Daily Archives: July 16, 2020

Tilt Renewables output hit by system strength cutbacks and low wind speed

By Giles Parkinson Tilt hit by low wind speeds and system strength curtailments in South Australia, adding to woes of delayed commissioning of flagship Dundonnell project in Victoria. The post Tilt Renewables output hit by system strength cutbacks and low wind speed appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

Investor Justin Punch appointed as new chair of ARENA, Wilder ousted

By Michael Mazengarb Angus Taylor appoints impact investor Justin Punch as new ARENA chair, as he chooses not to extend Martijn Wilder’s contract in first stage of an expected board shake-up. The post Investor Justin Punch appointed as new chair of ARENA, Wilder ousted appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great…

Canada makes huge hydrogen commitment

By Charley Rattan Canadian gas and hydrogenThe UK;Through Blue to Green – Hydrogen and Innovation in the Northwest of… Join me on 28 July for;The new hydrogen economy – a practical guide for market entrants |… Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s…

Digitalisation lessons from industrial compressed air

By Alan Pears Compressed air systems, often called ‘the fourth utility’ after electricity, gas and water and used in drying, assembly, blow moulding and paint spraying, are often shockingly inefficient. The post Digitalisation lessons from industrial compressed air appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Strategies for recycling of solar panels

Researchers have conducted the first global assessment into the most promising approaches to end-of-life management for solar photovoltaic (PV) modules. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Energy News — ScienceDaily

Utilities Are Better Suited To Handle COVID Uncertainties – That’s Good News For Clean Energy

By Energy Innovation Utilities have been thrust into an environment of uncertainty by Covid-19: Overall power sales and wholesale electricity prices have fallen as activity has slowed while residential customer demand has increased. In response, public utility commissions have blocked disconnections and postponed late fees while expanding subsides for vulnerable customers to help shield.. Click…

New York PSC extends net metering for solar customers through January 2022 The extension was made to mitigate the harmful impact COVID-19 has had on the solar industry.

By Kelsey Misbrener Today the New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) signaled that it will extend net metering through January 2022 for current customers based on the devastating impact COVID-19 has had on the solar industry. In addition, the NYPSC established modest changes to net metering that will impact future rooftop solar customers in 2022….

Digital LNG Trading – Redefining Energy podcast

By Laurent Segalen In Episode 30 of the Redefining Energy podcast, we get an unique glance into the growth of the LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) Market over the past decade. We welcome Melissa Lindsay, Founder of the LNG Trading Platform EMSurge. Melissa details the creation of the LNG spot market as she was a broker…

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