Gadomski presents at London Finance Summiti
Chris Gadomski presented his forecast through 2030 on global nuclear power markets at the New Energy Finance Summit held in London, March 4-6th. Gloabl capcity of this carbon-free technology will climb to 700 GW. China, India, and Europe lead the nuclear renaissance.
Gadomski in Israel
As part of an energy leaders tour led by Project Interchange, an Institute of the American Jewish Committee.a handpicked group of 11 American specialists visit the Eilat International Renewable Energy Conference and tour tohte country.
Renewables represent a tremendous opportunity to reduce green houses gases and improve the local economy. Gadomski was on a panel at the NY Times to discuss the success of the state of Navarre
Promoting Solar Photovoltaics in Germany--
Lessons for San Diego and California?
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Paper presented Oct 25, 2007,
San Diego Solar Energy Conference
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Government of Navarre and the NYU Center
for Global Affairs Discuss carbon-free Alternative Energy
January 20, 2009, New York, NY—Chris Gadomski, Assistant Adjunct Professor, New York University Center For Global Affairs, and managing editor, nuclear, New Energy Finance (center) was a panelist at The New York Times Building Conference Hall focusing on alternative and renewable energy. The Panel discussion focused on Navarra's successes in adapting renewable technologies to reduce its carbon footprint and to develop the local economy, and its implications for Europe and the world.
Miguel Sanz, (far right) President of Navarra was the Keynote Speaker. The panel was moderated by Carolyn Kissane, (far left) clinical associate professor, Center for Global Affairs, New York University. Panelists, from left to right, included Fernando Viana, managing partner, Viana & Associates LLC, Chris Gadomski, assistant adjunct professor, Center for Global Affairs, New York University, and managing editor, nuclear, New Energy Finance, and Jose Maria Roig, (second from right) regional minister, Innovation, Enterprise and Employment, of Navarre.
Speaking at the New york TImes Conferencce Center in New York, Navarre President Miguel Sanz Sesma explained the secrets of his state's clean, carbon-fee energy success.
Navarre’s energy numbers are staggering: A full 65 percent of the region’s energy now comes from renewable sources. By 2010, it expects to reach 75 percent, and it has a goal of becoming completely energy self-sufficient. Obama’s goal of more than doubling the United States’ renewable energy use to 25 percent by 2025 pales in comparison.
Many state governments are leading the way in their approach to carbon-free clean energy, and the new president will need to incorporate all carbon-freee technologies, including nuclear, the largest generator of carbon-free technology in the United States today, if the country hopes to reduce its carbon footprint to 80% of 1990 levels by 2050.
Any national plan must address both the supply side and the demand side of energy use, said energy analyst Chris Gadomski, an adjunct professor at NYU. The plan will also need teeth, he said — for a carbon-free energy policy to succeed in the United States, it must be enforceable and enforced, or the policy will be ignored.
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Will nuclear rebound?
How many of the planned new US reactors, for which licence applications are now being submitted, will be generating power by 2030? Visit Nuclear Engineering International, Dec 2008, By Chris Gadomski
U.S. wind market is enjoying record installations fueled by a swell of private
equity from new investors. Yet a shortage of turbines and higher prices are threatening
returns and NIMBY remains an issue in certain markets.
Chris Gadomsk reports
The US wind industry is experiencing a record number of
new projects and intense investor interest. But a shortage of turbines and higher
prices are threatening developer returns and leading the industry to consolidate.
Chris Gadomski reports.
As published in July/August 2006 Project Finance Magazine.
Solar projects are now regular candidates for project deals, although enthusiasm
for assets varies according to the technology used. Chris Gadomski reports , Renewable
Finance, A EuroMoney Publication, June 2006.
March 2006, Issue 268
ahead for the US wind industry,
Modern Power Systems,
Sept 2005, Vol 25, No8.
wind industry is in the middle of an unprecedented boom. So why are its leading
players so nervous? Chris Gadomski reports from AWEA in Denver, Renewable Finance, A EuroMoney Publication, June 2005.