Opinion & analysis
Understanding India's solar transition under the new government
In the lead-up to Intersolar India, which runs November 18-20, Jasmeet Khurana of Bridge to India examines the latest developments in India's dynamic PV sector.
Brazil: Do PV power purchase agreements fulfill market standards?
Rosa Tarragó examines the state of power purchase agreements in Brazil.
Scotland says YES ... to community energy!
The Scottish population may have voted narrowly against independence last month, but it is already taking more control of its own energy.
Comment: Why is Hinkley a bad deal for the UK consumer?
The world of energy is changing. The world's largest private bank, UBS, has recently advised its clients that large centralised power stations (like Hinkley) are not the future -- solar power, electric cars and cheaper storage batteries are. Meanwhile, tech leaders Google have invested $3.2bn in Nest, a smart home energy company.
Is Bill Gates behind the times on renewable energy?
Bill Gates has done a wonderful job of highlighting the critical role of energy in the fight against poverty. Energy impacts every sector, from agriculture and education to economic development. In the health sector alone, over 1 billion people go to health clinics without electricity, which means that staff are forced to "treat emergency patients in the dark, and health centers lack the power they need to store vaccines or sterilize medical supplies."
The case for long-duration energy storage
Hugues Chanoine of European consultancy Clean Horizon examines the strong potential for long duration energy storage and compares various technologies.
Retain RET to keep green energy on Team Australia
When Tony Abbott claimed victory for the Coalition in the 2013 election before a euphoric crowd of supporters, he was quick to proclaim that Australia was once again open for business.