EV batteries made from deep-sea rocks reduce carbon more than land-based ores
New peer-reviewed study finds making electric vehicle batteries from deep-sea rocks can dramatically reduce climate change impacts compared with land-based material
Engerati Explains: Prospective Fault Level Monitoring
Power distribution operators seeking to operate smarter
Tackling the thorny issue of EV battery waste
UK sustainable battery developer Aceleron joins forces with electric ATV expert Eco Charger to reuse 90% of its batteries and reduce e-waste.
Verbund testing different AI technologies for both generation and retail use cases
Engerati speaks with the utility’s digital unit leader about hiring strategy, technology decision-making, and hydrogen and electromobility projects.
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.
Moixa installs an AI-enabled smart EV charging project in Islington
Moixa and Honda launch the first stage of an electric vehicle charging partnership in London which will help Islington achieve its net zero by 2030 target.
Enel X Launches new smart EV charging product line
The new brands are: JuiceBox®, JuiceStand™, JuicePedestal™, JuicePump™ and JuiceRouter™ Solutions
Transmission & Distribution
The potential value of DSOs – keeping costs low in a flexible electricity system
AFRY Management Consulting research suggests a more coordinated use of resources could reduce Great Britain’s system costs by up to £7 billion by 2050.
UKPN and Innovate UK map 66 routes to ‘V2G’ future
Republished with permission from Network Magazine.
National Grid: Focus on greater customer engagement
The system operator and a demand-side response expert discussed how the supplier/customer relationship will change in a Navigant webinar.
Engerati 2.0: Let’s get Digital
Welcome to the new look Engerati website!