Coronavirus ‘poses no threat to the UK’s power grid’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University. who spoke to Energy Live News about the global pandemic and its potential effects on energy infrastructure

Coronavirus ‘poses no threat to the grid’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University, who spoke to Energy Live News about the global pandemic

Toshiba unveils ‘world’s largest hydrogen plant’ in Fukushima

The new facility can produce as much as 1,200m3 of hydrogen per hour which will be used to stabilise the electricity grid and boost the use of renewables

Hydrogen Taskforce outlines decarbonisation plan

Over the next five years, it calls on the government to develop a cross-departmental Hydrogen Strategy and commit to spending £1 billion on producing, storing and distributing the gas

GE awarded $4.2m to develop advanced solar inverter control technology

The inverter improvements are expected to support the increasingly distributed, renewable-intensive grid in the US

Majority of consumers ‘like the idea of smart local energy systems’

That’s according to a new survey which explores how the public feel about homes and businesses generating and selling their own clean power

UK, France and Germany ‘leading on demand side flexibility in Europe’

Conversely, Sweden, Spain and Portugal were found to be lagging behind the rest of the region

UK fares poorly in power system flexibility rankings

A new report published by the Association for Renewable Energy & Clean Technology says this risks delaying the transition to a greener future energy system

Scotland
Scotland ‘could be poised for a clean heat revolution’

That’s the call from industry body Scottish Renewables, which suggests a new Heat Networks Bill could see the equivalent of 460,000 homes heated renewably by 2030

Moixa breaks 10k battery milestone in Japan

The firm claims it is now managing the world’s largest single fleet of smart batteries