Renewable Energy

New and analysis of the rise of Renewable Energy resources, which has a significant impact on the performance and reliability of electricity grids. The integration of renewable energy into electric power systems around the world is a major trend as they must connect to existing transmission grids at a range of voltage levels. Renewable Energy resources include solar, wind power, hydroelectric energy, hydrogen and fuel cells, biomass, geothermal power and other forms of energy such as tides and hot hydrogen fusion.

blue energy

Stanford researchers generate “blue energy” by mixing sea and fresh water

A new battery made from affordable and durable materials generates energy from places where salt and fresh waters mingle. The technology could make coastal wastewater treatment plants energy-independent and carbon neutral.
hydrogen

$40 million DoE funding to advance the H2@Scale concept

The US Department of Energy has announced approximately $40 million in funding to advance the H2@Scale concept.
Europe wind power

Europe’s wind potential is 100 times higher, could power the world

Europe can potentially generate 100 times the current amount of energy generated, and produce enough power to power the world until 2050, if it were to maximise land use for onshore wind capacity.
softbank

SoftBank closes its first energy storage investment

Energy storage firm Energy Vault has announced a $110 million investment into its Series B funding round, by SoftBank Vision Fund.
Monarch Partnership

UK initiative offers businesses free solar self-generation – with a catch

Monarch Partnership is offering UK organisations and businesses free solar panels as part of a new scheme to feed prosumer-generated grid supply.
ny green bank

NY Green Bank reaches $786.7 million investment portfolio Q2 2019

NY Green Bank has released its financial results for the second quarter of 2019, showing the division’s investment portfolio reached $786.7 million
Energy Emergency Committee

UK Energy Emergencies Committee, Minister Leadsom start investigation

UK Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom has laid out the breadth of the state’s investigation into the blackout on Friday the 9th of August that left almost a million homes in England and Wales without power during peak commuting time, and for up to nine hours.
new energy

Consumer happiness and decarbonisation drive ‘new energy concept’

Black & Veatch has released the results of a survey conducted to understand factors driving and hindering the adoption of 'new energy' concepts

Siemens Gamesa wins first turbine contract in India

Siemens Gamesa has secured its first order in India, to supply energy company Alfanar with 206 2.2-122 wind turbines for two wind farms which will boast a combined capacity of 453MW.
video

Solar: Most disruptive force in Thai energy sector

According to Pongsakorn Yuthagovit from Provincial Electricity Authority, Thailand, no matter how disruptive, it's all about giving customers what they want. Identify...

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