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.
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
Changing Business Models for Utilities
This article considers the question: as renewables become adopted more, how will that change the utility companies’ business models?
Blowing Away Limitations on Wind Farms in the Irish Power Market
Energy data analyst EnAppSys reviews the Irish DS3 programme, which aims to accelerate renewable generation.
Engerati 2.0: Let’s get Digital
Welcome to the new look Engerati website!
The new wave of wave
A Finnish company is pushing the boundaries of wave technology with digital applications.
Scotland’s offshore wind plans get £920k boost
A new programme is aimed at optimising Scotland’s offshore wind development through a platform of research.
Renewables and energy efficiency – better together than in isolation
Renewables and energy efficiency must work together to maximise their contribution to global energy decarbonisation.
PV generation forecasting tool to save UK money
Researchers at the University of Sheffield have developed a service to forecast energy generation levels from PV up to three days in advance.
Wind farm reactive power compensation – contributing to grid code requirements
Power systems studies are essential to ensure new wind farms have adequate reactive power compensation, S&C Electric Company tells Engerati.
UK’s Elgin Energy to build solar farm in Scotland
Planning permission has been granted for a 20MW solar farm in Scotland.
Solar and storage: a roadmap for successful utilities
Massive cost reduction in solar photovoltaic (PV) equipment and batteries is opening up new opportunities in every power market
Industrial Ethernet Solution for Device-to-Cloud Remote Management System for Electric Generators
Innovative applications of increasingly more ubiquitous IoT equipment are changing conventional practices in many industries