Distributed generation

News and analysis concerning the use of distributed energy resources (DERMS), distributed generation, distributed energy, on-site generation or district/decentralised energy and energy storage performed by a variety of small, grid-connected devices. Analysis includes impact on utilities and existing transmission and distribution networks, connection of renewable energy to the grid and trends in decentralisation.

UK Net Zero 2050

UK Prime Minister confirms 2050 net zero target

British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that the UK will aim for net zero emissions by 2050
floating solar pv

DEWA seeks partner for floating solar pv systems

DEWA plans to develop floating solar pv plants in the Arabian Gulf.

New York announces first winners of Commercial and Industrial Carbon Challenge

New York state governor announced the first winners of the Commercial and Industrial Carbon Challenge.
Scottish Power

Scottish Power to install biggest battery in Europe for storage, efficiency

The Scottish Government has given utility Scottish Power the go-ahead to install Europe’s biggest industrial-scale battery to date to store energy generated at the 539MW Whitelee onshore wind farm.
interconnected solar

FPL named second out of 500 for interconnected solar

SEPA has named FPL a leader for operating approximately 1,250MW of universal solar capacity comprised of 18 solar power plants

Italy’s Eni launches strategy for Angola’s renewable energy future

Italian energy company Eni has established a new company, in partnership with Angolan state oil company Sonangol to develop renewable energy projects in the country.

Iberdrola building Europe’s two largest solar plants

Iberdrola has filed a proposal with the Ministry for the Ecological Transition to build a 590MW solar photovoltaic plant.

Decarbonising buildings, transportation and electricity generation from 1990 levels

The Clean Energy Transition Institute has issued a new report with recommendations on how US states can achieve clean transportation and energy goals
clean energy plan

Michigan regulator approves Consumers’ Clean Energy Plan

The largest energy provider in Michigan and utility to 6.7 million residents has secured an approval to implement its new Clean Energy Plan.
feed-in tariffs

UK unveils new feed-in tariffs for renewables

The UK government has finalised it’s new Small Export Guarantee after the scrapping of feed-in tariffs for solar energy feed-in to the country’s grid

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