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Ofgem supports National Grid with £1.5m for energy network innovation

Smart Energy International

National Grid Electricity Transmission has been awarded £400k ($532k) for three projects that will help develop a net zero electricity network – including replacing greenhouse gas SF6 with a low carbon alternative as well as utilising satellite data analytics to future proof against the impacts of climate change.

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US May Host First Factory for Siemens Gamesa’s 14MW Offshore Turbine


after confirming on Tuesday that it will supply that model to Dominion Energy’s Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project. waters, with targeted installation over the course of three phases in 2024-2026. The turbines will be ready for commercial installation sometime around 2024. General Electric, the only major U.S.-based


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Build Back Better: Top green consultancies beef up post-coronavirus services

Business Green

Mitie, Centrica Business Solutions, Anthesis,and Drax all debut new offerings this week, as corporates reiterate their commitment to climate action. As companies get back to business and we all adjust to a new normal, now is an ideal time to ensure that green thinking is leading the UK's economic recovery. "To

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Delivering a net zero-ready grid

Smart Energy International

New demands on the network from the cars we drive, to the way we heat/cool, or power our homes will change the traditional power flows and role of the electricity network. Society can move faster than power networks. Experiential data shows that one EV takes about the same amount of power as one house in a year.

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ABB charges into the future with Formula E


The global electric racing championship Formula E has been a huge success by any measure. Automakers like Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Nissan, and Jaguar have embraced the series, which is surely the world’s most prominent showcase for electric vehicle performance. You need to manage your energy in order to be efficient.