Policy & Regulation


Grid enhancing technologies – the ‘shared savings’ option for the US

Grid enhancing technologies – the ‘shared savings’ option for the US

A ‘shared savings’ incentive scheme proposed to advance grid enhancing technologies in the US appears to be gathering momentum.

Chile to advance decarbonisation with grid virtualisation

Chile’s Coordinador Eléctrico Nacional and X, the Moonshot Factory are partnering to model and simulate the national transmission grid.
AI and the energy transition

Ed’s note: The EU loves Artificial Intelligence

The European Union seems not very fond of the private companies involved heavily in the research of Artificial Intelligence. Shocking? Editor Areti Ntaradimou doesn't think so.
Energy storage set up of the future

India – the energy storage revolution

Dr Rahul Walawalkar, who has become synonymous with energy storage in India, reflects on the country's journey to becoming a major market.
IRENA, Hydrogen Council's directors sign MoU on green hydrogen deployment

IRENA and the Hydrogen Council to advance green hydrogen deployment

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has partnered with the Hydrogen Council to accelerate the deployment of green hydrogen across the energy value chain.

Wales & West Utilities to inject hydrogen to GB gas grid

Wales & West Utilities has got the go ahead to inject gas containing up to 1% hydrogen into its network in Swindon in southwest England.