German-U.S. storage specialist Younicos snapped up by British power generation firm Aggreko in £40m deal.
Swedish power utility ramps renewable energy activity in recent weeks, spinning out a new photovoltaics & battery business unit from its business area wind.
The South Korean solar developer will install a 2.67 MW floating solar farm on the Deoku Reservoir that will rotate to track the sun’s rays throughout the day, delivering a 22% increase in harvest, the company claims.
The Lightyear One, developed by Dutch startup Lightyear, now available sale at retail price of €119,000. Company hopes to secure 200 orders by end of year.
Cheaper battery prices sees storage playing a broader role in energy markets, particularly for commercial customers seeking to reduce peak consumption, research from McKinsey shows.
Sunny and windy Sunday afternoon in the U.K. sees carbon intensity power production level fall below 100g of CO2 per kWh for first time ever, gifting country’s energy market glimpse into future power generation mix.
Report by the International Renewable Energy Agency shows large increase in number of people employed in renewable energy sectors.
The winning tariff is for 250 MW of solar capacity in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Younicos will design and supply a 49 MWlithium-ion battery storage system located at a former gas and coal power plant in northern England.
Former director of EDF says French nuclear industry is in its worst situation ever, and calls on UK to promote citizen solar.