Category Archives: Energy

Skin in the game

by Judith Curry

Some reflections on my transition from academic climate research to private sector weather forecasting and regional climate change assessments.

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The two-faced ‘reality’ of a clean energy future

by Judith Curry

Michael Liebrich has written an extremely insightful (not to mention clever) article  entitled It’s a new year and time to face reality.

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Pragmatic energy policy recommendations for the Trump administration

by David Gattie

The need for pragmatism, stability and resilience in energy policy for the U.S. power sector.

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Trumping the climate

by Judith Curry

So  . . . what can we expect from the Trump administration on environment/climate/energy?

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Vehicular decarbonisation – two new technologies to watch

by Rud Istvan

This post addresses issues related to  ‘vehicular decarbonization’. It is  an energy storage insider’s narrative of how tough a slog developing some of the requisite applied science technologies has been over the past decades. It is a saga of research twists and turns, abject failures, near misses, and ‘before its time’ inventions.

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Week in review – energy and policy edition

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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Clean energy emergency

by Judith Curry

Right about now would be a good time for people who care about climate change to acknowledge our clean energy crisis. – Mike Shellenberger

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