Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe take a look back at 2019, re-capping some of the biggest stories in energy storage while also predicting what the key trends for the energy transition in 2020 may be.
Current± spoke to Phil Hewitt, EnAppSys founder and executive director, about this week's event, how the grid reacted and negative pricing as the future of the energy sector.
Great Britain will need at least 30GW of energy storage if it hopes to reach net zero by 2050, according to new research.
UK based battery company Moixa has surpassed a new milestone, managing a fleet of 10,000 home batteries which it claims to be the largest in the world.
Current±’s 2018 Review: E.On and Microsoft’s buddy act, and Ireland to welcome ‘world leading’ batteries
We reach the business end of the year in this edition of our re-cap of 2018, with the biggest stories of September and October featuring an interesting energy partnership between E.On and Microsoft and there’s talk of Ireland’s DS3 market, as it looks set to become home to “world leading” battery projects.
EDF has set out plans to become Europe’s leading e-mobility energy company within four years, pledging to become the biggest charging network operator and lead on smart charging technologies.
The UK could meet its future power demand predominantly through wind and solar generation without jeopardising security of supply, a new report has revealed.
Scottish Power has come under scrutiny from the demand side response (DSR) sector after proposing to Ofgem that de-rating factors applied to large scale battery storage should be extended to those used to provide DSR in the Capacity Market.
Case study: Blockchain technology is being put to the test in northern Europe, writes Jean-Baptiste Cornefert of sonnen.