Oil & Energy Investor by Dr. Kent Moors

The Envelope Is Pushing Back in Renewable Energy Efficiency

by | published June 12th, 2019

Periodically, I evaluate progress in some new developments in renewable energy such as solar and wind power.

Part of this is due to the fascination I have had since my youth in what folks have been able to do in laboratories. Pushing the envelope has always been a hallmark of progress.

But sometimes the envelope pushes back.

Take the apparent limitations in harnessing renewable energy from nature.

To be sure, solar and wind are a major ingredient in the emergence of a new global energy balance. Despite its position in that overall balance, the solar-wind-biofuel component will comprise the largest single increase.

In public briefings, I usually illustrate forward changes in the balance in the following way

The Situation Room: When Wild Volatility Strikes the Market

by | published June 10th, 2019

Good morning, everyone, and welcome to today’s Situation Room briefing. This week will be full of algorithm calculations and geopolitical considerations, as well as preparations for my upcoming trip to London. Not to mention research and analytics into the renewable energy sector.

So, without wasting any time, let’s get to it.