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Past Issue • Jan-Mar 2015

Case for Faster, Modular Approach to Energy Investments

Physicist, Environmental Scientist, Writer and Chairman & Chief Scientist of Rockey Mountain Institute, Amory Bloch Lovins is well known for his work on energy policy and related areas. Named as one of the world’s most influential person by Time magazine in 2009, Lovins is also known as the father of the Negawatt Theory, which holds that utility customers don’t want kilowatt-hours of electricity; they just want energy services. In conversation with Nalin Srivastava, Director, Dean’s Office ISB. Lovins holds that a shift from slow, lumpy investments to small, fast and granular projects would be very good for managing financial risk in the energy sector.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

  • Nalin

    Nalin Srivastava

    Nalin Srivastava, Director, Dean’s Office, Indian School of Business (ISB).
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