Distributed generation

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

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ADB aid to increase Thailand’s renewables and EV charging infrastructure

The Asian Development Bank has issued funding to be used to increase renewable energy and electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Thailand.
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EBRD and EU support Jordan’s National Green Growth Plan

The EBRD in partnership with the European Union will be supporting the government of Jordan to rollout its climate adaptation strategy.

Iberdrola partners to decarbonise ceramic production industry

Spanish multinational utility Iberdrola has partnered with ceramic tiles producer Porcelanosa to decarbonise the industry with green hydrogen and electrification projects.
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Enel and Saras to develop green hydrogen project in Sardinia

Enel Green Power has signed a Memorandum of Intent with Saras for the development of a green hydrogen project in Sardinia.
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Telcos to install 122GW of distributed generation and storage capacity by...

Telcos will install nearly 121.9GW of cumulative new distributed energy generation and energy storage capacity between 2021 and 2030.

Energy cooperatives have important role in flexibility delivery

Energy cooperatives need to develop new understanding and sets of know-how to participate in flexibility markets, a new report says.
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DoE’s first support for Biden’s clean energy innovation agenda

The US Department of Energy has announced $100 million in funding to support Joe Biden’s clean energy innovation agenda.

Battery storage for new frequency regulation in Slovakia

Battery storage is being installed to support secondary frequency regulation of a gas turbine in western Slovakia.

Scotland to explore wind and hydrogen supply opportunities

The Scottish Government has awarded EMEC with a contract to explore opportunities for floating offshore wind and hydrogen supply chains

Perovskite technology to disrupt the global solar supply chain

A new study released by research firm Rethink Energy explains how perovskite will disrupt the global solar supply chain over the next decade.

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