Winning projects include solar farms in Kenya, geothermal power stations in Ethiopia and battery storage across sub-Saharan Africa
A network of 100 domestic batteries have been installed and aggregated in a cloud platform that can be charged or discharged according to the needs of the grid
The British multinational engineering firm’s interest has increased to 73.1%
The firm has bought what it claims are ‘two of the UK’s largest energy storage facilities’
The total capacity of battery storage planning applications has soared from nearly 6,900MW a year ago to more than 10,500MW today
The Resilience as a Service (RaaS) project seeks to avoid carbon intensive standby generation while supporting network reliability and resilience
Projects sought under the Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programmes are fuel and technology neutral
An additional 5MW development is being installed at the site near Taunton
KiWi Power, a global entech company headquartered in London, has won a contract with specialist fund manager Gresham House New Energy.
On the 9th August, a significant power cut across the UK caused 300,000 homes and businesses to lose power, affecting a total of 1 million people.
The National Grid worked quickly to fix the issue and are investigating its cause, but it left many businesses wondering: could this happen again?