Energy Crunch newsletter - Sept 20
- Chart of the week: German energy prices on the futures market versus economic breakeven of different types of power plants
Gas - Natural gas, Braunkohle – Brown coal, Steinkohle - Hard coal,Atomkraft – nuclear
- The Economic and Political Consequences of the Last 10 Years of Renewable Energy Development – A lot of rather unusual things have been happening in the Germany power sector lately, from negative prices, to utilities closing down brand new power plants and, naturally, a ferocious debate as to whether to cut support for renewable energy (as has already been done in Spain).
- The peak in world oil production is yet to come – Certainly world oil production did not stop growing in 2005. Last year's total was estimated by the EIA to be 4.8 million barrels higher each day than it had been in 2005.
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