economists and energy analysts question environmental and economic case for Matt Canavan’s coal push Research touted by the resources minister that reportedly suggests Australia can rely on coal to meet emissions reduction has been attacked by experts and appears to have been misreported. The Australian reported on Tuesday that research conducted by the Department of […]

Why Trump Should Embrace – Not Ditch – Green Energy

Arthur van Benthem , a Wharton professor of business economics and public policy, argues in this opinion piece that the recent U.S. election should not be mistaken for a referendum on which way the country should go on the environment. The 2016 presidential election was a vote on many issues. View full post on Wind […]

Five things you should know about Jim Judge

For the first time in more than two decades, the chief executive's office at Eversource Energy in the Prudential Tower has a new occupant. But he is a familiar face to longtime employees. View full post on Wind Power News

Top regulator: Arizona should double solar, wind power

Arizona's top utility regulator thinks it is time the state consider doubling its requirements for solar and wind energy and simplifying the rules for utilities to comply. Top regulator: Arizona should double solar, wind power Arizona's top utility regulator thinks it is time the state consider doubling its requirements for solar and wind energy and […]

Next five-year plan should restrict coal use

China’s production and consumption of energy have continually increased during the 12th Five-Year Plan , especially the latter, which has experienced an annual average growth rate of about 4.7 percent, almost three times the global average growth. However, at the same time the efficiency of energy use has constantly been improved; by the end of […]