Renewable Energy

New and analysis of the rise of Renewable Energy resources, which has a significant impact on the performance and reliability of electricity grids. The integration of renewable energy into electric power systems around the world is a major trend as they must connect to existing transmission grids at a range of voltage levels. Renewable Energy resources include solar, wind power, hydroelectric energy, hydrogen and fuel cells, biomass, geothermal power and other forms of energy such as tides and hot hydrogen fusion.

edf pivot power

EDF adds 2GW of additional flexible energy into UK grid

UK-based battery energy storage firm Pivot Power has selected EDF to manage and optimise its Kemsley storage facility in Kent.
ENGIE Impact APAC energy transition

ENGIE Impact expands into Asia-Pacific market

ENGIE Impact has entered into the Asia Pacific market as part of efforts to accelerate the deployment of sustainable energy solutions worldwide.
hybrid solar

EDF, Octo Energy partner on hybrid solar and storage projects

EDF Renewables has partnered with Octo Energy to identify and deliver new hybrid solar and battery energy storage projects across the UK.
energy transition policy

EU policy can negate negative social impacts of energy transition

A new study conducted by Eurelectric, with the scientific contribution of the Enel Foundation, outlines several remedial solutions that could be considered to cushion the effects on vulnerable households, while ensuring sustainable growth for the benefit of all.
CyanConnode

India is leading the global clean power revolution says BNEF

India’s rapid progress in sustainable economic growth and clean energy can be a model for nations looking to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic through the adoption of green stimuli.
ARENA renewables

ARENA funds study for Australia’s first coordinated renewable energy zone

ARENA has issued $5 million in funding to TransGrid as part of efforts to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy in Australia.
US solar pv

US solar PV system costs falling faster than expected

Solar PV system costs in the US are falling faster than anticipated across all market segments, primarily driven by module price reduction, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie.
EV market, energy transition

Germany leads Europe for hydrogen patents and filling stations

Block-Builders.de has released a new infographic showing countries in Europe with the most active hydrogen filling stations and submitted hydrogen-related patents.
UK solar

Macquarie GIG and Enso Energy launch UK solar & battery partnership

Macquarie’s Green Investment Group and Enso Energy have announced a UK solar development joint ventures, with the aim to create one of the UK’s largest subsidy-free solar and battery storage portfolios.
utilities microgrids

Utilities to increase microgrid capacity by nearly five times by 2029

Global utilities are expected to increase their microgrids capacity by 19% per annum between 2020 and 2029, according to Guidehouse Insights.

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