Our entire team wishes you all the best for the new year to come: health, prosperity and of course, (solar) energy!
In France, the law on energy transition for a green growth will put in place a new support scheme for renewable energy sources (RES) from the 1st of January 2016: direct marketing. Historical energy providers in France such as EDF (Electricité de France) must respect the public service missions given by the legislator. The development of renewable energies is one of them. It is even
The deafening silence in the aisle of a photovoltaic plant contrasts with the bustle which reigns in a gas, oil or coal power plant. Failures and technical issues are silent, which empowers the data monitoring system: one must be able to detect any anomaly involving a loss of production to fix it. Disruptions might have different origins: a tree or a cable which shade a
EMART Energy, a 2-day conference and exhibition event gathering more than 750 professionals of the European energy trading sector, will take place in Barcelona, from November 25-26. For our team, this event will be the perfect opportunity to present its latest solar forecasting products for energy traders, to share knowledge and learn more about new concepts and ideas in energy trading. In the context of
Reuniwatt's forecasting solutions for solar+storage systems are presented in the 5th issue of EES international, the electrical energy storage magazine. To the article If you want to go further: Forecasts for plant operations More about Reuniwatt
Since the 1960’s, the French nuclear industry has provided a real price-competitiveness to electricity, which favoured companies and households. However, this domination of nuclear energy is challenged by emerging energies : we will see how the problematic of production cost is determining in after-crisis France where economic pragmatism outweighed environmental issues. The underlying question is actually the following: are renewable energies and solar energy especially worthwhile?
France, host to the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21), took the lead regarding the measures to adopt in order to mitigate climate change and thus prevent and reduce our ecological footprint to spread further. Indeed, the French government set itself ambitious goals. “France must be exemplary”, according to the Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, Ségolène Royal. In order to realize these goals,
Reuniwatt places its skills in utilising satellite images in order to provide the most accurate solar irradiance forecasts. Its latest research in this field will be presented at the next EU PVSEC conference, the largest international Conference for Photovoltaic research, technologies and applications, which will take place in Hamburg, Germany, from 14-18 September. Assessing past PV productions Reuniwatt provides accurate irradiance data thanks to the
Reuniwatt will be at the next EU PVSEC 2015 in Hamburg, Germany, from September 14.-18. EU PVSEC is acknowledged as the largest international Conference for Photovoltaic research, technologies and applications. Schedule an appointment This year, Reuniwatt will participate in several presentations at EU PVSEC: On Tuesday 15., don't miss the presentation of our new poster: "Soleksat, a fexible solar irradiance forecasting tool using
Reuniwatt will be at the next European Meteorological Society's (EMS) annual meeting, in Sophia, Bulgaria, from September 07.-11. Our CSO Sylvain Cros will represent Reuniwatt during the 15th European Meteorological Society's annual meeting & 12th European Conference on Applications of Meteorology (ECAM), which will take place in Sophia, Bulgaria, in September. He will give a presentation during the Energy Meteorology conference session on Friday