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Utility subsidiary nearly doubles the energy capacity for London City Airport

A subsidiary of UK Power Networks is combining a solar pv system, combined heat and power solution, new substations and smart automation...
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Limiting the risk of wildfires from electrical sources

In the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, NantEnergy partnered with Duke Energy to develop a fully autonomous microgrid that not only meets...
dearborn homes

ComEd partners to power Bronzeville microgrid

ComEd is partnering with Dearborn Homes to implement a solar project which will support the utility's Bronzeville Community microgrid.
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Flow battery company joins Power Africa to help power renewable microgrids

Portland-Oregon-based flow battery manufacturer ESS has announced that it has joined Power Africa, a U.S. government-led partnership coordinated by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), as a private sector partner. ESS is the program’s first flow battery partner.
Africa renewable energy

Duke Energy gains regulatory OK for Hot Springs solar-storage microgrid

North Carolina utility regulators have approved Duke Energy’s plan for a solar-and-battery storage microgrid in the town of Hot Springs.The microgrid will include a 2-MW solar facility and 4-MW lithium-ion battery storage system.
Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric launches extreme weather-resistant microgrid solution

Schneider Electric, in partnership with Scale Microgrid Solutions, which develops sustainable, on-site energy solutions, has launched the Rapid Response Modular Microgrid (R2M2).
water sector africa

Eaton to share insights on reliable, sustainable energy at African Utility...

Eaton Africa will be highlighting how it enables the drive to provide reliable and sustainable electricity access for all during African Utility Week, taking place from 14 to 16 May 2019 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) in Cape Town, South Africa.
Scott Morrison

Australian Prime Minister proposes $36 million microgrid pilot

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has proposed a AU$36 million microgrid pilot programme to test the feasibility of microgrids in remote and poorly served regions of the country.

Greenbird and Venios enter into partnership

The biggest barrier to providing data services for analytics platforms is data access and data quality in utilities’ systems.

Day one of DISTRIBUTECH 2019: Facing the future of the US...

The first day of DistribuTECH 2019, at the Ernest. N. Morian convention centre in New Orleans, Lousiana pulled no punches on the...

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