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Over the past decade, the number of renewable energy (RE) installations around the world has more than doubled, mainly led by new solar and wind installations.
According to the World Bank, mini-grids have the potential to play a pivotal role in achieving universal access to electricity by 2030.
This paper plunges into four factors influencing the viability of floating solar in order to provide tidbits of insights to overcome the rising tide of such uncertainties.
In the last few years, floating solar has gone from a niche to a viable market as the industry’s appetite for this cutting-edge technology has only intensified.
The Sun Exchange is a micro-leasing marketplace enabling anyone in the world to own solar cells and lease them to be installed in sunny emerging markets. In this interview, its ...
The path to solar asset circularity is a multi-stakeholder and integrated process that involves the entire value chain.
Hydrogen has long been hailed as a key to a carbon-free economy. Economists have now been able to show how hydrogen technology can be a vital component in the sustainable ...
Through its dedicated Utility Blockchain Interest Group (UBIG), EPRI seeks to accelerate industry learning and applications.
We can all benefit from blockchain as a digital tool for the grid, creating a reliable and affordable energy supply. That is the driving force behind this interactive map below, ...
Most of the current activity of microgrids is happening in APAC and North America, as the grids there are weaker, therefore they have a larger need for resilient microgrids.