Trump’s Imminent Threat to Green Energy Lies in the Greenback

Blog author Gavin Serkin is the Editorial Director for OnFrontiers and the Founder and Managing Editor of the Frontier Funds Consultancy. As it turns out, denial of man-made climate change by the most powerful Earthling isn’t the biggest problem for renewable energy projects … Continue reading Trump’s Imminent Threat to Green Energy Lies in the Greenback

Don’t do these things when pitching oil & gas technologies in Oman

Oman’s challenging geology makes it the world’s premier playground for exploration and production technology and a pioneer in this area. Managing Director at NAFAS International, Dr. Syham Bentouati, explains the opportunities and challenges in introducing foreign technologies to the region. … Continue reading Don’t do these things when pitching oil & gas technologies in Oman

Breakthroughs in Solar Energy

  Will solar be the cheapest form of electricity in the next 10 years?  Is there no end to the cost decline of photovoltaics? This is a question several of our clients are asking — so we threw it out to our panel of on-the-ground solar experts across developing markets. Their answer: we certainly hope so! More than a ray of hope Indeed, solar seems to be rounding the corner, especially in the case of utility-scale projects. There is significant buzz right now, especially around conventional silicon-based solar technologies and ground-mounted systems. Shedding light on true costs How cheap is solar? … Continue reading Breakthroughs in Solar Energy