“Flexibility” and the importance of TSO – DSO information sharing

The increasing penetration of distributed energy resources and the emergence of new market players - such as prosumers, aggregators and active consumers - will usher in a new era of grid management.
wind energy

Luxembourg, IEA partnership addresses energy transition challenges

IEA and Luxembourg provides recommendations on how the country can address challenges hindering its energy transition.
bioelectricity

ENGIE Germany recognised for net-zero service strategy

ENGIE Germany has been named a leader by sustainability evaluation platform EcoVadis owing to its ‘Zero Carbon Transition as a Service’ strategy.
New York Energy efficiency

New York in bid to make buildings more energy efficient

The New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) has launched a Carbon Neutrality Innovation Challenge to spark innovations to boost energy efficiency across the city's buildings.
energy management

AMI meters to drive +$12bn global home energy management market

The global home energy management solutions market will grow from $4.4 billion in 2019 to $12 billion in 2028, according to Guidehouse Insights.
EIB

The role of energy efficiency in resilient COVID-19 packages

IEA chaired a meeting with the Global Commission for Urgent Action on Energy Efficiency to discuss the role of energy efficiency in improving the effectiveness of packages being set to address the Coronavirus crisis.
Georgia Utilities

ADB’s new investment arm exceeds fund capitalization target

ADB Ventures has raised $50 million from development partners, exceeding its fund close target.
Azerbaijan

New deal to support 50 million US rural consumers in DER...

NRTC has partnered with Autogrid to optimize management of its distributed energy resources (DER) and demand response programmes.
world economic forum

Ed’s note: The good news edition

Over the past few weeks, we have been faced with a lot of bad news - which I will not go into...
energy saving

Malaysian energy efficiency company’s stock jumps 790%

Despite a nationwide lockdown and having halted operations, Malaysia’s top-performer on the country’s stock market has seen soared by an impressive 790%, by helping businesses lower their energy bills.

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