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Smart Cities

With the implementation of smart lighting, electric vehicle integration and charging and wifi hubs across cities, utilities are well positioned to utilise...
meter data

Estonia’s Elering launches cross-border metering innovation contest

Elering has announced an international competition to select pilots of innovative energy products and services which need access to metering data. The chosen pilots will develop and test access to cross-border energy metering data and develop smart energy services and solutions for enterprises and end-users alike.
Siemens Uniper

Uniper and Siemens sign joint hydrogen development agreement

Uniper and Siemens Gas and Power have announced a sector coupling agreement which puts hydrogen at the heart of efforts to decarbonise power generation.
Grid resilience webinar

Postponed: Grid resilience: Lessons from India, the US and Europe

There are a multitude of threats facing the electric grid and that need to be taken into account when planning for grid resilience. Join our webinar for insights and answers from global experts.
COVID-19 emissions

COVID-19 causes emissions levels to plummet in Europe

New data, based on observations from the European Space Agency's (ESA) Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite, are showing strong reductions in nitrogen dioxide concentrations over several major cities including Paris, Madrid and Rome, coinciding with the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic.
food banks

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).
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.
bioenergy Europe

New EU industrial strategy bodes well for industry says Bioenergy Europe

Energy non-profit Bioenergy Europe has released a statement welcoming the new European Industrial Strategy, which provides important reference for the development of the European industry.
Coal-powered electricity

Power’s carbon emissions fall, renewables rise, but more needed – report

Carbon emissions from the electricity sector fell at the fastest rate in 30 years – the result of countries worldwide turning their backs on coal, says a new report from climate think-tank Ember.

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