Siemens and TÜV SÜD are collaborating to provide digital safety and security assessment to address the growing risk of cyberattacks on critical energy infrastructure.
The whole of Lekki district in Lagos, Nigeria, was subject to a total blackout following a complete system collapse starting 15.09 hours on 28 April.
GE Renewable Energy’s Grid Solutions’ business has announced that it has signed two deals to build energy systems in Benin and upgrade three substations in Cote d’Ivoire.
The South African Government has announced that it will give a 69 billion rand ($4.9 billion) cash injection to Eskom over the next three years.
Hyundai Mobis, the parts and service arm for the South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Company, has leveraged its own H2 fuel cell technology for electric vehicles to create an emergency H2 power generation system at its H2 fuel cell plant in Chungju, South Korea.
The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) has issued a draft integrated resource plan (IRP) that calls for segmenting the island’s electrical grid into eight minigrids, along with myriad microgrids, and installing more energy storage than is currently available in the USA.
GE has announced that it plans to consolidate its renewable and grid assets into a single unit. It said that this will help it tap into the global demand for clean energy generation.
GE Power’s Grid Solutions business has inaugurated the Baghdad West North Substation as part of its support for the development of Iraq’s power infrastructure.
Centrica has announced that it has completed work on a 49 MW battery storage facility on the former site of the Roosecote power station in Cumbria, UK.
The energy sector is changing – with numerous factors reshaping an industry that must adapt to rising demand for renewable energy.
By Paul Dight, energy partner at Addleshaw Goddard