Energy Post would like to thank all of our readers and contributors for a terrific first half of the year. Your contributions and sharing via social media has helped drive the debate we seek to stimulate about Europe and energy. We’re taking a short break now but we’ll be back on Monday 17 August with new content. In the meantime, please keep reading, sharing and telling us what you think. Enjoy the summer!
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As said above, we’re taking a short break and will be back with new content on Monday 17 August. In the meantime, you may want to catch up on some articles you missed in the last few months. Here’s a list of our top ten best-read articles over the last three months to get you started:
- Solar power passes 1% global threshold
- Historic moment: Saudi Arabia sees End of Oil Age coming and opens valves on the carbon bubble
- Why the Tesla battery heralds the beginning of the end for fossil fuels
- Europe’s energy revolution marches on: one-third of power supply now renewable
- The grid will not be disrupted: why Tesla’s Powerwall won’t catalyze a solar revolution
- Going for gas: the risky strategy of the world’s largest companies
- Why Shell can’t quit the Arctic
- French government study: 95% renewable power mix cheaper than nuclear and gas
- EU electricity market redesign: a protean moment
- Europe’s gas demand is falling. Doesn’t anybody notice?
You may want to check out an EDF study on integrating 60% renewables into the energy system too, that was launched at an Energy Post event in partnership with EDF on 17 June in Brussels.
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We look forward to seeing you soon!
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