Tagged Generation

Wave Solar acquires Solargraf’s lead generation business

By Kelsey Misbrener Wave Solar, a lead generation platform built exclusively for solar installers, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Solargraf’s consumer education service: My Solar Installer. Solargraf is a software platform for solar installers known for its integrated financing features, mobile-friendly design and pro quoting tools. “We are pleased to welcome Solargraf’s…

Granville Harbour wind farm nears first generation in Tasmania

By Sophie Vorrath Tasmania’s 112MW Granville Wind Farm on track to start sending power to the grid in December, with the first of its 31 turbines nearing completion. The post Granville Harbour wind farm nears first generation in Tasmania appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Grid Edge Trends From 2019 (So Far)

By [email protected] 2019 has seen a steady evolution of policy, regulation and business model innovation at the grid edge. The themes of digitalization, decentralization, flexibility and resilienc” keep cropping up, touching sectors from EV infrastructure to microgrids, demand response and beyond. Reflecting on the third quarter, Wood Mackenzie’s grid edge team highlighted key trends and…

Official: Kia Soul EV delayed until 2021

By [email protected] (Aaron Cole) Kia confirmed Thursday that its next-generation all-electric Soul EV won’t arrive for the 2020 model year, but instead will be delayed until 2021. Kia spokesman Neil Dunlop confirmed the news to Green Car Reports. Dunlop said the delay was due to limited battery supply and electric motor shortages. Dunlop said the…

Coal power takes dive in September, as renewables hit new record

By Tristan Edis & Sarah Morton September’s generation data marks noticeable turning point for National Electricity Market. Wind and solar push coal to lowest levels since carbon price. The post Coal power takes dive in September, as renewables hit new record appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Are Ancient Bugs the Key to Storing Wind and Solar?

By [email protected] As grids get saturated with wind and solar electricity, there’s increasing pressure to find new ways to store that energy across daily, monthly or seasonal variations. Could the answer be a billion-year-old microorganism? The National Renewable Energy Laboratory and SoCalGas are currently running a new bioreactor that could turn renewable electrons into renewable…

Wind driving UK renewables generation

Renewables will soon provide the largest share of the UK’s electricity generation mix, according to official figures, with the growth in wind — lately in offshore — driving the sector to a tipping point. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Wind Power News & Analysis RSS Feed

Analysis: AEMC road map ignores advice, and could make things worse

By David Leitch New AEMC blueprint ignores bulk of expert submissions and overseas experience, and may make Australia’s transmissions problems worse for new generation rather then better. The post Analysis: AEMC road map ignores advice, and could make things worse appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

AEMC proposes complex new market signals for wind and solar networks

By Giles Parkinson AEMC unveils complex new market signals for new wind and solar generation and network investment, but many question the design, and the rush to implement them. The post AEMC proposes complex new market signals for wind and solar networks appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew…

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