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Electricity
2020, January, 22, 12:28:00
Energy Week Georgia 2020, 28-30th January, Tbilisi
On 28-30th January 2020 the international investment event “Energy Week Georgia 2020” will take place in Tbilisi.
Electricity
2020, January, 22, 12:27:00
PROJECT FINANCE & PROJECT FINANCIAL MODELLING
Modern project finance transactions require a high level of expertise in building financial models which are reliable and flexible to accommodate the changing requirements occurring during the life of a project. This 5 days course covers both project finance and financial modelling best practices.
Electricity
2020, January, 20, 11:54:00
RENEWABLE ENERGY OPPORTUNITIES IN GEORGIA
The energy sector of Georgia is very attractive in terms of its untapped potential, developing infrastructure and increasing local and regional demand.
Electricity
2020, January, 20, 11:53:00
PROJECT FINANCE & PROJECT FINANCIAL MODELLING WORKSHOP
Registration opens for 2020 Project Finance & Project Financial Modelling workshop A 5-days course covers both project finance and financial modelling best practices.
Electricity
2020, January, 15, 12:50:00
OIL PRICES 2020-21: $65-$68
Brent crude oil spot prices will average $65 per barrel (b) in 2020 and $68/b in 2021, compared with an average of $64/b in 2019. EIA expects West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil prices will average about $5.50/b lower than Brent prices through 2020 and 2021, compared with an average WTI discount of about $7.35/b in 2019.
Electricity
2020, January, 13, 15:20:00
INDIA'S ENERGY DEMAND COULD DOUBLE
Based on current policies, India’s energy demand could double by 2040, with electricity demand potentially tripling as a result of increased appliance ownership and cooling needs.
Electricity
2020, January, 13, 14:55:00
GRID RELIABILITY DEVELOPMENT
Enter the Distribution Fault Anticipation, or DFA for short. Developed by a team of researchers at Texas A&M, the DFA is a suite of technology designed to monitor grid systems and identify potential problems before they happen. More specifically, it’s a distributed computing system that works autonomously to give operators a non-stop picture of the condition of each circuit.
Electricity
2020, January, 13, 14:50:00
NUCLEAR POWER SITUATION AND TRENDS
Energy Central is thrilled to announce that we’re finally getting into the podcast arena with our inaugural podcast series “Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast.”
Electricity
2020, January, 6, 10:43:00
BLOCKCHAIN-BASED ENERGY TRADING
a blockchain-based peer-to-peer energy trading system, has been approved to conduct a 12-month pilot program for energy trading
Electricity
2020, January, 6, 10:42:00
LEADERSHIP IN UTILITIES
As a reminder, the Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast be looking for the authors of the most insightful articles and the members with most impactful voices within the Energy Central community and we'll invite them to discuss further so we can dive even deeper into these compelling topics.
Electricity
2020, January, 6, 10:27:00
GERMANY'S RENEWABLE ENERGY: 46%
Germany's economy is aiming for renewables to provide 65% of its power mix by 2030.
Electricity
2019, December, 23, 13:00:00
DEAD ENDS IN THE ENERGY TRANSITION
If your business case depends on the cost of energy or the cost of storage remaining where they are, ask yourself, what if the cost goes down 50%? That’s only 3 years of decline at 20%/year.
Electricity
2019, December, 23, 12:55:00
DISRUPTIVE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY
The decentralization of our electricity grid is inevitable. Distributed energy resources (DERs) are becoming increasingly attractive for consumers as prices continue to drop and political and environmental pressures continue to mount.
Electricity
2019, December, 20, 10:15:00
COAL DEMAND WILL STABLE
Electricity generation from coal will rise only marginally over that period, at less than 1% per year – and its share will decline from 38% in 2018 to 35% in 2024. This means coal remains by far the single largest source of power supply worldwide.
Electricity
2019, December, 18, 13:05:00
5 BIG TRENDS IN UTILITY TECHNOLOGY FOR 2020
Technology continues to grow in its importance in all industries, including the utility sector. Utilities face special challenges as they try to meet increasing demands from customers, regulators, and a market that’s becoming increasingly diverse.