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Community solar is on the move

Although having 'Tesla' in your headline is always a solid way to generate more clicks, I'm purposely leaving it out this time to...

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Kalifornien plant EV-Initiative

Noch gibt es genug Zweifel an Kaliforniens' ehrgeizigem Ziel, die Verkehrwende in dem Staat radikal durchzusetzen. Dabei soll jetzt die...

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2020 FiT expirations could be inflection point for Germany’s residential energy storage sales

With the very early adopters of solar in Germany facing the end of their FiTs in 2020 it certainly does present a significant opportunity...

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Europe’s largest hybrid flywheel battery project to help grid respond to energy demand

This is an interesting project to follow. Lithium Ion batteries take most of the headlines, and most of the revenues, but hybrid systems...

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PV accounts for 12,3% of net generation in Germany in May

May and June have been record breaking months for PV generation all over Europe. Recently renewables made up over 50% the UK's...

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UK renewables muscle out fossil fuels for first time

Wow, what a fantastic feat! With the extra solar and wind capacity built over the last 12 months, records have been tumbling on a weekly...

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Continental Reveals New Wireless EV Charging System

I drive a PHEV, I had to make that choice as the charging infrastructure in the UK, even in London, is very poor. That said huge strides...

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