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How’s Energy Efficiency Working? – The need for faster feedback

If a restaurant had to wait six months or more to find out if their customers enjoyed the food, they would most likely be out of business.  Customer and market feedback is critical for business success, no matter what kind of business you run.  Unf ...

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Energy Policy Development: Unique Considerations for Small Island States

With the diversification and growth of energy sources, production, distribution and consumption in the last 30 years, many nations have developed and adopted a comprehensive energy policy. These policies typically address the development of legislati ...

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Energy and Geopolitics in the Middle East and the Price Game

There is undoubtedly a global re-alignment of economic power and energy strategies both with respect to fossil and renewable based energy sources taking place. Earlier this year has seen the decline in global oil prices and as simultaneous increase i ...

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Putin unwittingly boosts European renewables

Putin unwittingly boosts European renewables

This author no longer works for DNV GL. As Europe prepares to debate the future of renewable energy policy, the Russia-Ukraine crisis should be a wake-up call for the European Council. The 28 heads of state and government of the European Un ...

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