UK’s Power Grid: Possible Consequences of Brexit

UK’s Power Grid: Possible Consequences of Brexit

Summary Share of Generation from coal saw a substantial decrease in 2019. T&D losses decreased by 0.9 %, accounted for 7.6 % of total demand in 2019. Interruptions in the flow of electricity through interconnections between UK and EU is not expected in any post...
Changed Energy Outlook following Georgia Run Off

Changed Energy Outlook following Georgia Run Off

President Elect Joe Biden is set to take oath on 20th January,2021, and although his win was confirmed on January 6th, the senate’s control was undecided until the recent victory of Senator Jon Ossof and Senator Raphael Warnock, both Democrats, in the Georgia run-off...
Climate worries pushing manufacturers away from Coal

Climate worries pushing manufacturers away from Coal

Globally there is a growing consensus to move towards less carbon intensive power generation in a bid to tackle pollution and environmental concerns. This consensus is reflected in the decline[SS1] [KM2]  of coal consumption in 2019, although there are disparities...
Impact of US Elections On Global Energy Market

Impact of US Elections On Global Energy Market

Joe Biden, a Democrat, is the apparent winner of the U.S. Presidential race as a result of elections held on November 3rd, 2020. Recent elections are expected to have a considerable impact on the energy sector not only in the U.S. but globally as well which we will...
COVID-19 & the World Markets

COVID-19 & the World Markets

The effects of Covid’19 have been felt globally. According to the June 2020 Global Economic Prospects report by the World Bank, the global economy (in terms of GDP) is expected to contract by 5.2% in 2020. Advanced economies are expected to shrink by 7%, and...