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Green Innovations of Antennas

May 16, 2022

Green Innovations of Antennas
Energy saving has become one of the most discussed topics of green development. Antennas,
especially passive antennas, do not directly consume DC or AC electric energy, leaving them easily
overlooked when energy saving is discussed. However, as unique devices that convert between radio
frequency (RF) energy and electromagnetic waves, antennas transmit the RF energy to mobile devices.
The efficiency in which the antennas convert energy has a significant bearing on the power consumed
by base stations

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Fostering Effective Energy Transition 2022 Edition

whitePaper | May 11, 2022

The Energy Transition Index (ETI) has benchmarked the progress of countries’ energy transition for a decade on the three dimensions of the energy triangle – economic development and growth, energy security and access, and environmental sustainability – and on the enabling environment for transition. In view of the current volatile macroeconomic and geopolitical environment, however, a trend analysis from historical energy data can currently provide only limited insights. Hence, instead of the annual country energy transition benchmarking report, this special 2022 edition builds on the ETI trends observed in recent years to provide a perspective on the current challenges affecting the transition, and highlights priorities to supercharge it.

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PROGRESS TOWARD 100% CLEAN ENERGY

whitePaper | November 13, 2019

DESPITE FEDERAL POLICY DESIGNED TO PROMOTE FOSSIL FUELS, A RENEWABLE ENERGY TRANSITION IS UNDERWAY, LED BY COMMUNITIES AND STATES THROUGHOUT THE U.S. A growing number of cities are choosing to transition to 100% clean energy – and dozens have already hit that target – while the list of states committed to a 100% renewable energy future also continues to grow. This local and state demand has contributed to a near doubling of renewable energy generation since 2008.

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Smart Consumers in the Internet of Energy: Flexibility Markets & Services from Distributed Energy Resources

whitePaper | November 28, 2019

In light of new EU market rules adopted as part of the Clean Energy Package, responsive and energy-efficient consumers are likely to play a crucial role in the challenging transition to a low carbon energy system. This is especially true for smart consumers who have access to distributed energy resources (DER) assets, such as demand response, solar photovoltaics, storage, electric vehicles and heating appliances. With the ‘internet of energy’, interconnected smart consumers can trade on both sides of the market, either directly or through an intermediary such as an energy service provider, an aggregator or an energy community.

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5 Trends for Renewable Energy Buyers in 2022 and Beyond

whitePaper | December 13, 2021

Enel Green Power’s guide offers unique insights for companies designing their sustainable energy procurement strategies. The guide responds to companies’ questions regarding near-term growth and developments in wind and solar. Readers will learn about: the rise of decarbonization and Scope 3 targets; increasing interest in environmental and social aspects of projects; supply chain, workforce and transmission challenges; demands for new solutions; the latest regulatory developments.

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THE ROLE OF OIL AND GAS COMPANIES IN THE ENERGY TRANSITION

whitePaper | January 21, 2020

As the third decade of 21st century begins, the oil and gas industry faces opposition from a public greatly concerned with the environmental impact of fossil fuels, ever-more skeptical shareholders, and challenges from policy makers seeking to simultaneously meet decarbonization goals and expected oil and gas demand. Amidst a global energy transition, the demand, financial, and social future of oil and gas companies is increasingly in question.

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THE BUSINESS OF STANDALONE GRID-SCALE ENERGY STORAGE

whitePaper | January 16, 2020

In 1800, Alessandro Volta invented the first battery, which came to be known as the voltaic pile. It was the first device to provide a steady supply of energy. Batteries have come a long way since then. In the 1970s, lithium-ion batteries were commercialized for the first time. Now they are a crucial component in revolutionizing and enabling continued renewable penetration on the US electrical grid.

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