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Towards 100% renewable energy : Utilities in transistion
January 13, 2020
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Biffa is a leading UK nationwide integrated waste management business providing collection, treatment, recycling and technologically-driven energy generation services.
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.
whitePaper | June 7, 2022
Since establishing its first European R&D center in Sweden 20 years ago, Huawei has been collaborating to innovate and develop alongside European partners. Currently, Huawei has more than 15,000 employees in Europe, about 70% of whom are locally recruited, and indirectly supports more than 224,000 jobs, with 2 regional offices and 27 R&D centers. Huawei has established 230 technical cooperation projects and has partnered with over 150 universities across Europe.
Today, green development has become an important trend. Green development, on par with the digital economy, has emerged as a major area of focus and global consensus in the roadmaps released by economies, including those in Europe. Huawei is committed to using technology to contribute to a better planet. We support Europe in achieving carbon neutrality through reducing carbon emissions, contributing to a circular economy,promoting renewable energy, and conserving nature with technology
whitePaper | January 1, 2023
Green growth and environmental protection are the key to the sustainability of the global economy. As global climate change escalates, the synergy between economic progress and natural boundary has become a worldwide issue, and carbon neutrality is now a common priority for all countries. Scientific studies carried out by the United Nations concluded that global temperature rise must be controlled to less than 1.5 ℃ if the world hopes to avert the worst effects of climate change, calling for greater urgency to achieve the Paris Agreement targets.
whitePaper | November 27, 2019
The renewable energy landscape is changing. The global challenge of climate change, and the need for a secure supply of energy, means renewables are set to play an important part in the energy systems of the future. Renewable energy projects are also becoming increasingly affordable, which has led to an influx of new investment.
whitePaper | June 22, 2022
California’s electricity system is undergoing rapid transformation on the pathway to 100% renewable power, with the expected high penetration of renewables, electrification of buildings and transportation, and deployment of behind-the-meter (BTM) distributed energy resources (DERs). Many stakeholders are concerned about potential adverse impacts of these trends on the State’s power grid (see section 3.1) and agree that going forward it is essential for California to leverage demand response (also referred to as load or demand flexibility management) as a critical resource in integrated resource planning (IRP) to meet the State’s aggressive GHG emissions reduction targets.
whitePaper | November 12, 2022
The phrase ‘perfect storm’ may be a bit over-used lately, but it does accurately describe the situation that European industries are currently in. Several economic and political developments have led to this perfect storm. The COVID-19 crisis has boosted
demand, while on the other hand supply chains are struggling to get back up to speed. On top of that, gas prices recently reached an extraordinary high in Europe and high energy prices are pushing up manufacturing cost. Demand for both energy and goods is predicted to remain strong due to high purchase power that is fuelled by low unemployment rates and a surplus of savings, putting extra pressure on scarce supplies. In addition, inflation rates are at an unprecedented level and central banks
are fighting inflation by increasing base interest rates.
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