How multi-family dwellings can support the energy transition
Virtual power plants, microgrids and energy efficiency are some of the options for new and existing community housing.
The storage paradox: finding value in volatility
Energy storage technologies are maturing but in doing so, will they crush the price volatility they rely on to make money?
How flexibility markets can drive the energy transition
Two papers published this week set out recommendations for market-based approaches to managing flexible resources.
Catapult chooses five SMEs for Innovator Support Platform
Five SMEs working on innovative heating and cooling solutions have been selected by Energy Systems Catapult to receive tailored business incubation and acceleration support.
V2G Driving a Power Revolution
Vehicle to Grid technology is being tested in many countries and is on the brink of commercial application.
Energy storage boom needs favourable policies
The right policy, regulatory and market frameworks are key to widescale deployment of energy storage even as costs come down, according to market consultants.
EASE: Storage is the backbone of the energy transition
Patrick Clerens of EASE discusses energy storage challenges and opportunities, the different technologies, and a recent Commission consultation on the sustainability of batteries.
Salt storage shows promise in Germany
Vattenfall is piloting a novel nanocoated salt technology to supply district heating in Berlin.
Grid Advancement Coalition urges change in US investment policies
A group of US electricity network stakeholders is urging regulator the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to amend its policies to better support investment in the transmission grid.
4 Key points of the European Energy Efficiency Directive
Ecovat plans thermal storage facility for Mijnwater
Dutch company Ecovat is negotiating to build its first commercial scale underground water storage tank for district heating with company Mijnwater.