Daily Archives: November 7, 2019

Netherlands floats its solar boat as it aims for 27GW by 2030

By Sophie Vorrath Where will the Netherlands accommodate a forecast 27GW of solar by 2030? The completion of its largest floating solar project offers a clue. The post Netherlands floats its solar boat as it aims for 27GW by 2030 appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

SolarEdge revenues surpass $1bn in first three quarters of 2019

By Press Release SolarEdge financial results for third quarter of 2019 include record revenues, record solar product revenues, and 1.5GW of inverters shipped. The post SolarEdge revenues surpass $1bn in first three quarters of 2019 appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

What to do with complexity?

By Rafael Herzberg What to do with complexity?I believe there is unanimity among those who work in the energy arena that the system is getting a lot more complex.Until recently it was a system with a few large power plants centrally dispatched. In recent times distributed generation has emerged intensely.The new challenge is to address…

Tuvalu heads for 35% renewables with $6m solar and storage grant

By Sophie Vorrath ADB grant to install rooftop solar, storage and ground mounted PV across Tuvalu promises to take daytime electricity supply to 35%, and 100% at times. The post Tuvalu heads for 35% renewables with $6m solar and storage grant appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

The Strategic Path To Digital Transformation

By Linda Stevens The oil and gas industry is ripe for automation. With decades of data collected for very specific uses, this data can now be used for managing and utilizing assets in a way never possible before. How to best collect, manage and integrate this data will be a challenge, but the rewards are…

Followup to Question on Climate Action

By Rami Reshef Just before the U.N. Climate Action Summit in New York, we asked the Energy Central Community: “How can we align the leadership of the global energy industry to accelerate the end to climate disruption?”And we were excited by the outpouring of response – no less than 18 contributors from different companies in…

Minnesota utilities offer to lessen demand charges on EV fast chargers

By Great Plains Institute (GPI) GPI recently released a white paper analyzing the economics of direct current fast charging (DCFC) as part of our work with the Midcontinent Transportation Electrification Collaborative (MTEC). DCFC stations are critical for widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) because they provide access to much faster battery charging in public places…

Africa poised to lead way in global green revolution, says report

By Jillian Ambrose Continent is set for massive urbanisation but can avoid relying on fossil fuels, says IEAAfrica is poised to lead the world’s cleanest economic revolution by using renewable energy sources to power a massive spread of urbanisation, says an IEA report.The IEA, or International Energy Agency, predicts that solar energy will play a…

Implications of the UK’s fracking ‘ban’

By Charley Rattan Dr Massey and I analyse the implications of the UK’s fracking ban in our latest podcast. Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

Grattan: Labor’s post-mortem leaves the hard work still to be done

By Michelle Grattan The messages from Labor’s 2019 election post-mortem are clear. Have a better strategy. Have a stronger narrative, fewer policies, greater emphasis on economic growth. Have a better leader. The post Grattan: Labor’s post-mortem leaves the hard work still to be done appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great…

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