Energy Management News

  • SAP S/4HANA Solutions for Downstream Companies: New Versions Now Available

    As of today, the new release of the SAP S/4HANA end-to-end solutions for the downstream industry is available to customers. It consists of the packages SAP S/4HANA Oil & Gas for Secondary Distribution Management (SAP S/4HANA SDM) and SAP S/4HANA Oil & Gas for Retail Fuel Network Operations (SAP S/4HANA RFNO). The solutions optimize and automatize the trade of oil and gas products and the ...


    By Implico Group

  • Madison, Wisconsin: BioCycle REFOR19 Site Tours

    BioCycle announced the site tours for its 19th Annual Conference on Renewable Energy From Organics Recycling (BioCycle REFOR19), October 28-31, 2019 in Madison, Wisconsin. Facilities to be toured on Oct. 31 (Halloween costumes are optional!) are: 1) GL Dairy Biogas Project: Gundersen Health System and Dane County in Wisconsin partnered with three farm families in Dane County to create an ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Why floating solar panels are on the rise

    Solar power companies in Southeast Asian that are competing for land with agriculture, industry and expanding populations have found an innovative alternative: placing floating panels in lakes, dams, reservoirs and the sea. ...


    By ProFloating B.V.

  • Report: Energy As A Service Market Hits Record USD 12,179 Million By 2024

    Global energy as a service market was valued at approximately USD 960 million in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around USD 12,179 million by 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 43.75% between 2018 and 2024.The rapid adoption of renewable energy sources, such as solar, tidal, and wind, is expected to foster ...


    By Zion Market Research

  • New Energy Renewing an Ancient Culture

    Since time immemorial, Tlingit – literally “People of the Tides” – have lived by the rhythm of Earth’s restless tides.  What better place for indigenous Southeast Alaska students to study the gifts the tides bring than the beaches their culture have relied upon for generations? To strengthen indigenous culture and renew their ties to their homeland, local ...

  • Renewable Hybrid Power Plants: Exploring the benefits and market opportunities

    This paper explores the benefits and market opportunities for Hybrid Power Plants (HPPs). As the share of variable renewable energy in power grids increases, a discussion on the potential advantages of HPPs, comprising wind or other renewables, with or without storage, has been evolving.Currently, the number of such HPPs under development or already operating in Europe is very limited. Their ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Simple Energy and Tendril Merge to Accelerate the Clean Energy Ecosystem

    Tendril and Simple Energy today announced they have merged their business operations and formed a new market leader: Uplight. By combining the recent acquisitions of EEme, EnergySavvy and FirstFuel with Tendril’s data analytics platform and Simple Energy’s consumer engagement marketplace, Uplight offers a comprehensive suite of customer-facing solutions to electric ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Portland General Electric's Ambitious Smart Grid Test Bed Launches

    Portland General Electric Company recently (7/15) announced the launch of its Smart Grid Test Bed, a first-of-its-kind-project that will integrate smart grid technology on a scale never before attempted in the United States. The project aims to accelerate PGE's vision for a clean energy future through partnering with customers in entirely new ways to decarbonize the grid."We're using ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Enel X Launches New Electric Mobility Business in North America

    Enel X, the Enel Group’s advanced energy services business line, launched its new electric mobility unit in North America by integrating the company’s US-based electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions subsidiary, formerly known as eMotorWerks, into the Enel X brand as of July 12. With the launch of this new unit, the company will add JuicePass, Enel X’s new EV charging app as well as eMotorWerks’ ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Smarter Grid Solutions Announces Upgrade of Key DERMS Offering

    Distributed Energy Resource Management System (DERMS) software company Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) recently (7/12) unveiled ANM Strata 2.0, the next generation of its flagship product following successful on-grid deployments and pilot projects in the US, UK and Germany. ANM Strata 2.0 is the most widely deployed and versatile DERMS on the market, with enhanced tools for data analytics, ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • The Way To Get Affordable Biochar Production Equipment For Sale

    If you can to help make biochar, and that is a type of charcoal, this can be an extremely valuable commodity. When it is possible to prove use mass quantities on this, typically using a pyrolysis machine, this might be one of the more beneficial products which you ever produce. Biochar is usually in high demand. There are people worldwide that are employing this for cooking and heating. It is ...

  • ARPA-E Investment in NREL Pays Dividends in Advancing Energy Tech

    Six words grab John Perkins' attention whenever he sees a presentation from the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy: "If it works, will it matter?""On that slide, will it matter?' is in a much bigger font than if it works,'" said Perkins, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's (NREL's) laboratory program manager for the 10-year-old agency (ARPA-E). "The point of that is they are willing ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Smart Grid Market Hits Record USD 60.29 Billion By 2024

    According to the report published by research firm Zion Market Research, the global smart grid market valued at approximately USD 29.86 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around USD 60.29 billion by 2024, growing at a ...


    By Zion Market Research

  • Decarbonization, Digitization and Decentralization are Accelerating the Countdown to a New Energy World Faster than Expected

    Renewable energy technology advances, innovation in storage and digitization and increased distributed energy generation are accelerating the pace of the global energy transition, according to the latest EY research in collaboration with IDC, a leading global analyst house. A year ago, EY teams and IDC mapped the major drivers to determine when three tipping ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • NEDO, Sharp, and Toyota to Begin Public Road Trials of Electrified Vehicles Equipped with High-efficiency Solar Batteries

    NEDO, Sharp Corporation (Sharp), and Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) recently announced a plan to commence public road trials from late July 2019. The trials aim to assess the effectiveness of improvements in cruising range and fuel efficiency of electrified vehicles equipped with high-efficiency solar batteries.To facilitate the execution of this trial, Sharp modularized its world-class, ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Utilidata and Sense Team up to Create End-to-End Digital Twin of Electric Grid

    Utilidata, an industry leader in energy optimization software extending from the substation to the grid edge, and Sense, whose intelligent home energy monitor provides real-time insights into energy and device activity in the home, recently (7/2) announced that they are joining forces to create a digital twin of the electric grid that maps ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Black & Veatch Announces New Global Power Structure to Enhance Focus on Integrated Generation and Grid Modernization

    In response to growing client demand for tailored solutions balancing conventional and renewable generation sources, as well as more distributed, resilient power sources and grid infrastructure, Black & Veatch recently (7/2) announced the reorganization of its global power business. The new organization elevates focus on Black & Veatch Power's Renewables business and ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • California Exceeds 2018 Solar Goal by Over 200 Percent

    In January 2007, California launched a $3.3 billion ratepayer-funded effort to install 3,000 megawatts (MW) of new distributed solar over the next decade and transform the market for solar energy by reducing the cost of solar generating equipment. The California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) portion of the solar effort is known as the California Solar Initiative (CSI) program. The CSI ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • New Solar Permit Software to Reduce Costs and Expand Residential Markets

    The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and The Solar Foundation are joining the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), several national residential solar companies, and other nonprofit organizations to develop new automated permit software for distributed solar and storage, reducing the cost of solar installations and saving resources for local governments and taxpayers.NREL ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • US solar energy developers come to visit our company

    On December 7, 2013, the famous American solar energy researcher came to our company. After carefully and carefully visiting our R&D department and production department, we discussed with the management of our company about the development of solar energy integrated ...

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