A Japanese partnership, which includes the Yokohama and Kawasaki municipal governments alongside three industrial collaborators, is starting a new project to implement and evaluate an end-to-end, low-carbon hydrogen supply chain, which will use hydrogen produced from renewable energy to power forklifts.
26 May, 2016
When many people are asked to imagine a solar panel, they will immediately think of the large, dark blue, silicon-based panels commonly seen in residential rooftop installations. However, recent innovations in alternative photovoltaic technologies have opened the possibility of solar panels with features such as flexibility, customised shape and transparency. George Dibb talks about a recent EU project focused on improving the performance and reducing the cost of flexible organic PV panels.
24 May, 2016
When commercial developers and academic institutions team up, it’s a win-win, says Zev Rosenzweig, CEO and Founder of AORA Solar.
17 May, 2016
Argentina’s new government is keen to finally realise the country’s renewables potential after years of false starts. Could this be a new dawn for one of the world’s most promising regions? Rachel Parkes reports.
11 May, 2016
Ken Milne, Director of Energy & Support Services at the Isle of Man Department of Economic Development, discusses some of the developments occurring for the Isle of Man’s energy sector.
06 May, 2016
GRID4EU recently collaborated with ABB to explore the feasibility of introducing smart grids across Europe. Dipl Ing Peter Noglik, Principal Scientist at ABB R&D Germany, Professor Dr Lars Jendernalik, Lead Operations for Ruhr-Niederrhein at Westnetz GmbH and Dipl Ing Anton Shapovalov, Research Associate at TU Dortmund University explained to ABB’s Jochen Kreusel the outcome of the project and what it means for the energy landscape in Europe.
04 May, 2016