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    The electrification revolution, which began in the 1860’s, completely changed the way people live and promoted social development. But according to the World Bank's State of Electricity Access Report there are 1.06 billion powerless people around the world. They still live in the dark and do not enjoy the benefits of electrification. 87% of them live in remote rural areas and islands far from power grids. Unfortunately, the cost to extend the power grid to them is too high.
  • Bloom Energy fuel cells to power 12 Equinix data centres in the US
    California-based global interconnection and colocation data centre company Equinix has signed a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with a subsidiary of Southern Company, under which Bloom Energy solid oxide fuel cells will be installed at 12 International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centres in the US.
  • Smart grid project scoops inaugural renewables prize
    Elsevier and the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) announce Dr. Sebastian Groh of ME SOLshare Ltd. as the winner of the Renewable Transformation Challenge.
  • Final conclusions from the OrPHEuS research project show the potential of hybrid energy grids for smart cities.
    Bringing together nine partner organizations from Germany, Austria, and Sweden, the European research project OrPHEuS has investigated the concept of hybrid energy grids as a way to increase the usage of renewable energy in urban areas in a “resilient, flexible and cost-effective manner”.
  • Taiwan spearheads smart grid
    More efficient, clean and robust ‘smart’ energy networks are potentially set to emerge from new and wide-ranging research led by Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI).
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