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Fuel cells advancing in Europe

Energy Generation

Fuel cells advancing in Europe

The PACE project is accelerating the delivery of next generation fuel cell micro-cogen units and services in 10 countries.

EU Commission seeks comment on AI policy

Smart Infrastructure

EU Commission seeks comment on AI policy

The European Commission is asking for comments on regulatory policy options for artificial intelligence in a white paper published this week.

The Energy Transition: Opportunities & Challenges in a Net Zero Carbon World

Energy Generation

The Energy Transition: Opportunities & Challenges in a Net Zero Carbon World

Increasing energy demands from an ever-growing world population coupled with growing public awareness are prompting a monumental shift toward zero-carbon, sustainable energy sources. Gerrit Ledderhof, Responsible Investment Manager at Aegon Asset Management, explores the opportunities and challenges of the energy transition.

Unleashing A Solar Rooftop Revolution in India

Energy Generation

Unleashing A Solar Rooftop Revolution in India

Rooftop solar installations are lagging behind India's renewable targets due to resistance from distribution companies. President of the India Smart Grid Forum Reji Kumar Pillai explains why and recommends how to overcome the obstacles.

Nowcasting solar electricity generation with AI

Energy Generation

Nowcasting solar electricity generation with AI

OpenClimate Fix is using artificial intelligence to predict how clouds affect solar electricity generation and will soon share some data and tools to enable researchers to develop innovative nowcasting algorithms.

Developing projects on weak and saturated grids

Energy Generation

Developing projects on weak and saturated grids

Mark Howitt, CTO and co-founding director of long-duration storage developer Storelectric, explains how storage can reduce grid connection costs

New tariff proposal could resolve a looming problem with grid expansion

Energy Retail

New tariff proposal could resolve a looming problem with grid expansion

The existing network tariff structure is not fit for purpose. A new bandwidth model proposed in the Netherlands and Norway could be a solution.

TERRE attracts new members after successful launch

Transmission & Distribution

TERRE attracts new members after successful launch

More TSOs look set to join the Czech TSO, which connected to the new platform in January.

In Focus Q&A: Ireland’s ESB reveals how AI is already adding value

Smart Infrastructure

In Focus Q&A: Ireland’s ESB reveals how AI is already adding value

Engerati spoke recently with ESB’s digital acceleration manager Colm Moriarty about how the company is benefitting from artificial intelligence in its smart metering fleet, the ethics of AI, and an update on its work with start-ups under the Free Electrons programme.

DTECH: Energy sector trends in US and globally

Transmission & Distribution

DTECH: Energy sector trends in US and globally

A round-up from DistribuTECH 2020: storage, DERMs, EVs and AMI.

Alliander tackles interoperability by open-sourcing platform with LF Energy

Smart Infrastructure

Alliander tackles interoperability by open-sourcing platform with LF Energy

Dutch distribution system operator Alliander is open sourcing its platform, formerly known as Open Smart Grid Platform, under LF Energy’s umbrella to leverage collaborative development.

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