The European Investment Bank will finance the construction of energy efficient social housing in Spain.
With the latest SMETS2 start date in July 2018, how are smaller tier two and three energy companies meeting their deployment obligations?
Spanish utility Endesa signs an agreement to build the largest electric battery system in Spain.
How effective is artificial intelligence in engaging consumers with energy suppliers and energy services? Engerati investigates.
‘Stacking’ multiple value streams with energy storage is able to unlock more value than targeting single applications.
Ofgem’s landmark decision sees Anesco’s solar and storage plants retain their Renewable Obligation Certificates.
Offshore wind prices have dropped by half over the past two years in the UK.
Seawater, sewers, conservation or construction? That is the question when it comes to water, writes OSIsoft's Micheal Kanellos.
Gasunie joins the North Sea Wind Power Hub consortium which includes the Netherlands’ TenneT, Denmark’s Energinet and Germany’s TenneT.
The UK has launched its first fully integrated energy systems research, development and demonstration site InTEGReL.
Facing the demands of a modern grid environment, EDF is assessing the performance of flywheel energy storage technology.
Distribution system operators with AMI systems can leverage the technology to shine light below the substation level. Expert NES tells Engerati more.
The millennials as the next generation of energy customers offer a key engagement opportunity for utilities.
EKZ is developing an 18MW/7.5MWh battery energy storage plant in Volketswil municipality.
Energy company Amsterdam Energy ArenA plans to develop and implement one of Europe's largest energy storage systems used in a commercial building.
Hacker group Dragonfly is building its power sector attack capability, according to a new report.
Ofgem plans to changes the rules on how energy suppliers should communicate with their customers.
The planned Facebook Danish data centre will feed hot air into the district heating system of the nearby city of Odense.
UK network operators are resolving faults on underground feeder lines by closing and energising potentially faulted lines. What is the result?
Current data projects 72% penetration of smart meters for electricity across Europe by 2020.
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