Renewable energy, synthetic inertia, and the US grid

Renewable energy, synthetic inertia, and the US grid

Renewables Renewable energy, synthetic inertia, and the US grid May 12, 2022 James O’Brien The global supply of renewables is expected to grow by 35 gigawatts from 2021 to 2022, falling short of global power demand, anticipated to increase up by 100 gigawatts...
What’s up with hydrogen?

What’s up with hydrogen?

Renewables What’s up with hydrogen? May 9, 2022 Guest Contributor: Dr. Mani Vadari There’s a lot of talk of the promise of hydrogen swirling around our industry today. As we move through the energy transition, we should look at all potential technologies...
BESS’ vital role in UK’s energy transition

BESS’ vital role in UK’s energy transition

Operational Technologies   Power Networks   Renewables BESS’ vital role in UK’s energy transition April 26, 2022 This post contains an article published by a small cohort within PSC’s UK team including Dr. Mahmoud...
EVs in UK’s future power system: A net-zero strategy

EVs in UK’s future power system: A net-zero strategy

Power Networks   Renewables EVs in UK’s future power system: A net-zero strategy April 5, 2022 This post contains an article published by a small cohort within PSC’s UK team including Dr. Mahmoud Elkazaz, Dr. Carlos Ferrandon-Cervantes, Raj...
Climate change and the electric grid

Climate change and the electric grid

General   Renewables Climate change and the electric grid November 2, 2021 Guest Contributor:Ernie Hayden, MIPM CISSP GICSP(Gold) PSPFounder/Principal at 443 Consulting ‚ÄčIn March 2021 the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a...

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