First principles are important. Rooting New York Energy Week in the priorities established by a community of volunteers, participants, sponsors and advisors paid off in the second iteration of the event series last month, with panels of exceptional insight, unusually impactful networking and deserved attention for an industry that too
Industry Tipping Point
The NYEW Solar Breakfast emphasized an industry in transition. The solar industry looks to continue its progress from a burgeoning niche market to a stand-alone provider of cost-competitive renewable energy, and the tipping point may be arriving very soon. Moderated by EnerKnol’s Janet Lin, the event panel
Infrastructure, Exports, and Emissions
New York Energy Week kicked off Monday, June 16, with the Natural Gas Markets Breakfast at CME Group. The event brought together broad market participants — from upstream producers to financiers and entrepreneurs — to address the revolutionary shift in fossil fuels economics over the past six years.
The Need for Standards and the Right Market for Innovation
The transportation sector plays a large role in economic competitiveness and in environmental sustainability, which according to the EPA, accounted for 27 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in 2010, trailing just the power sector. Going forward, the U.S. Energy Information Administration
Calling for Clear Guidelines and Incentives
Policymakers and industry leaders are increasingly understanding the importance of energy storage in a number of applications, such as integrating renewable energy sources and providing grid resiliency, which has become particularly exigent in New York in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
As a result, organizations