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Rolling blackouts hit Mexico

  • 2024-05-09 06:47:00
  • David Flin

Mexico was hit by rolling blackouts on 7 May due high temperatures and drops in power generation.

Eskom has 29 days without load-shedding

  • 2024-04-25 07:17:13
  • David Flin

Eskom has announced that it has gone more than 29 days without load-shedding, which it attributes to sustained electricity generation capacity and sufficient emergency reserves.

Russian missiles damage Ukraine power facilities

  • 2024-04-01 07:29:49
  • David Flin

Russian missile and drone attacks hit thermal and hydro power plants in central and western Ukraine in the latest barrage targeting the country’s already damaged power infrastructure, as part of Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine.

California cuts costs of interconnection for distributed renewable energy sources

  • 2024-03-22 06:46:54.688126
  • David Flin

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has passed a decision to allow distributed renewable energy resources like residential solar and battery energy storage to interconnect to the grid without triggering grid impacts that require infrastructure upgrades.

A rise in renewable energy is futile if our grids can’t keep pace with the growth

  • 2024-03-20 17:47:47
  • Junior Isles

The switch to clean energy can only happen if grids are upgraded to connect to more renewable projects, and store excess energy for later use, rather than curtail it. But bureaucratic processes are causing major delays to key renewable energy projects.

By Frédéric Godemel, EVP Power Systems and Services at Schneider Electric

Largest US grid could see 58 GW of power generation shut by 2030

  • 2024-03-18 06:52:40.758404
  • David Flin

The largest US power grid, PJM Interconnections, could lose up to 58 GW of generating capacity by the end of the decade, according to a report by PJM’s Independent Market Monitor.

Volvo Penta and Aiab Energy to expand collaboration into BESS solution

  • 2024-03-05 07:16:23.202620
  • David Flin

Volvo Penta and Aiab Energy are strengthening their collaboration to provide integrated battery energy storage systems (BESS).

EU announces €37 million investment in Nigerian power sector

  • 2024-02-19 06:45:42.864493
  • David Flin

The EU has announced that it intends to invest €37 million into the Nigerian power sector, aiming to address the longstanding issue of inadequate electricity supply in the country.

Hitachi Energy and TransnetBW make German grid fit for future

  • 2024-02-16 12:03:42
  • Junior Isles

Hitachi Energy will supply two Enhanced STATCOM stations with the next-generation grid stabilization technology, SVC Light® Enhanced, to enable TransnetBW to improve power quality in the transmission grid, which supplies power to 11 million people and numerous industries.

TVA asks customers to conserve power to counter high demand

  • 2024-01-18 07:17:45.842755
  • David Flin

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has asked customers to “be aware of their power consumption” as heavy snow and cold temperatures create a record demand across southeast USA.