To unleash its full economic potential, Nigeria must accelerate access to reliable and affordable power and the surest pathway to this ambition is solar power.
Some experts say that the Blockchain could be as disruptive as the internet itself upon its introduction, and that we can’t yet oversee what the impact and opportunities will be.
The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the key facts and figures related to Nigeria’s political situation, power sector and solar market developments.
Interest in energy-related blockchains is soaring as the technology opens up new possibilities for solar producers and consumers.
Mauro Soares, Argentina's national director for renewable energy, tells us first hand about the success of the RenoVar program, gives us an update on the latest tender rounds, and provides ...
What's better than a cold one underneath the scorching hot sun? A cold one brewed with POWER from the sun! Here's the top 50 beer breweries worldwide that are using ...
We've uploaded the recordings and slides of our "Blockchain impact on solar energy" webinar of December 14. Access all the proceedings of this insightful webinar and get answers to all ...
Kirana Sastrawijaya, from international law firm Baker & McKenzie, and Andre Susanto, from energy consulting firm Blue Jay Energy, joined the webinar as speakers, shedding light on project development and ...
Roads filled with self-driving electric cars, powered by solar and wind energy, that are notified by a smart electricity grid on whether they need to store excessive energy or supply ...
More and more PV plants across the world are being installed on water. These so called ‘floating solar systems’ (or ‘floatovoltaics’) are an appropriate solution to situations where roof and/or ...
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