Siemens yesterday opened what it claims is one of the world's most advanced robotic battery module factories.
In March 2017, power generated from the sun and the wind reached a significant milestone in the US. For the first time ever, solar and wind energy accounted for 10 per cent of the country’s electricity generation (8 per cent wind and 2 per cent solar), according the US Energy Information Administration.
It’s 2019 – that’s nearly 2020! It doesn’t seem long ago that the EU was setting what seemed like fairly radical targets for 2020; for decarbonization, for renewable energy use and for energy efficiency.
All hands are needed on deck when it comes to the future power generation needs of the world. And all hands should be digitized and ready to pitch in to help each other.
Blockchain could be “the leading enabler of decentralization, democratization, and liberalization in the power industry”, according to a new report.
This article discusses the emerging design patterns for the next-gen energy market and carbon energy tokens, all of which seek to serve the goal of meeting global zero carbon emissions.
Energy engineering company Valmet is to supply automation technology to a biomass power plant in its native Finland.
Hitachi today announced that it will acquire ABB’s power grids business for around $6.4bn.
One of the first unbiased, major comprehensive reviews of blockchain has concluded that the technology is “actually delivering on its promises in a number of areas directly related to energy”.
The pace of digitalisation in energy is increasing rapidly. In fact, global investment in digital electricity infrastructure and software has grown by over 20 per cent annually since 2014.