Meco Announces Launch of World's First Solar-Electric Crypto Mining Rigs
Many view the possibility of using sustainable electrical energy in Bitcoin mining as a cycle of justice since the solar-focused component of the regulated hash rate appears to be straightforward to build.
Sep 5, 2022 // Blockchain, clean energy, London, International, green energy, MECO, Meco ltd, mecobit, MECO Solar System Analyzer-9018BT, Solar-Electric Crypto Mining Rigs
Cost of New Renewables Temporarily Rises as Inflation Begins to Bite
The cost of new-build onshore wind has actually risen 7% year on year, as well as fixed-axis solar has leapt 14%, according to the current evaluation by study company BloombergNEF (BNEF). The worldwide benchmark levelized cost of power, or LCOE, has actually temporarily pulled away to where it was in 2019. Cost rises are connected to rises in the cost of materials, freight, fuel as well as labor.
Aug 25, 2022 // Market Research, USA, New York, London, North America
Battery Pack Prices Be Up To an Average of $132/kWh, Yet Rising Commodity Prices Beginning to Bite
Lithium-ion battery pack prices, which were above $1,200 per kilowatt-hour in 2010, have fallen 89% in genuine terms to $132/kWh in 2021 [1] This is a 6% decline from $140/kWh in 2020.
Dec 20, 2021 // Storage, UK, China, Hong Kong, Europe, Asia, London, lithium-ion battery, Kwasi Ampofo, James Frith
'Hydrogen Economy' Offers Promising Path to Decarbonization
Use tidy hydrogen can aid deal with the most difficult 3rd of international greenhouse gas discharges by 2050, yet just if net-zero exhaust objectives and also plans are established
May 19, 2020 // Market Research, Sydney, hydrogen, BloombergNEF, London, decarbonization, Kobad Bhavnagri
Scale-up of Solar and also Wind Places Existing Coal, Gas in danger
Solar, wind and also batteries see remarkable gains in competition over the last 6 months contrasted to longer-established power choices
May 19, 2020 // Market Research, USA, New York, China, solar pv, Asia, BloombergNEF, London, North America, Seb Henbest, onshore wind, Tifenn Brandily
Fine-tuning thermoelectric materials for cheaper renewable energy
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have developed new thermoelectric materials, which could provide a low-cost option for converting heat energy into electricity.
Dec 19, 2019 // Technology, Thermal, London, Queen Mary University of London, Oliver Fenwick
New membrane technology to boost water purification and energy storage
Imperial College London scientists have created a new type of membrane that could improve water purification and battery energy storage efforts.
Dec 11, 2019 // Technology, Storage, water, London, Imperial Colleg, battery energy, Nafion, Qilei Song, Neil McKeown, Rui Tan, Nigel Brandon
World Bank: Nigeria’s mini-grid sector set to boom
A World Bank presentation in London drew an encouraging picture for the Nigerian market by explaining why the mini grid segment will take off in the next 12 months.
Oct 7, 2019 // Markets & Finance News, Grids, world bank, Africa, London, Nigeria, Exel, Off-Grid Energy Access Forum, Nayo Tropical Technology, Havenhill Synergy Ltd, GVE Projects Ltd, ACOB Lighting Technology Ltd
Markus Kayser: solar sinter 3D printer
London-based markus kayser, a masters candidate in design products at the royal college of art, converts the raw resources of sunlight and sand into glass products with his fully automated, solar-powered ‘solar sinter‘ 3D printer.
Sep 20, 2019 // BIPV, Technology, bipv, UK, Europe, London, 3D printer, solar sinter, Markus Kayser, Building-integrated photovoltaics
Octopus adds 300,000 customers and launches community energy JV
Another large scale transaction by the electricity and gas supplier has enhanced its standing in the U.K. energy market, with the business now counting more than one million customers.
Sep 1, 2019 // Markets & Finance News, UK, Europe, London, Octopus Energy, Midcounties Co-operative, Co-op Energy, Phil Ponsonby
Actis bags US$1.23bn for new clean energy investment fund
London-based renewables investor Actis has raised US$1.23 billion for a new investment fund destined for existing infrastructure assets in emerging markets, starting with its own 100MW PV plant in Chile.
Aug 20, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, UK, SunPower, Chile, PV plant, Engie Energía, London, Actis, ALLIF