vegetation management

Vegetation management: Not sexy, but vitally important

Vegetation management by electric utilities is vitally important, as recent incidents around the California wildfires have brought to the fore.

Encouraging women to leadership roles in transmission and distribution

The attendees of the Power Women networking breakfast at DistribuTECH 2019 were able to gain inspiration and insight from several strong women who are proven leaders.

UK energy companies embrace diversity to secure future talent

The chief executives from 32 of the UK’s leading energy and utility companies have launched a sector Inclusion Commitment
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Australia the world leader in renewables transition, says university study

The country is adopting renewable energy faster per capita than any other country in the world, says a new report by the Australian National University.
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Pole-mounted storage adds resilience to India’s DER efforts

Tata Power-DDL has joined PIXII to explore the use of distributed pole-mounted storage as a new means of ensuring grid reliability
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Denied: US utility’s request to charge customers for AMI opt-out

The Iowa Utilities Board (IUB) has issued its final decision rejecting an additional charge for Alliant customers who opt out of the copmany's AMI programme.

Could abandoned mines be a viable means of storing energy?

Utilities may soon have a new, easily adoptable source of energy storage and peak demand balancing capacity.
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British network operators to cut red tape for electric vehicles

Britain’s distribution network operators have committed to removing the application and administrative hurdles surrounding EVs
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Here’s how corporate US is driving the renewable revolution

A recent report by a US-based research firm has added evidence of corporations taking a prominent role in the growth of the renewables market.
battery storage

Indian company develops water-fuelled battery

The battery uses water as fuel and requires “refilling” every 100 kilometers, thanks to its use of graphene.

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