Fuel Cell Plant Installed in London Office Block
The ultra-clean and efficient power-generating fuel cell system is being introduced to London, providing the city with clean-air and at the same time, supporting its carbon reduction targets.
Smart Technology; Changes and the Consumer
The traditional structure of the customer domain reduces the end-user to a passive consumer of energy. In the foreseeable future, the smart grid will bring about two key changes in the consumer’s role within the energy sector: local microgeneration and electricity storage.
MENA Region’s Power Projects Need US$250bn
The MENA region’s power sector needs a financial boost to support its growing population and infrastructure needs.
Is the UK Full Of Wind?
As the UK and the global renewables sector celebrates the launch of the world’s largest offshore windfarm, the London Array, Tory energy minister John Hayes ruins the festivities by announcing that the UK has had enough of the “relentless march of onshore wind farms.”
Puerto Rico’s Wind of Change
Puerto Rico moves closer to its renewable energy targets as it begins to harness its available renewable energy sources.
Germany’s Energy Transformation Relies on Sluggish Grid Action Plan
Germany’s ambitious energy transformation has the world’s attention but role-players will need to put plans in to action in order to meet fast-approaching energy targets. EU Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger recommends that Germany follows Spain’s example and forms one power network operator.
Africa’s Energy Projects Receive Financial Boost
US-based Blackstone Group will invest in Africa’s energy projects as the continent’s energy demand escalates.
Focus on designing the right solution the first time
Interview with Martin Speiermann, VP Sales and Marketing, PowerSense, gold sponsors at this year’s Transmission & Distribution/Smart Grids Europe.
Going Solar – Morocco to Save 2.5m Tons of Fossil Fuel
Morocco’s solar energy plans are well-underway as investments are sought.