2020 – Issue 1
Transmission and Distribution
Small and medium sized utilities share a common need with larger utility companies…to minimise costs and maximise performance.
After decades of near-uninterrupted growth, analysis suggested global electricity production from coal was on track for a record fall in 2019.
Green hydrogen could offer alternative ways to decarbonise a range of sectors where it is proving difficult to reduce CO2 emissions meaningfully.
During the early days of energy supply, thermal power ruled the generation technology mix. It was reliable, robust and cheap. But that dominance is ending.
In dealing with cybersecurity at substations, OMICRON has introduced an innovative industry security system offering decentralised, hybrid 24/7 monitoring.
Hydrogen energy storage systems is the answer to renewable energy’s fluctuating capacity, according to insights from Toshiba.
SustainPower's combined heat and power unit at Distell's cider manufacturing operation converts the effluent treatment plant’s biogas by-product into power.
Over the last decade, JinkoSolar has delivered 55GW, to more than 3,500 customers in 140 countries and has been named the World’s No.1 Solar Module Company.
Finance and Policy
Conlog writes on the importance of revenue management and the spin-offs in the utility's operations while the emergence of renewable energy takes hold.
ESI Africa brought together experts from the field to dissect the factors that influence the LNG outlook, now and into the future.