Tag Archives: energy

Peak pricing vs. flat pricing for power: New faculty research

Kevin Shang EDGE Chats video

When it comes to pricing electric power, is peak pricing better than flat rate pricing when it comes to incentivizing the adoption of renewable energy?  The answer might surprise you.  Kevin Shang, Professor of Operations Management at Fuqua School of …

Renewables procurement: Spreading the wealth to more businesses

Zoe Ripecky

By Zoe Ripecky, MEM ’20 This article was written in response to a presentation given by Katherine Canoy, Senior Manager, Renewable Energy Origination, Walmart in an EDGE Seminar on Oct. 3, 2018 at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. This …

ENGIE’s Burhan Koc discusses energy market evolution

Burhan Koc EDGE Chats video

Burhan Koç, Director in the Sustainability & Renewable Energy Solutions practice, ENGIE, discusses the changing energy marketplace, and his reflections on the leadership skills that are needed for the new energy future.   RELATED ARTICLES: Watch more EDGE Chats videos …

Save the Date for Energy Week: Nov 4-9, 2018

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Get ready: Duke University’s flagship energy event, Energy Week, is coming Nov. 4-9, 2018!  Join Duke’s student energy clubs, the Duke University Energy Initiative, and the Center for Energy, Development, and the Global Environment (EDGE) for a week of events, …

Fuqua recognized for energy & sustainability

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Previously recognized by FINDMBA as one of the “Top Business Schools for Energy & Natural Resources” and by BusinessBecause in its list of “The 7 Best Business Schools For Careers In CleanTech,” Fuqua made another BusinessBecause list this month: “The …

Cuba: Navigating energy choices for the future

Many countries, including the U.S., are in the midst of thinking about changes to their electric power and transportation energy systems as new technologies, new sources of energy, and new energy and environmental policies reshape energy sector dynamics globally.  Cuba …

Partnering for Cuba’s energy transition

Jim Rogers in Cuba

By Dan Vermeer, Associate Professor of the Practice and Executive Director, EDGE Cuba’s energy infrastructure, like its fleet of pre-1959 vintage American cars, is an amalgam of old and new, based on efforts to evolve the system with limited resources. …