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UK manufacturers, building managers, local councils and other large energy users could generate thousands of pounds of income from their assets for helping manage local electricity supply and demand thanks to a new smart grid, aggregation and trading platform SSE Enhance.
National Grid ESO has published its latest annual energy system forecast to 2050, the country’s target year for complete decarbonisation, in which three of four projected scenarios see the country meet the target, but with several urgent actions and considerations required.
German carmaker Audi and utility EnBW are setting up an electric car battery operation at EnBW's Heilbronn plant to build scaleable storage facilities by the end of this year, drawing on retired batteries to help power grids.
New research by Loughborough University reveals significant positive impacts of smart energy technologies in the home, including carbon reductions, energy bill savings, and improved system resilience.
US energy regulatory authority the NERC says the country is ready for an 'unprecedented summer' despite disruptions to preparations and the threat to the health and safety of critical industry workers posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
SimpliPhi Power has announced a new partnership with Helia Technologies to deploy intelligent energy solar + storage systems at a demonstration project in Shreveport, Louisiana.
The Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE), has released a free new white paper titled "Sharing Knowledge on Electrical Energy Industry’s First Response to COVID-19", to share insights to assist utilities and operators meet the challenges posed by the pandemic.
US mega-utility Con Edison (ConEd) has announced its 2020 summer resilience and energy efficiency plan for New York state.
Independent analysis, conducted via Imperial Consultants, by academics from Imperial College London has shown the importance flexibility in avoiding power cuts, and how a variety of energy technologies rose to the challenge in the first quarter of 2020.
India is becoming an increasingly influential driver of trends in the global power sector, writes Kelvin Ross. With its energy demand set to double by 2040 and its electricity demand potentially even tripling, it will cement its role as a game-changer in global energy markets.