A new offshore wind consortium has applied to develop an industrial scale green hydrogen production plant on the island of Flotta in Orkney, Scotland.
The world’s most powerful tidal turbine has begun generating power off the coast of Orkney, Orbital Marine Power has announced.
Current± sat down with SMS MD Mark Hamilton to discuss how FlexiGrid is managing demand in Orkney, what’s next for the ReFLEX project and what Solopower has to offer.
In November 2020, Invinity Energy Systems revealed it would be pairing its vanadium flow battery technology with the European Marine Energy Centre’s (EMEC) tidal generation on the Orkney Islands.
DriveElectric has teamed up with the ReFLEX Orkney project, to support electric vehicles (EVs) to further develop flexibility on the island.
In a world first project, tidal power is set to be combined with vanadium flow batteries to produce continuous green hydrogen.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has called for new renewable generation and storage connection applications to be added to its smart grid on Orkney.
The ‘world first’ flexibility trial Project TraDER has gone live on the Orkney islands.
Energy tech start-up Solo Energy has been acquired by Smart Metering Systems, it was announced today (27 March).