Schneider: Digital technologies to drive efficiency is the first step of the transition
CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire outlined some key success stories and unveiled some new technologies at a summit today.
EV smart charging providers pledge to open their networks
The charging solutions providers will create a "roaming partnership". Republished with permission from Network Magazine
Utility of the Future: It’s not the end of the world
Ahead of our Digital Utility of the Future theme, Engerati says utilities should accelerate digital projects as future-proofing for tougher climate policies coming soon.
LF Energy brings open source project developers together
The Paris summit in November will discuss how IT solutions can drive the decarbonisation of the energy sector.
Carbon Capture and Utilization: the growing piece of the decarbonization puzzle
CO2 capture is not yet commercially viable, but can a business case be created by using it to make useful products?
British EV charging start-up wins Free Electrons
The British software company will take home the $200,000 prize and work with utilities on its electric vehicle charging platform.
Charging reform could save GB billions as DNOs transition to DSOs
Great Britain's regulator and system operator are asking for feedback on a major overhaul of network access and charges.
Hybrid battery systems: The best of both worlds
redT Energy discusses the comparative benefits of lithium-ion versus flow batteries.
How to value storage and flexibility services?
The Engerati Debate: Episode One. Storage and Flexibility with Pöyry and Electron
Our storage survey said: Optimism grows, but costs are an obstacle
Storage is important to enhance grid flexibility, but many challenges remain for innovative technologies, said experts surveyed by Engerati.
Designing the battery of the future
EU battery research initiatives and a new investment platform will drive innovation and further cost reductions.