Europe can be the global centre of clean energy innovation. All the ingredients are there. But there’s one crucial ingredient that we are a little short on: in Europe, we need more clean energy innovators and entrepreneurs.
By Frank Gielen, Education Director for InnoEnergy
China’s power sector reforms represent perhaps the world’s largest industrial reform programme, with important consequences globally as well as new opportunities domestically.
by Christian Romig, Head of Management Consulting for China at Pöyry
It has been a long time coming, but the Irish government has finally announced its new support scheme for renewables for the next decade.
By Andrew Ryan, Partner, TLT, Northern Ireland
There’s an uncomfortable truth emerging alongside the proliferation of distributed energy resources (DERs) being integrated onto the grid; traditional grid management systems at the distribution level can often no longer adequately grasp what’s going on behind the meter.
By Sachin Gupta, Senior Sales Director – North America, OMNETRIC
UK utilities know they must deliver more on customer service, efficiency and costs, but figures show that their efforts are stalling.
By Saul Zambrano, Global Industry Director for Energy and Utilities at Software AG
When it comes to connecting new solar facilities to the National Grid, appointing an Independent Connection Provider can be an economic, efficient and standardised option for developers. Dave Ogden, commercial director at Smith Brothers, explores the benefits that can be gained from enlisting such turnkey service providers.
If you had to provide the documentation for any construction that your company has worked on, could you do it in 24 hours or would you be stuck paying daily fines until you could deliver what regulators say you should have on hand at a moment’s notice?
By John Nixon, Senior Director Energy and Utilities at Siemens PLM Software
Understanding the EU clean energy package is the first step to success
By Leonardo Meesus, Professor at Vlerick Business School and Florence School of Regulation
Decentralisation – the transformation of the “one-way street” of energy into a multi-directional, multi-lane web – is nothing less than a revolution in how we generate, store, move, and consume energy.
By Darren Farrar, Energy Segment Manager at Schneider Electric
Proving itself to be a real game-changer, technological innovation is opening up a wave of new possibilities for the commercial energy procurement sector, with businesses great and small now poised to reap the rewards of greater flexibility and intelligent data. From efficiency improvements to significant bill reductions, both the incentives and platforms are firmly in play, and so the ball is now in the court of the individual business: should they stay within the comfort zone of an inclusive deal, or set themselves up for a win by switching to a pass-through option? Chris Maclean, CEO, Open Energy Market shares his insight on how flexibility in the procurement market is changing the game.