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2 months

How Can an Industrial Strategy be Relevant without Solar?

Last year, I was invited to meet with the Rt Hon Greg Clarke (Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) and BEIS colleagues at a regional launch of the industrial strategy green paper/consultation document. It's a pretty weighty paper, you can get a copy here. The 'ten pillars' all make sense and are all essential to any future industrial strategy.

3 months

What do Milk, Diesel, and Electric Vehicles all have in Common?

Here are the latest thoughts from our eMobility and Smart Cities advisor, Lukas Neckermann.

3 months

Smart Mobility, the 3 Zeroes and the Role of People

I’m delighted to welcome Lukas Neckermann to the Hyperion team. Lukas joins us as an advisor in the smart cities and smart mobility space. Lukas is an author, key-note speaker, and consultant to the great and good in the sector. We know the eMobility market is an exciting and dynamic place, ever changing, I’ve asked Lukas to share some thoughts about where we are, and what the future may hold.

3 months

India Faces Massive Water Crisis in the Next 10 Years

India’s water sources are dwindling. The depletion has caused droughts and worsened the agrarian situation in Maharashtra and Northern Karnataka, the two worst parts hit by the water crisis. Large parts of Karnataka, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Madhya Pradesh are ranked over withdrawal areas. The demand exceeds 100 percent of availability.

4 months

The Future of Energy

I'm not sure it's what Prince was referring to in his 1989 Batman soundtrack, but Energy Storage works. It works very, very well, and it's not just the future, it's here now. Two years ago, I attended the REA (Renewable Energy Association) 'Commercializing energy storage' event, to catch up with colleagues and clients, and to hear some of what is going on. Now, not soon, now.

5 months

Union Budget 2018: India Must Focus on Clean Tech

India must continue to focus on developing and enhancing clean technology and renewable sources of energy as well as commit to measures to encourage its use, if it has to meet its obligations under the Paris Climate Accord on emission cuts. Moreover, the Union Budget 2018 is the appropriate time if India plans to realize its commitment to install 175 GW of renewable energy of which there should be 100 GW of solar power.

5 months

Understanding Various Aspects of India's Water Crisis

India’s water sources are dwindling and there is a water crisis. The depletion causes droughts and worsens agrarian situation in Maharashtra and Northern Karnataka, which are the two worst hit parts. Large parts of Karnataka, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Madhya Pradesh are ranked over withdrawal areas. Demand exceeds 100 percent of availability.