Renewable Energy

The European storage market is expected to reach 3000MWh in 2021

The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE), the leading member-supported association representing organisations active across the entire energy storage value chain, and Delta-EE, Europe’s leading new energy research and consulting company, launch the fifth edition of the European…

🕘 23/03/2021

Transforming manufacturing resilience could add £26bn of productivity value to the economy

The global omni-channel product and services solutions provider for industrial customers RS Components (RS) has launched the Resilience Index, one of the most comprehensive studies of UK resilience that paints a mixed picture for senior engineers looking to build resilience into their plan…

🕘 12/03/2021

Optilan wins Seagreen wind farm security and telecoms contract

Optilan, the leading security and communications company for the energy, infrastructure, pipeline, and rail sectors, can today announce that it has been contracted to supply telecommunications and security services for the Seagreen Wind Farm project. Optilan will supply telecoms services, including…

🕘 05/03/2021

World’s first commercialised hydrogen fuel cell powers drones for humanitarian missions

Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) is delivering humanitarian relief to remote locations using drones powered by energy-dense hydrogen fuel cells. With two hours of flight time, the drones have transported masks and emergency supplies between US Virgin Islands and have delivered medical AEDs to the…

🕘 19/01/2021

New control technology will help heavy-duty vehicles go ‘fossil free'

Libertine, the creator of Smart Engine technology for hybrid electric vehicles and distributed power generation, has demonstrated technology that could help leading truck manufacturers to fulfil pledges to make all heavy-duty vehicles fossil free by 2040. Tests conducted late last year established…

🕘 13/01/2021

Manufacturers more open to innovation because of Covid-19, as Made Smarter Technology Accelerator announces industry partners

New research commissioned by Digital Catapult and the Made Smarter Technology Accelerator reveals that COVID-19 could prove to be a turning point when it comes to UK manufacturers implementing advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, the internet of things or 5G, with 77%…

🕘 06/01/2021

2021 predictions for UK entrepreneurs & SMEs

Mark Supperstone, Managing Partner at ReSolve, a restructuring and investment practice, on how he believes 2021 will pan out for the UK’s entrepreneurs and SMEs: • Further Government assistance for employers. Whilst the furlough scheme was previously slated to end in March, the Chancellor has…

🕘 05/01/2021

LevelTen Energy Announces New RE-Store Energy Agreement, Paving the Way for More Utility-Scale Storage Development

LevelTen Energy has just announced its RE-Store Energy Agreement, an innovative financial contract that enables corporations and Load-Serving Entities easier access to the economic and risk-reducing benefits of energy storage projects. The agreement, developed in collaboration with EnergyGPS, opens…

🕘 17/12/2020

Nexans has been awarded six contracts for solar farm projects by Biosar Australia

Australia has been enjoying a boom period in its solar power market which could see its solar power capacity almost doubling to over 12GW. Nexans is playing a key role in this growth by supplying specialized power cables for Australia’s solar farms and has just been awarded contracts for six…

🕘 09/12/2020

Electric vehicle registrations surpass National Grid’s System Transformation projections

Data published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) showed that by October more than 75,000 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) had been registered over 2020, representing more than the total BEV registrations for 2018 and 2019 combined. Further analysis into these figures by…

🕘 20/11/2020