An emergency relief fund to provide healthcare organisations on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Sub-Saharan Africa with reliable power has been awarded to a solar home system provider, Lumos.
A four-year €4m ($4.5m) EU research project has been launched to design a small-scale cogeneration engine using biomass to produce heat and electricity – a move that the project developers believe could unlock mainstream renewables in the heating and cooling sector.
Spain-based utility Iberdrola has completed a project it says will contribute to accelerating the decarbonization process by using blockchain technology to guarantee that the energy supplied to the consumer is 100% renewable.
UK demand management company Flexitricity has appointed a new head of supply as it prepares to launch a commercial energy supply offering.
ABB is to supply a 30 MW battery storage microgrid solution to an area in Australia which has a high penetration of renewables into the grid.
A new microgrid featuring multiple energy resources has been unveiled this week at the Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve in the US state of Wisconsin.
Loadbank manufacturer Crestchic has supplied a 300 kVA restive/reactive loadbank to the UK's University of Chester.
Indian EPC firm Sterling and Wilson has won its first large-scale hybrid and energy storage turnkey EPC contract order in Western Africa.