Small Power, Big Grid: Part 2 - DERs AND REGIONAL LOAD FORECASTING

The Emerging Relationship between Distributed Energy Resources and the Transmission System.

Functionality of India's Renewable Energy Policy - In Wake of 175 GW by 2022

India has surely set up an ambitious goal of 175 GW of Renewable Energy by 2022, with solar and wind as the mainstream players aiming 100 GW (60 GW of Grid Interactive and 40 GW Rooftop) and 60 GW respectively.

VTT Develops Combustion Technologies for Biomass - Aims at Negative Emissions

VTT is seeking a carbon capture technology for Finnish power and heat production plants. The first pilots were implemented, using wood pellets, at VTT's Bioruukki and the results are promising.

Fact or Fiction: 3 Biggest Myths About NEXTracker Technology

There still seems to be some confusion in the marketplace surrounding specific types of tracking applications, especially when it comes to independent row, self-powered trackers (SPTs)

New Database Spanning Hundreds of Wind Test Reports

One area which benefits from digitisation is the evaluation of data from periodic turbine testing and inspection reports.

WORLD ENERGY COUNCIL ISSUES CALL TO ACTION

Statement issued by the World Energy Council on 9 October 2016 ahead of the 23rd World Energy Congress

'New Age Energy Markets need a new approach to Risk Management

For energy traders and utilities, profitability in this complex and evolving market requires a full and complete picture of assets, operations, positions and risk exposures. Too many utilities are still labouring under a painful burden of data management challenges, including lack of automation, multiple disparate systems and data formats.

Protecting an Endangered Species and a Solar Energy Project

Valuable Lessons in Co-existence

Using Y Connectors in String Inverter Systems: Part I

In Part I of this blog post Eric Every, Yaskawa - Solectria Senior Applications Engineer, explores cases in which PV system designers should use Y-connectors, what the code implications may be, how they may be used with internal inverter combiners.

SPI 2016 - Interview with SolaTrim

The floor team knows what to ask visitors and how to present our value to them. And for the most part, visitors are receptive and give us quite a positive response.

Small Power, Big Grid: Part 1

This series will focus on these questions in the area of transmission planning (regional load forecasting and solutions to identified grid needs), wholesale market design, and facilitation of utility business model reform.

High Tech High Goes Solar

High Tech High Chula Vista strives to empower its students to ask the big questions and make big changes in the world. Climate change is one of the most pressing issues in our world, making solar energy one of the most effective responses that HTHCV has at its disposal.

The Future of Bio-Inspired Batteries

A major advantage that bio-inspired batteries have as compared to other batteries is their ability to allow an instant recharge.

Making Biofuel a Cost-Effective, Renewable Source of Energy

Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory are using multiphysics simulation to better understand and optimize the conversion process for plant-derived biofuels.

Berkeley Lab Study
Continued Reductions in Wind Energy Costs

Experts anticipate cost reductions of 24%-30% by 2030 and 35%-41% by 2050, under a median or 'best guess' scenario, driven by bigger and more efficient turbines, lower capital and operating costs, and other advancements

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