Articles tagged with: Carbon Emissions

DNV GL updates GRIDSTOR best practice guide

DNV GL updates GRIDSTOR best practice guide

4 Oct 2017, 12:27

Accreditation and certification house DNV GL has just published an updated version of GRIDSTOR, a best and recommended practice guide for stakeholders in the grid-connected energy storage sector.

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Towards a solar baseload

Towards a solar baseload

19 Nov 2015, 16:26
• By James P. McDougall

James P McDougall, CEO of Younicos blogs on the possibilities of establishing a solar-oriented baseload - and why his company is convinced of the scaling potential of utility-scale batteries.

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The importance of energy storage for delivering an effective deal at COP21

The importance of energy storage for delivering an effective deal at COP21

10 Sep 2015, 15:47
• By Andrew Jones

Later this year, the 21st annual session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21) will take place in Paris. Leaders from around the world are coming together with an overarching goal of creating a deal to support the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to limit the global temperature increase to 2°C above pre-industrial levels. Key to the reduction of global carbon emissions is the transformation of our energy networks, by adopting cleaner, more efficient and smarter technologies, writes Andrew Jones.

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Dispelling energy storage myths

Dispelling energy storage myths

8 Jan 2015, 16:45
• By Roger Lin

Just 3–4% of electricity generated by utilities globally is stored today, according to the International Energy Agency. This is despite the fact that storage can help overcome the energy ‘trilemma’ of curbing rising energy prices, the need to ensure the security of supply and creating a low carbon economy. So, what’s the hold-up? Taking the UK as his starting point but with lessons transferrable to other regions, Roger Lin of NEC Energy Solutions explains and counters some of the myths that stand in its way.