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.

ABB solar investor

Europe registers massive increase of solar capacity following 2016 dip

Europe’s solar capacity market has recorded a growth in 2017, following a decrease in 2016, according to a new study issued by Frost &...
ABB solar

Renewable energy remains relatively expensive, finds new report

According to a new study by Technavio, the global solar PV balance of systems market will post a CAGR of nearly 21% between 2019 and 2023.
Great Wolf Lodge

Exelon Utilities play key role for recognition of service territories

Exelon Utilities gives credit to investments made by its subsidiaries for the naming of Illinois, Maryland and Columbia as smart grid leaders.
COP24

COP24: Update 10 December

As part of our ongoing update on the negotiations in Katowice, Poland during the COP24 discussions, we bring you the daily updates.
Innoenergy

World Bank initiative helps start-ups innovate African continent

The International Finance Corporation has launched an initiative to accelerate research and development of innovative technologies.
EV market, energy transition

VIDEO: German energy transition – good progress thus far

Danny Stephens from Germany Trade & Invest shared some insights into the ongoing energy transition in Germany.
DERMS, distributech

Western Australia enhances DER management with PXISE deal

Australian utility Horizon Power has selected PXiSE Energy Solutions to improve management of its distributed energy resources. PXISE Energy will install it’s Active Control Technology...
BYOD programmes

Global BYOD programmes to reach 5.5 million installations by 2027

The global installation of devices for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programmes will grow from 1.1 million in 2018 to 5.5 million in 2027. Three...
Nemo link

Interconnector between UK and Belgium inaugurated

National Grid and Elia launch £600 million Nemo Link to deliver a more flexible energy system for UK and Belgian consumers.
Hawaiian

Schneider mitigates threat from skills gap

Schneider Electric together with a coalition of companies has launched the “Powering Jobs” campaign to solve the huge skills gap in emerging countries.

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