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VIP Comment

Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s VIP Comment is a monthly thought piece that provides commentary from senior figures within the company. Michael Liebreich, Chief Executive, and Angus McCrone, Chief Editor, are regular contributors, espousing on a broad range of issues such as energy policy, global trends in energy finance, emerging energy technologies and the outlook for investment.

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McCrone: Upbeat Summit hears of the “age of plenty but also competition”
Henbest: Fix the EU ETS, and carbon markets can be serious business
Young: Summit 2015 to focus on the “four pillars” of the electric utility
Liebreich: 10 predictions for clean energy in 2015
Liebreich: Predicting oil prices is difficult, particularly ones in the future
Liebreich: The energy system in 2014 – did the ice really crack?
McCrone and Bullard: Fossil Fuel Divestment – Slippery transition or financial shock?
Liebreich: Nuclear – the thin end of a failing wedge
McCrone: Green bonds – Where’s the beef?
Liebreich: Climate change talks – the rocky road to Paris
McCrone: Six eye-catchers in our 2030 picture of world energy
Bhavnagri: What the world can learn from Australia’s low-carbon agonies
McCrone: Competitiveness is not just about reducing technology costs
McCrone: Summit 2014 saw clean energy on the attack
Liebreich: Historic shift to cheap clean energy is being held back by over-regulation
Bullard: Summit 2014 to debate “Phase Change” in world energy
Liebreich: A year of cracking ice: 10 predictions for 2014
Liebreich: Energy transition advanced in 2013, though it may not feel like it