Developing The Mediterranean’s Photovoltaics
Upgrading the grid and creating an open market will encourage the development of photovoltaics in the Mediterranean.
Energy Firms Partner To Enhance Microgrid Delivery
A group of eleven energy product and service providers are partnering to improve the delivery of microgrids and distributed generation projects.
Major Investments Needed in Transmission and Distribution Infrastructure Globally
Transmission and distribution infrastructure investments are expected to reach US$198 billion by 2024
Results of Australian Smart Grid & Smart Meters Trial Revealed
Australia could realise over AUS$28 billion in net economic benefits over the next 20 years if smart grid technologies are rolled out nationally.
Close to Home: An imminent UK capacity crunch and the role of community energy
The UK government electrification plans need a 600% increase in grid capacity and £110Bn investment as UK fossil fuel reserves run out.
Large-Scale Renewables Demands Flexible Alternating Current Transmission Systems
Utilities are expected to invest a total of US$42.3 billion from 2014 through 2022 on Flexible Alternating Current Transmission Systems.
Build Electric Vehicle Infrastructure First, says Report
Range anxiety of electric vehicles are still a major concern for many consumers and utilities must relieve this.
General Electric and Meridium Collaborate on Asset Management Solution
General Electric and Meridium are developing a solution that will reduce up to 30% on asset maintenance costs.
Nigeria Powers Ahead
The Transmission Company of Nigeria needs US$1.1 billion per year to expand its network.
Nigeria’s Privatized Power Sector Is Experiencing Teething Problems
The low power supply, vandalism and poor metering are frustrating Nigeria’s plans for a robust privatized power sector.
Real-Time Pricing Could Be the Solution to Outages
Real-time pricing and energy efficiency will help Eskom recover the cost of peak demand.