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EDF is reported to lead the consortium to develop a vision and roadmap for achieving India’s ‘One Sun One World One Grid’ project.
Siemens Energy has been awarded contracts by global energy company Uniper to provide rotating grid stabilisation technology at two sites in the UK
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Data modelling, systems design, and detailed planning are all moving ahead at the £31 million Innovate SmartHubs Smart Local Energy Systems (SLES) virtual power plant (VPP) project in West Sussex county.
On the first of May, US President Trump declared a national emergency related to the cybersecurity of the country's bulk power system. He then gave the Secretary of Energy until 28 September 2020 to essentially come up with a set of rules pertaining to which equipment — from which countries — would be allowed on the bulk power system
International research agency IHS Markit estimates that there will be 290GW of net power capacity added globally in 2020, growing by 5% more than in 2019.
India decided to work with USAID and NREL to develop a comprehensive grid integration study that can help other nations fast-track their renewables development.
US President Donald Trump has announced plans to make changes to the country’s National Environmental Policy Act
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