July 31 2014

McCrone: Six eye-catchers in our 2030 picture of world energy

By Angus McCrone Chief Editor Bloomberg New Energy Finance To download the full VIP Comment in PDF format, click here. Spotting important details on a large canvas can be difficult, whether it is Suleiman The Magnificent sitting anachronistically at a table in Paolo Veronese’s The Wedding at Cana or, in a different art form, Elon […]

July 4 2014

Bhavnagri: What the world can learn from Australia’s low-carbon agonies

By Kobad Bhavnagri Head of Australia Bloomberg New Energy Finance To download the full VIP Comment in PDF format, click here. Australia is home to a whole host of weird and wonderful animals. Enormous, flightless birds. Mammals that lay eggs. Trees that only germinate saplings after fires and stocky birds that love to swim. Its […]

May 29 2014

McCrone: Competitiveness is not just about reducing technology costs

By Angus McCrone Chief Editor Bloomberg New Energy Finance To download the full VIP Comment in PDF format, click here. Funny how the same product can taste a lot better, or worse, depending on the location: an Italian ice cream provides delicious relief on a mercilessly hot and humid afternoon in New York, but is […]

April 30 2014

McCrone: Summit 2014 saw clean energy on the attack

By Angus McCrone Chief Editor Bloomberg New Energy Finance To download the full VIP Comment in PDF format, click here. The 2014 World Cup, which kicks off in Sao Paulo in six weeks’ time, will serve up the usual struggle between teams that like to attack and teams that prefer to defend. Sometimes, it is […]

March 5 2014

Liebreich: Historic shift to cheap clean energy is being held back by over-regulation

Clean energy technologies are reaching a tipping point where they are competitive with incumbent fossil fuel solutions. However, statist regulatory approaches which mandate their use and stifle competition are keeping their prices unnecessarily high and holding back adoption.

February 25 2014

Bullard: Summit 2014 to debate “Phase Change” in world energy

By Nathaniel Bullard Director of Content Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit Twitter: @SolarConstant Click here to download the full VIP Comment in PDF. Our electricity system is a century old in concept and regulation, and in some cases physically as well. Its existence is predicated on solidity. Infrastructure is massive and fixed. Business models are […]

January 29 2014

Liebreich: A year of cracking ice: 10 predictions for 2014

And so it is January, time for me to put down on paper what I think the year ahead will bring to the clean energy sector. Last year I talked about clean energy having lived through its Battle of Borodino moment, and surviving to regroup. I am going to stick with Russia this year, but shift scenes.

December 18 2013

Liebreich: Energy transition advanced in 2013, though it may not feel like it

By Michael Liebreich Chief Executive Bloomberg New Energy Finance Download PDF here. Yes, it is the time of year when I have to pour a stiff drink, pull up a copy of the predictions I made at the start of the year, and see how many I nailed and how many turned out to be […]

November 26 2013

McCrone: Identify all elements of the energy puzzle, then look for answers

By Angus McCrone Chief Editor Bloomberg New Energy Finance Download PDF here. A few years ago, I spent a good half hour at a school parents’ quiz sweating over a question that posed the riddle “What is greater than God, more evil than the Devil, the poor have it, the rich need it, and if […]

October 30 2013

Liebreich: FiRe will light up the path to harnessing finance

In 1939, at the start of World War II, the countries that went on to defeat the Axis powers produced a total of 20,463 military aircraft of all sorts. By 1944, the final full year of the war, they were producing over 163,000. At the same time, performance improved dramatically: Britain’s iconic Spitfire boasted a […]

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