"Disruption will happen either to you or because of you"
The electrification of fleets is coming
We have been using heat from under the earth’s surface for bathing and wellness purposes for thousands of years.
Mapping the impact of COVID-19 across all sectors and geographies
An analysis of current geopolitical and industry backdrop of the fight for the control of global oil
Energy Big Oil
The dichotomy that is facing Oil Companies futures
Why Larry Fink's comments are the watershed moment
Why are energy crops reaching a slow demise?
Navigating the paradoxes governing the energy world
China understood the importance of solar; GE and Siemens never did and are now paying the price
Since the financial crisis in 2008, we have seen massive growth in global energy supply...
Hydrogen and fuel cells seem to be in the news again.
Developments over the last years in the solar sector have been unbelievable
Digitalization is the flavour of the month when it comes to energy companies.
A poor electric vehicle strategy has placed the entire industry at risk
When Elon Musk announced the 2017 launch of a $35,000 electric car it created unprecedented demand
... but many producers will not survive
Electricity generation and power distribution could go back to the way it was in the 1800s
There are five key technologies, the 5 S’s of semiconductors, sensors and software, as well as solar and storage...
The mass of wires that make up our modern lives is quite unbelievable.
Here are five reasons why
What they mean for the worlds of energy and transport
Why Bosch and the wider investor community should not be comparing batteries to solar
The fraught relationship between cows and climate change
Electricity has become the most important energy source we know.
50% of total energy consumption globally is used to produce heat for our homes, industry and other applications.
... and for once, it has nothing to do with Tesla
Protecting China's economy by reducing the dependence on foreign energy
Government and regulators need to be aware of how susceptible our systems are to cyber attack.
It looks good for Tesla but not for Germany
Our reliance on batteries is only going to increase.
Investor risks missing the growth opportunities in the energy space.
Five reasons why 2019 will become the year of the electric vehicle
The customer service revolution that has impacted whole industries from retail to logistics is coming to electricity.
The exchanging of assets between Germany's biggest utility and its largest competitor has surprised some.
I am sure that Thomas Edison is turning in his grave
Solar will eventually eclipse coal as the foundation for power generation
The idea of the hydrogen economy goes back to the early 1970s
Batteries like all our electronic gadgets are susceptible to wear and tear and aging
Economic forces will ultimately determine the transition from coal to other sources of energy
Technology puts the customer experience first
Renationalisation may be electorally palatable, but the economic case is not so clear cut
The growth opportunities around the electrification of transport remain largely untapped for utilities
The unstoppable rise of the electric vehicle will have far reaching implications for the entire automotive value chain