Hydrogen to unlock UK’s low carbon economy

Market analytics firm, Aurora Energy Research, has published a report highlighting the role of hydrogen as a key enabler to the decarbonisation of our energy system.
renewables capacity

US: Wind and solar remain fastest-growing energy sources

Renewables produced 27.1% more electricity than coal during the first four months of 2020, according to the US Energy Information Administration.
solar pv

Global annual solar PV repairs and maintenance market to hit $9bn

Annual solar pv repairs and maintenance spend will grow to $9 billion by 2025, according to a new study released by Wood Mackenzie.
social governance

Itron releases Environmental Social Governance Report

Itron has released its 2019 Environmental Social Governance Report, which highlights the company’s new framework for reporting on sustainability goals.
managed ev charging

US utilities turning to managed EV charging programmes

US utilities are increasingly viewing EVs as a critical building block of their DER plans, helping to smooth energy demand while lowering consumer costs.
smart electric meters

Shipments of smart electric meters in Europe to hit record level...

The annual shipments of smart electric meters in Europe will reach a record level in 2021, according to a new report issued by Berg Insight
distributed energy

DER investments to reach nearly $1 trillion by 2030

The global annual investments in distributed energy resources (DER) will increase by 75% by 2030.
Saudi smart meters

Smart meter market revenue shrinks by $3.3 billion

COVID-19 disruptions will reduce the annual smart meter shipments in 2020 by 25%, according to a new report issued by ABI Research.
Australia energy storage

Australia’s energy storage capacity to more than double in 2020

Australia is set to more than double its energy storage capacity installations in 2020 compared to 2019, says Wood Mackenzie.
Ofgem

Recommendations to Ofgem regarding regional flexibility and local price controls

Ofgem will need to decide the extent to which the regulatory framework facilitates or drives the transition to DSOs, says Cornwall Insights.

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