The UK Climate Change Committee has suggested that the government has ‘ambition but no detailed plans on reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050’.
With rapid population growth, spiralling power demand and the need to manage distributed energy, can Africa meet its energy challenges?
Synchrophased data: the essence of real-time power grid management?
Synchrophasors are being deployed as an effective method of managing data from distribution and other measurement units to assist with achieving net-zero grids.
With a new report stating wind and solar dominated grids are possible worldwide, South Australia continues to set ambitious targets for renewable energy distribution.
FUNDAMENTALS acquires Powerline Technologies to help Distribution Network Operators prepare for the demands of an electric future
FUNDAMENTALS is pleased to announce the completion of the Powerline Technologies acquisition, continuing the quest to solve the most complex challenges in the electricity network.
The UK’s National Grid ESO is looking to global partners in a bid to reduce power system emissions and drive decarbonisation.
South Australia’s transmission regulator turns off 67MW of solar power as demand drops to near-record levels due to a variety of factors.
UK’s all-electric future raises voltage challenge for DSOs
Nine network operators are looking to challenge Ofgem’s price control calculations after RIIO-2 pricing and methodologies were revealed in January.
Is the renewable energy economy set to permanently change Australia’s wholesale pricing structures and could this be an indicator for other markets?