Breaking Energy This Week

on June 21, 2013 at 6:00 PM

Final Section Of One World Trade Center's Spire Installed

In case you missed them, here are some of the highlights from Breaking Energy over the past week.

All eyes on New York Energy Week! Breaking Energy spoke with Advent Integrated’s Adam Smith about a revamp of the stuffy old energy conference model and with New York Energy Czar Richard Kauffman about the city’s billion dollar Green Bank, while our Founding Editor, Peter Gardett, laid out what needs to change in industry to get innovation moving again.

On the gas side, US proved reserves are down – thanks to low prices, US LNG exports will face some stiff competition from other global suppliers, and North America looks likely to export its shale gas before it can really successfully export the technologies and methods that make it profitable.

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz sees big possibilities ahead for solar, though a lot of work remains to be done to figure out how to use it to power planes that can actually hold passengers.

And the water-energy nexus could have implications for your electricity bill…