A new study carried out by independent experts from DNV GL has found that the european Commission’s draft Electricity Directive risks reducing the economic efficiency of demand response measures.
Fuel Cell manufacturer Elcogen is to supply its technology for a ground-breaking new project demonstrating how reversible solid oxide cells can be used in innovative clean energy storage systems.
Phase 1 of the Lefdal Mine Datacentre (LMD) in Norway was officially opened in a grand ceremony on May 10th and is ready for use.
German battery developer Dynavolt has inaugurated its new mass production lithium battery facility in the Southern Chinese province of Fujian.
Action taken by the UK to tackle climate change has successfully reduced emissions while also reducing household energy bills according to the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).
The £10.8 million Smart Islands project on the Isles of Scilly will provide a global model for electric vehicles and home batteries to play a major role in smart energy systems around the world.
A new report by Clean Horizon Consulting expects installed capacity energy storage capacity in France and the French Islands to triple by 2020, thus exceeding the 100 MW cap (excluding pumped hydro).