POV: Power Breakfast

Power Breakfast for Oct. 12, 2015

Hunt's Oncor bid; storage's limitations; GSEP's request


POV: Power Breakfast

A nearly daily round-up of energy-related news for your consideration:

  • In light of the recent change of control application, the DMN takes a closer, longer look into Hunt Consolidated’s efforts to acquire Oncor.
  • An analyst at the Motley Fool says energy storage is a good complement to renewables, but needs to be more: “Too many renewable energy developers are thinking about small solutions, like battery backup or energy management, as solutions for a large problem the industry faces. If renewable energy wants to be the dominant player in energy, it needs to think bigger than it does today.”
  • In advance of the U.N.’s agreement on climate change due in December, the 11 members of the Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership wants governments to agree on clear, long-term policies. CEOs and chairmen of the companies “signed a letter to governments urging principles for low-carbon energies starting with ‘secure, stable, clear, consistent and long-term policies,'” according to Reuters.
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