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.
SSE is to build a new $467m combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant in Lincolnshire, northern England.
The UK’S prioritisation of demand side response (DSR) is being monitored internationally, as the country’s present energy system is seen as a harbinger for the rest of the world to follow.
Drax is set to commence a pilot bioenergy carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at its plant in Yorkshire, northern England.
Eight years ago, Christoph Ostermann and Torsten Stiefenhofer noticed the need for a market for energy storage systems, and sonnen was born. Communications spokesperson Mathias Bloch speaks about the evolution of the company over the past decade and its ambition to be a hub of decentralized energy technologies into the future.
Until recently, ‘utilities’ and ‘innovation’ were not words that were typically synonymous with each other. But times are changing fast. The utilities sector is now characterized by radical transformation, and utilities are now on a countdown to change.
REDEN Solar, a leading solar IPP from France, has just acquired several existing photovoltaic power plants in Portugal, representing a total capacity of 50 MW. The French Solar project developer also announced plans to develop new projects in the country in the coming years.
The UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has dismissed newspaper reports from Japan, which claims Prime Minister Theresa May had personally pledged to give UK financial backing to the Wylfa Newydd plant in Anglesey, Wales.