April 25 2017

Michael Bloomberg and Carl Pope Launch ‘Climate of Hope’ at BNEF Global Summit 2017

Since top down international solutions for mitigation of the worst effects of man-made climate change were abandoned, a practical and optimistic conversation has begun to permeate the international stage. Paris was a punctuation mark, clean energy cost improvements a critical encourager. At The Future of Energy Global Summit in New York City, April 24, 2017, […]

April 25 2017

Michael Liebreich State of the Industry Keynote at BNEF Global Summit 2017

Michael Liebreich, BNEF Chairman of the Advisory Board,  gives his much-anticipated ‘state of the clean energy industry’ keynote at BNEF’s Future of Energy Global Summit in New York, April 2017. View the slides of the presentation here, and watch the video below.

April 7 2017

How Will EV Charging Impact the Power System?

Analysis by Jonas Rooze & Andreas Gandolfo Electric vehicles are an agent of change for not only the vehicle owner but also power generators and the power system.  But when, and how will this change take place? This video explores the different scenarios that we will face. Will supply follow demand or vice versa? Watch our […]

April 7 2017

The Role of Natural Gas in Energy Markets

Analysis by Ashish Sethia Since the shale boom in the US in 2008, natural gas has seen its role in the energy market expanding. Known as the transition fuel or bridge fuel, natural gas is seen as a half-way between coal power and renewable energy in terms of emissions. The gas industry faces two main […]

April 7 2017

Hydrogen’s Future in Grid Transformation

Analysis by Claire Curry Is hydrogen experiencing a comeback? Hydrogen could help integrate renewables into the grid, replace natural gas heating, and contribute to decarbonizing transportation. However it still faces many obstacles such as inefficiency, high prices, and market fragmentation. Watch our Summit Short video below to find out more. Discover more of our videos on The role of […]

February 1 2017

Frontier Power Insight: webinar replay

Advances in distributed technologies at the frontiers of today’s energy system can now provide power where the traditional grid is nonexistent, inadequate, or too distant for connection. Because they are modular and scalable, technologies such as PV and electricity storage promise to provide better and more resilient services which can be installed on a small scale […]

January 11 2017

The evolution of European electricity market reform

The European power market is struggling to adapt to changes brought about by the growth of renewable sources of energy. BNEF analyst Jonas Rooze discusses the implications with power industry executives attending the BNEF Future of Energy Summit in London.

November 29 2016

BNEF’s Wu on the future of clean energy investment

The quality of air in Beijing fell short of national standards on 179 days last year. That is one reason why China is likely to continue to tackle pollution. However global investment in clean energy in the third quarter fell 43% on the year. Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Justin Wu discusses the issue on “Bloomberg […]

November 24 2016

BNEF’s Munro on possible tailwinds for clean energy under Trump

Donald Trump has been clear and vocal of his stance on climate change and several of his policies threaten to put a damper on the rapidly-growing clean energy industry. Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Stephen Munro reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

November 8 2016

Analyst Quick Take: $150bn search for growth utility

Utilities which struggle with sluggish growth due to decreasing power demand can look at adjacent industries to learn how to add value to consumers. Watch the video to learn more.


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