Category Archives: Renewable Energy

ENERGY INDEPENDENCE FOR UKRAINE?

Tweet Issues of energy efficiency and sustainable energy production may have featured less prominently in the recent unrest, but they may present the greatest long-term opportunity for Kiev to seize control of its own fortunes. European investment can also play … Continue reading

Circular economies: a new industrial model, not “business as usual”

Tweet The move from linear business models to circular ones is an exciting development. More and more companies are rejecting the “business as usual” model by maximizing the value extracted from resources and reusing them to generate new products as well as by … Continue reading

Climate strategy is a welfare issue

Tweet Europe is facing a shift political agendas. This transition will place greater focus on welfare, in both the short- and long-term, and in both policy and action. The organizations and individuals involved in social dialogue feel that the political … Continue reading

A Question of Leadership

Tweet As regular readers of my blog will know, the reasons to embrace sustainability range from the moral (think: averting climate chaos) through to the hardheaded (think: job creation). Regrettably, one vital incentive is missing: government backing. Despite what the … Continue reading

Sweden will not fear a new oil crise – less dependent on oil…..

Tweet The Swedish newspaper – Dagens Industri – wrote in an article this weekend that the world price of crude oil is highest ever measured in Swedish kronor. Even taking inflation into account the oil is more expensive today than it was during the oil crises of 1970 – century. On friday, Financial Times write in … Continue reading

European renewable energy market

Tweet On friday the 24th of February the European Commission invite stakeholders for consultation in preparation of the 2012 Renewable Energy Strategy. As recently pointed out in the Commission’s Energy Roadmap 2050, renewable energy sources will play a major part in … Continue reading