energy storage

Global energy storage market to rebound in 2021, despite COVID-19

The global market for energy storage is expected to decline in 2020 due to project delays and lack of access to residential and commercial clients.
Hydrogen decarbonisation

HVDC, green hydrogen mean cost-effective decarbonisation – report

Decarbonisation is difficult to achieve cost-effectively in most countries, due to fundamental limitations in solar and wind resources, but the solution may lie in the development of renewable energy carriers and new zero-carbon energy supply chains.
compressed hydrogen

Transportation and storage are critical to advancing the hydrogen economy

A new report analyses the developing hydrogen economy and relevant infrastructure, including the current state of hydrogen distribution and storage.
wholesale energy prices

Will Irish households benefit from falling wholesale prices?

Joe Camish, an analyst at Cornwall Insight Ireland discusses the impact of changing wholesale energy prices will have on consumers across Ireland.
energy services

Siemens named a leading energy services company

Siemens together with Schneider Electric and Ameresco have been named leading energy service companies by Guidehouse Insights.
smart street lighting

Itron a big player in $8.3 billion global smart street lighting...

Guidehouse Insights has named Itron, Telensa and Signify as the leading smart street lighting vendors. The three companies have...
eco-friendly cities

Top ten most and least eco-friendly cities to work in revealed

A new study released by British Business Energy reveals the best and worst cities to work in for the eco-conscious.

The economy we build should not be the same economy we...

A new report discusses four key ethics to help global economies to recover from the economic downturn caused by COVID-19 and climate change.
renewable energy generators

COVID-19 reduces revenues for renewable energy generators

Research from Cornwall Insight’s Green Power Forecast reveals there has been a sharp decline in revenues for renewable energy generators.
renewable power

Covid-19 hurts but won’t halt growth in renewable power capacity

After a dip this year, new renewable power capacity additions are expected to rebound in 2021, but policy certainty is critical to ensure investor confidence.

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