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Weslh Water bolsters green credentials with clean tariff and EIB loan

Weslh Water bolsters green credentials with clean tariff and EIB loan

12 Jul 2017, 11:00

Dwr Cymru Welsh Water has signed a five-year deal with DONG Energy to guarantee the energy it buys from the grid will come from renewable energy sources, as it announces plans to increase its own generation capabilities to supply 30% of its energy needs by 2019.

ABB to deploy new microgrid test bed for University of Chester

ABB to deploy new microgrid test bed for University of Chester

3 Jul 2017, 11:33

A new microgrid project to be delivered by ABB at the University of Chester will use a range of distributed energy resources to prove such projects can connect or disconnect from a main grid connection and operate in an islanded mode without incident.

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Sponsored Demand flexibility and its power to reduce supplier imbalance risk

19 Jun 2017, 09:35 • By Robyn Lucas
Demand flexibility and its power to reduce supplier imbalance risk

Robyn Lucas, data scientist at Open Energi, discusses the company’s collaboration with energy suppliers and their customers to help make the most of the flexibility in their energy consumption. Using smart demand flexibility to sustainably balance the system, we can mitigate the risk of volatile prices and help reduce rising system charges.

Smart grid project trebles renewable generation on Shetland

Smart grid project trebles renewable generation on Shetland

12 Jun 2017, 11:14

A five-year smart grid project to integrate renewables onto Shetland’s local energy system using large scale storage and new forms of network management has been hailed a success by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN).