The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) believes there is mutual benefit to both the EU and UK maintaining as close a relationship as possible post Brexit, but strong concerns remain about funding and membership of Euratom, following Britain’s departure.
The end of May saw Pivot Power announce plans to build 2 GW of battery storage for the UK’s power transmission network.
Power and utilities (P&U) deals globally reached an all-time quarter high of $97 billion (EUR 83.4bn) in the first quarter (Q1) of 2018, according to EY.
Modelling can play a crucial role in identifying the optimum level of energy storage for a project. A key factor when planning energy storage systems (ESS), for example for a microgrid, is to determine the expected cost savings and performance benefits provided by various ESS configurations.
Martyn Williams, managing director of industrial software company COPA-DATA UK and Mark Hardy, chief executive of Capula write for Power Engineering International Magazine on how these smart technologies are changing the way the grid generates, manages, distributes and stores energy.