Towards the end of 2017, blockchain seemed to be universally hailed as the solution for nearly every problem the energy industry ever faced.
Energy deregulation and blockchain: a perfect match? That is the main question is everyone's mind right now.
Floatovoltaics (floating solar) is a growing market and essentially has become an alternative to conventional solar.
Grid-connected microgrids hold the potential to facilitate the integration of renewable energy generation without expensive grid reinforcements, improve energy efficiency, resiliency and most importantly cut on costs and carbon.
Energy storage has been the big promise of the energy transition for years, however the business case for storage has been a tough one to make up till now.
Blockchain and Energy is starting to gain traction as it approaches the onset of a renewable and decentralized energy grid. However, not without a share of opportunities and challenges.
The current cost pressure climate and the emphasis on increasing profits have put forth the need for cost reduction strategies in the solar space.
Solarplaza hosted two webinars (20 & 27 September, 2018) dedicated to corporate renewable energy in Asia.
The pay-as-you-go (PAYG) model is proving to be an effective approach in delivering electricity access through distributed solar. Still, there is considerable untapped opportunity for growth.
The corporate world is the end consumer of almost 60% of all the energy produced in the world, making it a vital link in the global energy transition.
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