Author: Edd Gent
While solar and wind power are rapidly becoming cost-competitive with fossil fuels in areas with lots of sun and wind, they still can’t provide the 24/7 power we’ve become used to. At present, that’s not big a problem because the grid still features plenty of fossil fuel plants that can provide constant baseload or ramp up to meet surges in demand.
But there’s broad agreement…read full article
1 - What's next for industrial energy efficiency?
By Paul Noble
Why don't companies do more? This is the question to understand why organizations don't engage a holistic energy efficiency approach…read full article
From Davion Hill, first published here.
Joint Industry Program: IMPRESS
In July 2016, DNV GL proudly announced acquisition of Green Power Monitor, which monitors 2300 facilities in over 51…read full article
This paper explores renewables-linked behind-the-meter energy storage systems. It explores applications which can be performed with such systems, including the business model behind such applications and the duty cycle requirements of such applications. It also explores siting and technology choices, including battery types, inverter classifications and other purchasing and installation…read full business practice