Tendencias y Estudios / Energía que transforma

European Investment Bank’s Energy Lending Policy

EASE submitted a response to the European Investment Bank’s Public Consultation on the EIB Energy Lending Policy.

Renewables Readiness Assessment Republic of Moldova


Identifies key actions to accelerate renewable energy deployment and to cement the existing foundations of the sector.

Fit for the consumer? Do’s and don’ts of flexible electricity contracts

Flexible electricity offers are expected to become a reality for many consumers in the coming years. BEUC is pushing so that these offers are a win-win for the consumer and for the market. All consumers should be able to easily engage in and benefit from flexible offers while being sufficiently protected.

Clean Energy Group releases paper on energy storage

The new report, “Energy Storage: The New Efficiency ― How States Can Use Efficiency Funds to Support Battery Storage and Flatten Costly Demand Peaks,” explains the steps Massachusetts took to integrate energy storage technologies into its energy efficiency Plan.

How a Revised National Standard for Distributed Energy Resources Could Change the Power System

The widespread deployment of rooftop solar and other distributed energy resources (DER) is a game-changer for the electric power industry. The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports that small-scale solar systems generated 60% more power in 2018 relative to 2016.

The Energy Path of Latin America and the Caribbean

With rapid energy growth in the past 40 years, the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region has maintained a steady increase in electricity needs above the global level.

Powering the Blue Economy Report

The blue economy is an emerging sector that will require energy to allow many scientific and commercial endeavors to reach their potential.

Maximising Social Welfare of Energy Storage Facilities through Multi-Service Business Cases

EASE published a position paper explaining the multi-service business case approach whereby multiple stakeholders are together involved in the ownership, development, management, and/or operation of an energy storage facility in order to maximise its social welfare by fully deploying all services storage can deliver.

Community energy 2.0: The future role of local energy ownership in the UK

As generation and export tariffs come to an end, projects will become unfeasible on current economic grounds. However, even with the challenges of raising project finance, groups are innovating around new business models that do not rely on government support.

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