Energy Development

UK Power Networks has launched a tender process for delivery from January 2018.
The EU has approved plans for a network of recharging stations for low emission vehicles in the Czech Republic.
Germany's Hesse plans to build a new eHighway which will supply power for the electric drive of hybrid trucks along a 10km stretch of autobahn.
The City of London, as well as the boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, will be installing 28,000 smart street lights.
Thu 31 Aug 2017

The increase of renewable generation has created a need for flexibility. Large energy consumers own flexibility but how can monetise it? How can they seize this new business opportunity?

Swansea University in the UK will be leading a project that aims to convert India’s villages into solar power stations.
With its US$250m purchase of Enernoc, Italy utility Enel says it will provide an “unparalleled suite” of energy services to customers.
UK’s Energy Secretary has given Scottish Power Renewables the go-ahead to plan a 1.2GW “next generation” offshore wind farm.
Malta is about to become the recipient of 250MW solar energy from a Tunisia-based solar project, called Tu-Nur.
Got a smart meter? You’ll soon need another, writes Engerati member Nick Hunn.

Pages

Subscribe to Energy Development

Our Free Membership gives you:

  • Access to over 1,600+ conference presentations
  • Updates through our weekly energy newsletter
  • Advance Invitations to Expert Webinars
  • Discounted access to partner conferences
  • Join 36,844 Engerati Members Now!