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Solar energy will be the cheapest source of energy in nearly all markets and locations because PV (photovoltaic) cells can bypass the aging and fragile electricity grid and deliver its power to the end user, fundamentally changing the underlying economics of energy.┬á As the scale of PV production increases and costs continue to decline at historic rates, demand for PV electricity will outpace supply of systems for years to come. Yet, the shift from fossil fuels to solar energy will take place not because it is better for the environment or energy security, or because of some yet undeveloped technology; it is already occurring through decisions made by self interested energy users and all of these facts will impact us and be as transformative as the last centuryΓÇÖs revolutions in energ...
http://www.weforum.org/ Cutting subsidies, diversifying economies, investing in renewables: with energy prices stabilizing at a lower level, how effectively will governments reform and markets respond? - Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency, Paris - Khalid Al-Falih, Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources of Saudi Arabia - Isabelle Kocher, Chief Executive Officer, ENGIE, France - Maxim Oreshkin, Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Moderated by - John Defterios, Editor, Emerging Markets; Anchor, CNNMoney, United Arab Emirates
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) UC Davis Graduate School of Management Dean Steven Currall talks with Amy Jaffe, one of the world's leading global energy and oil industry experts. Jaffe recently joined UC Davis as the executive director of energy and sustainability. Series: "UC Davis Graduate School of Management's Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series" [1/2013] [Business] [Show ID: 24596]
Donald Trump has been elected the next US President, having won a hotly contested election against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Herman Wang, senior writer, examines what Trump’s victory means for the energy industry including its impact on fossil fuel production, industry regulation and the fate of President Barack Obama's clean air policies. Related factbox - Energy impacts of Trump's surprise US presidential victory: http://plts.co/Mhs73060pDJ See more of our coverage in the US Election 2016 news and analysis feature: http://plts.co/yf4W3060pzy Platts news and news analysis is independent, objective and neutral.
What is the most significant factor driving change in the energy industry? From the 2017 Global Energy Conference, KPMG’s Todd Durocher shares insights on customers, technology and the evolving marketplace.
For MBAs interested in pursuing careers in the energy sector, opportunities abound. In this video, executives and industry experts share their perspectives on what makes energy an exciting sector to work in, as well as what makes someone stand out as a candidate. Produced by the Center for Energy, Development, and the Global Environment (EDGE) at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
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How would you like to be CEO of an Energy Company of the future? You have to go to school first!!! Here's the place! MS in Global Energy Management The Master of Science (MS) in Global Energy Management (GEM) is designed to educate future leaders in global energy management and support management succession for the energy industry worldwide. As a major energy hub for the U.S. and Canada, Denver is positioned to create the synergy needed for this successful venture. The Curriculum Real-Time Delivery. Real-World Relevance. GEM students receive an educational experience that goes beyond the classroom. Energy industry experts partnered with the Business School to create a curriculum that integrates theory with real-world business. Courses meet physically the first week of each term (40 h...
Mark Latham of TheRebel.media says Australia's Labor and Liberal Parties have crippled nation's energy industry, but there IS a solution. MORE: https://www.therebel.media/going_nuclear_how_australia_can_be_a_global_energy_superpower Never miss a new Rebel video: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV PLUS http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
We’ve interviewed ten speakers from our Global Energy Webinar series which took place in November, 2015. S&P Capital IQ hosted its first Global Energy Webinar, streamed to clients in the Americas, APAC and EMEA regions. The three webinars featured topics specific to each region as well as speakers from S&P Capital IQ, Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services, Bentek and Sucden Financial. The speakers addressed a range of energy-related topics. Subjects included the relative performance of energy sector stocks versus the price of oil, the impact of the Volkswagen emissions scandal on diesel, and drilling efficiencies. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/1k771Nm
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. The talk is about the leadership change that is required to maximize the potential for energy efficiency within in our society. Stijn Santen holds an MSc in chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Amsterdam and has worked for 18 years in Shell lately as global business manager CO2 before starting his company CO2-Net B.V. in 2005. He is the architect of the first commercially successful CO2 pipeline projects; Shell-Omya (1998) and Shell-OCAP (2005), where the latter is one the largest energy efficiency projects implemented in the Netherlands. He acted as visiting professor at the Oil & Gas University of General Electric in Firenze, Italy in 2005 and 2006 teaching energy markets, energy...