Issue 165 - 04 | Resolving the Green Paradoxes: Thriving Under Energy Transition UncertaintiesBy Ricardo G. Barcelona
Published June 13, 2018 10:00 a.m.
In reality, renewables are among the myriad of technology choices that have economic costs and benefits. In this context, renewables are economic goods that aim to gain traction, or niches, within an evolving and transitioning energy market. This perspective leads to very different conceptions of optimality and a ‘common good.’”
About Ricardo G. Barcelona | Ricardo G. Barcelona, PhD in Management, King’s College London, United Kingdom, lectures at leading business schools. He served in senior leadership roles at Royal Dutch Shell, Netherlands and London. As investment banker, he was top rated equity analyst and adviser whilst at SBC Warburg and ABN Amro/Rothschild.