Articles tagged with: Grid Resilience

Feature
Guest blog

Grid synchronous inertia: Vital to stabilising the grid and preventing the next blackout

14 Jul 2020, 08:18 • By Dr Javier Cavada, Gary Preece
Grid synchronous inertia: Vital to stabilising the grid and preventing the next blackout

Taking the UK's transmission system and the circumstances which led to a dramatic blackout as a direct example, Javier Cavada and Gary Preece of liquid air energy storage (LAES) systems company Highview Power look at how such events could be avoided, cost-effectively and with lesser environmental consequences.

Interviews
‘Batteries are just a ticket to the ball game’ - an interview with Greensmith

‘Batteries are just a ticket to the ball game’ - an interview with Greensmith

2 Apr 2015, 16:38
• By Andy Colthorpe

PV Tech Storage interviews John Jung of Greensmith, an energy storage system and software provider which claims to have been involved with one third of all storage deployed in the US last year. Jung discusses ‘killer apps’, opening up new business models in new markets, software and battery agnosticism.

Guest blog
Grid resilience: helping economies save billions

Grid resilience: helping economies save billions

22 Jan 2015, 15:17
• By Andrew Jones

Energy security is a growing concern for economies across the world with electricity outages currently costing economies billions of dollars annually, driving electricity prices up. The US experienced nearly 700 power outages caused by severe weather between 2003 and 2012, costing the country up to US$70 billion annually.