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89. Predictions for 2023 - Redefining Energy podcast
- Jan 2, 2023 12:52 pm GMT
Happy new year 2023 to all our listeners. In this Episode, it is Nostradamus vs. Cassandra all over again: Laurent and Gerard review their 2022 predictions (Episode 65) and look forward to the future. How accurate were our two co-hosts’ predictions for 2022?
- The Energy Transition is not going to be a smooth ride
- The Hydro and water crisis
- The decade of geothermal
- Energy High Prices
- Elon Musk out of Tesla
- Power Market Structure Reform
Overall, it seems to be another draw. You’ll be the judge.
And here are our new Predictions for 2023
- Record installation of everything Energy Transition: Solar, Batteries, Heat Pumps, EV
- Massive consolidation in the EV sector – Toyota will buy Panasonic
- Volatility in the Energy market is here to stay
- New alternatives to Li-Ion in Stationary Storage
- The Energy Transition has no plan, it just goes
- Nuclear: Westinghouse takes over Europe
We thank our partner Aquila Capital for their continuous support and wish all our listeners a Happy New Year 2023.
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