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Flexible Gas CHP Sets New Standards in Northern German City of Kiel
As Domestic Off-grid Sector Surges, Nigeria Will Install New PV Microgrid
Developer PowerGen has installed a new mini-grid in the country and plans to develop nine more projects with the support of the World Bank.
2020 Could Be Africa’s Arrival As A Solar Market With Size
After a long wait, 2020 could well mark a decisive shift in the energy availability graph for countries in Africa, as multiple approaches and tactics finally ma
Energy-Storage may be the Key to Maximise Power Generation
Electricity generated by burning fossil fuels like coal and natural gas now constitutes nearly two-thirds of all power produced in the world.
Microgrid Technology Market Expected To Reach Multi Billion Dollars
The burgeoning U.S. microgrid industry is set to install less controllable capacity this year than it did last year. But that setback may prove a temporary blip
Five Things to Know about Power-Storing Microgrids
More than a million Californians were left in the dark for days recently as their big utility companies shut off power for fear of sparking wildfires.
5G Security and Energy Grid Resiliency in Natural Disasters
The fast and reliable speeds 5G delivers has made the smart grid — an energy grid intelligently managed by data-collecting internet of things (IoT) devices —
Glendale will get a Piece of Landmark Solar-Energy, Battery Storage Project
Glendale will be getting a small piece of one of the country’s largest and cheapest forthcoming solar and battery energy storage projects.
Nigeria Company Rensource Completes $20m Financing to Develop Decentralized Energy
Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, only has 12 GW of installed grid capacity, with just one-in-four Nigerians connected to the national power grid. In co
Evergen, Solar Service Group Jointly Promote Large-scale VPP Deployment
A new strategic partnership between Evergen and Solar Service Group aims to drive large-scale virtual power plant (VPP) deployment across Australia.
Why is Wind + Storage Getting Short Shrift?
Hybrid plants combining wind, solar and batteries can reliably supply electricity during peak-demand hours, the author writes.
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Myanmar’s Largest Mini-Grid Unveiled
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