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Based in Nottingham, SHARC Energy Systems is the first company in the UK to utilise the wastewater that is poured down our drains every day as a regenerative and sustainable source of heat energy for our buildings.
whitePaper | June 6, 2022
Installed solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity has grown rapidly in the United States over the past
decade, reaching nearly 74 gigawatts-AC as of the end of 2020. Approximately one-third of this
capacity (28 gigawatts) is distributed PV, including residential, community, and commercial
solar installations (Davis et al. 2021). A combination of technology cost declines, federal
incentives, and state policy support have driven increased deployment and enabled more
communities to access the benefits of PV. Increasingly, solar is playing an important role in local
plans such as resilience planning, sustainability planning, and climate action planning.
whitePaper | April 4, 2022
Energy is the beginning of everything, the basis of civilizational development and the foundation of all economic progress. To make it future proof, we need a balance of affordability, reliability, and sustainability. This includes a phase-out of coal, the
expansion of renewables, the further development of H₂-capable gas power plants and grid stability services, as well as storage solutions that step in when the wind isn’t blowing and the sun isn’t shining. Together, these steps and technologies can ensureenergy security and make a decarbonized energy system possible.
whitePaper | June 8, 2022
A report published in June , 2012, from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IREC was officiallyfounded in 2011 by the United Nations and presently comprised of 101 member countries including The United States, with 58 new membership applications in progress) provided the following snapshot of solar energy as of early 2012.
whitePaper | November 30, 2022
Renewable energies and the increasing emergence of electric vehicles are putting a strain on the electricity grid. The former are not constantly available, and the latter require additional energy while charging. This leads to the need for introducing a new, smart charging infrastructure to avoid instabilities at the grid level. This white paper explains what is involved in making a charging infrastructure truly “smart” and what obstacles can be expected along the way. It also outlines why vehicle owners do not
need to fear batteries degradation, and which semiconductor devices and other supporting technologies Infineon provides for such applications.
whitePaper | February 28, 2020
The Dominican Republic is considered a leader in energy and policy in the Caribbean. At the end of 2018 the Dominican Republic approved a Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Action Plan to reaffirm the countries pledge to maintain the targets set by the Paris Climate Agreement. This being one of the actions showing the Island nation’s commitment to reducing emissions and increasing the amount of renewable energy in their power system.
whitePaper | February 23, 2021
Addressing climate change must be an urgent global priority, requiring global action, national commitments, and consistent policy and regulatory frameworks.
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