Live webinar series – COVID-19: Utility Crisis Management

Join this live virtual discussion where we bring you the best insights from key utilities around the world who have dealt with or are dealing with the challenge of keeping services operational in an age of social distancing and isolation.
Coradia iLint

ENGIE refuels the world’s first renewable hydrogen passenger train

The train is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, which produces electrical power for traction. It emits only water and steam during operation, representing a clean alternative for the regional government looking to replace diesel fleets.
Enel COVID-19

Enel Cuore in the field for the COVID-19 emergency

Enel Cuore, Enel’s non-profit organisation, has approved a series of measures to support key organizations involved in providing health and social assistance services in the response to the health emergency triggered by spread of the COVID-19 virus in Italy.
EMEA coronavirus

EMEA utilities will remain resilient during pandemic says S&P

The credit quality of European utilities is likely to be more resilient to the effects of COVID-19 than many other sectors, says S&P Global Ratings in a new report, "EMEA Utilities Should Withstand COVID-19 Better Than Most Sectors".
renewable energy demand

Europe: Demand for renewables outstripped supply in 2019

The growth in renewable energy demand outpaced renewable energy supply in 2019, according to new statistics from the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB).
NETZE

Netze BW launches largest LoRaWAN deployment in Germany

Netze BW has launched the largest LoRaWAN deployment in Germany.
consumer coronavirus

UK lockdown could cost consumers an extra £52 million a week

The UK's national shutdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections could cost the consumer an additional £52 million ($61 million) a week on household energy bills as an estimated 16.8 million people stay at home.
Europe energy storage

Energy storage adoption has dropped in Europe says new report

The report indicates that 2018 saw a particularly rapid increase in front-of-the-meter projects, partly driven by Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR) tenders, bringing significant levels of storage to market
Europe Hydrogen

Europe’s love affair with Hydrogen

Q&A with Maria João Duarte, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems’ representative to the EU Institutions.
Europe Utilities

Europe’s utilities’ credit outlook stable, but industry disruption is a threat

European utilities face relatively minor short-term economic and financial consequences from the Covid-19 pandemic beyond the constraints on employees from lockdowns and sickness, says Scope Ratings.

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