microgrids

Raise Green Engages IBM to Build a Solution to Support Solar Developers

IBM and Raise Green, an impact investment marketplace for clean energy projects, announced their collaboration to develop Raise Green’s software solution deployed using Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud, intended to empower any entrepreneur to start their own community solar energy businesses. Today marks the rollout of the latest Beta version of the Originator Engine, following the initial […]

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Emera Technologies and Novonix Partner on Innovative Battery Technology

Emera Technologies and Halifax-based Novonix Battery Technology Solutions (Novonix) are working together to develop battery pack systems to support microgrids that will provide solar power directly to homes, and could lead to exciting future opportunities across North America. In the fall of 2020, Emera Technologies launched BlockEnergy, the first utility-owned community microgrid platform, and partnered with […]

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India’s Global Himalayan Expedition Wins UN Climate Action Award

Global Himalayan Expedition, an Indian organisation that leverages tourism and technology to help remote communities access solar energy has won the 2020 UN Global Climate Action Award. Global Himalayan Expedition, an Indian organisation that leverages tourism and technology to help remote communities access solar energy has won a prestigious UN award for its efforts to […]

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Tata Power’s 200 Microgrids to be Ready by 2021

TP Renewable Microgrid (TPRMG), a venture by Tata Power, is expected to complete the installation work of 200 microgrids and make them ready for use by next year, said the Rockefeller Foundation — a partner in the clean energy project. In November 2019, Tata Power had announced creating an arm, TPRMG, to set up 10,000 […]

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Record Number of Microgrids Installed in US Last Year: WoodMac

546 microgrids were installed in the United States during 2019, more than any previous year, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie. 546 microgrids were installed in the United States during 2019, more than any previous year, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie. Three organizations – PowerSecure, Enchanted Rock and The American Red Cross – installed a combined […]

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WoodMac’s Weekly Roundup: Covid-19 Impact on Power, RE Industry Globally

One of the leading research and consultancy group, Wood Mackenzie (WoodMac) has provided its weekly analysis on the impact of coronavirus on the power and renewable energy industry globally. As per the report preliminary findings, solar and storage are expected to see ~20 percent coronavirus impact as compared to the base case. Whereas onshore wind […]

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The Role of AI and ML in Solar Energy

Climate change is one of the biggest threats that humanity is currently facing. With these challenges which lie before the government and various energy solution providers, it has become imperative for them to provide a sustainable mode of renewable energy. This has also made renewable energy to be an alternative source of energy compared to […]

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Cenfura, C4D to Tokenise Renewable Assets in South Africa

Cenfura and C4D will tokenise microgrid assets in South Africa, the partnership will construct and operate solar and battery storage-based microgrid assets Cenfura has entered into an agreement with C4D to tokenise microgrid assets in South Africa. The partnership will construct and operate the solar PV and battery storage-based microgrid assets in 6,500 gated communities across South […]

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EVs, Storage, Microgrids and Corporate PPAs to be Key Trends in 2020: GlobalData

The power sector is witnessing significant changes. As 2019 draws to a close, Harminder Singh, Director of Power at data and analytics company GlobalData, looks at the key trends that will shape the industry in 2020, ranging from electric vehicles (EVs) to corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs). A. Electric vehicles “The adoption of electric vehicles […]

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