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12 July 2018

Grids become highly vulnerable

Increasingly violent weather, probably caused by global warming, is increasingly taking down electricity distribution lines and poles and cyberattacks are increasingly taking out electricity, apparently just as trials for major terrorism of this sort.

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Self-Powering Smart Cities

The cost of renewable energies such as tidal and wave power in the open sea, wind and solar power have come down greatly in recent years but they are rarely considered viable for base power, largely because of the energy storage needed.

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City of Prince George installs a section of solar road

The City of Prince George has install a segment of solar panel pavement that connects to City Hall. The electricity generated is helping to meet City Hall's energy needs while at the same time supplying additional power for other uses such as offsetting energy requirements for the electric vehicle charging stations in the parking lot.

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Red John hydro scheme a game changer for renewables

Between 2007 and 2015, the total installed capacity of renewables electricity in Scotland has more than doubled. Due to its intermittent nature, the rise in renewable generation has resulted in increased demand for flexible capacity to help meet energy balancing requirements for the national grid system.

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 MPC Caribbean Clean Energy Fund and ANSA McAL Limited acquire Windpark

MPC Capital's investment platform for renewable energies in the CARICOM region, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy Fund, and ANSA McAL Limited, Trinidad and Tobago's largest conglomerate with companies throughout the Caribbean, will invest in the operational 21 MW windpark Tilawind, located in Tilar�n in the Guanacaste province, Costa Rica.

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 Study on information sharing for a waste to energy plant in Yokohama

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental & Chemical Engineering Co Ltd will jointly conduct an empirical research study with the city of Yokohama on introducing AI and IoT technologies in Waste to Energy plants through a public-private partnership.

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Bacteria-powered solar cell converts light to energy when overcast

Researchers have found a cheap, sustainable way to build a solar cell using bacteria that convert light to energy. Their cell generated a current stronger than any previously recorded from such a device, and worked as efficiently in dim light as in bright light.

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Peer to peer energy trading

The growth of distributed renewable energy generation has seen the emergence of many new concepts and business models. One such example is peer to peer energy trading. In this article IDTechEx looks at this new field in more detail, including a review of the technical and regulatory challenges and analysis of a number of key case studies.

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Facebook cancels Aquila microgrid drone

Google has cancelled its Titan drone project with a drone the size of an airliner first launched August 2015, intended to beam the internet to over one billion people lacking it. This 5kW microgrid was intended to stay up for weeks or years.

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 ABB solutions power Europe's greenest data center in Norway

With ABB technology Lefdal Mine Datacenter plans to become Europe's biggest, with the smallest environmental footprint. 

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