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Colombia debe priorizar en su agenda temas sobre gestión de activos ambientales, calidad del aire, energías renovables y la promoción de ciudades sostenibles, y la movilidad eléctrica es una oportunidad para hacerlo.

States, utilities, and non-governmental organizations across the country have commissioned analyses over the years to identify potential energy savings (typically for electricity) available within their jurisdictions. These studies can be used to fulfill a variety of needs, including energy efficiency program planning, state goal setting, utility resource planning, and other priorities.

When Solar Power International (SPI) opens its doors in Anaheim on Sept. 23, thousands of the industry executives and professionals flooding in will be there for a different event — Energy Storage International (ESI). The co-location of the two trade shows signals the extent to which solar and storage are now seen as essential, complementary and vital to the evolution of our industry.

El tren es impulsado al mezclar en un dispositivo conocido como celda de combustible el hidrógeno - almacenado en un tanque en el techo - con el oxigeno del aire, lo que genera electricidad y vapor de agua.

New analysis examines how solar deployment may impact grid operations in Florida, an understudied but important market.

Replacements to the controversial solar incentive have cropped up in Hawaii, California and elsewhere, but policymakers have struggled to devise a replicable model.

ENISA publishes today a short paper aiming to identify and tackle the security challenges that the IoT ecosystem brings to Cloud and vice-versa.

As the chairman of EDSO for Smart Grids, the association of European electric power distributors with approximately 190 million customers and which manages over 7 million kilometers of lines, I would like to draw attention on the recast of the electricity regulation.

Hydroelectricity represented the largest share of electricity generation among renewable sources in 28 states in 2007 but retained that status in only 19 states in 2017 as wind and solar became more common. Wind was the most prevalent renewable electricity generation source in 16 states in 2017, and solar was the most prevalent renewable generation source in 7 states.