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How Will Cuba’s reopening affect the country’s energy future? PART I: The Energy Revolution

Since the United States and Cuba reopened their respective embassies last month, reestablishing full diplomatic relations for the first time in 54 years, foreign policy experts have focused mainly on the expected impacts on Cuba’s economy and trade. But this geopolitical development also will affect the ambitious energy policies of the cash-strapped country. Despite the … Continue Reading ››

The Urgent Need to Shift to “Utility 2.0”

As the world tries to strike a balance between prosperity and sustainability, utilities find themselves at the eye of the storm in many of these debates. The ability to continue catering to the needs of burgeoning urban populations while keeping sustainability goals in sight will depend to a large extent on how utilities evolve. The term … Continue Reading ››