Renewable Energy

Satellite data to support the renewables transition

IRENA and the European Space Agency (ESA) are partnering to use space assets and data to advance the development of renewables.

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gas-fired power generation

SSE dumps stake in Scotia Gas Networks in shift to low carbon

SSE will sell its entire 33.3% stake in gas distribution operator Scotia Gas Networks Ltd as the power producer shifts focus to developing renewable infrastructure.

Project Ringo – first energy storage site inaugurated

French transmission system operator RTE’s project Ringo is trialling automated management of an industrial-scale battery network.
sustainability

US energy consumers not aware of utility sustainability measures

The majority of consumers in the US are not fully aware of the measures being implemented by their energy retailers to ensure environmental sustainability, a new study released by J.D Power has revealed.

Tokyo Olympics: The high cost of low carbon Games

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, also referred to as the 'hydrogen Olympics' has indeed utilised a great deal of the clean energy resource, however, lowering emissions has come at a hefty cost to the country.

EDF’s planned restructuring goes on hold

The major restructuring of France’s majority government owned EDF is reported to hit a roadblock with the European Union.

Demand flexibility – best practices from a Colorado utility

The 43,000 member Colorado electricity cooperative Holy Cross Energy has introduced a choice of innovative customer energy savings programmes.

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