[Webinar Series] Decarbonising mines, cost reduction and energy security

[Webinar Series] Renewable hybrid energy solutions: Decarbonising mines, cost reduction and energy security The mining industry faces a complex challenge: how to provide the essential resources the modern global economy needs while reducing its own environmental impact. The integration of renewables and energy storage into its power system offers a number of opportunities for mines: making production more sustainable and reducing costs, while

Reuniwatt at WindEnergy Hamburg 2022

Winds of Innovation are blowing at Reuniwatt - meet us at WindEnergy Hamburg 2022. Reuniwatt's team will welcome you at booth 126.2 in Hall B6, at the French Pavillon. WindEnergy Hamburg 2022: the winds of innovation blowing from France 26 French companies will showcase expertise, innovations and technologies for the global wind energy industry on the French Pavilion in Hall B6 on stands B6.127,

Observing contrails: identification & dynamics prediction

Condensation trails – so-called contrails – are artificial clouds composed of water, soot, and cool air behind jet aircraft in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere. These non-CO₂ emissions are responsible for a large share of aviation’s impact on climate change. A French-German research project is now aiming to observe and forecast their impact. Contrails have been an object of research in the past

PV plants + storage with forecasting: solutions for energy transition the French overseas territories

In this article, Amandine Martins of Reuniwatt, Bruno Daugrois of Naldeo Technlogies & Industries and Amélie Belfort of Synergîle detail the interest of PV + storage with forecasting for the french overseas territories, with the exemple of a 986 kWp photovoltaic power plant installed on the roof of a supermarket on Reunion Island and coupled with a lithium-ion battery with a storage capacity of 1200

[Webinar] Wireless Laser Communications

[Webinar] Wireless Laser Communication: Don't let clouds get in the way of success! Connecting the world and beyond on a beam of light – wireless laser communication is a cost-efficient way to transmit information through the atmosphere: Easy to install and relocate, it can provide a secure transmission of information. The systems also allow for space-to-ground connections, such as Airbus' SpaceDataHighway™ (SDH),

TRUST-PV – an H2020 innovation project

The EU-funded TRUST-PV R&D project finds itself within the EU's policy frame aiming to create a fully integrated European energy market while developing the next generation of renewable energy technologies and setting worldwide standards for their grid integration. Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation funding, which is supporting solutions in the areas of energy efficiency and intelligent solutions to stay in line with the European

Dispatchable solar energy changes the game

Conventional solar systems are generally designed and operated to produce maximum electricity at all times. But when solar energy is used on a large scale, it becomes necessary for it to contribute to the grid flexibility needed to maintain the supply-demand balance. The combination of photovoltaics with storage allows the control of the energy supplied to the grid, making solar power distributable on demand. What

Climate Change: Perspectives for the European PV Sector

In his Climate Speech on 23 Jan 2020, UN Climate Change Deputy Executive Secretary Ovais Sarmad called 2020 "a critical year for addressing climate change." In Europe, where tenders and PPAs are expected to push the market for largescale installations in the coming years, self-consumption is an important aspect, and the consumers are ready for the transition to renewables, too: 70% of Europeans surveyed intend

Renewables in France: Reunion Island is taking a lead

On 17 August 2015, the french government adopted the energy transition act for green growth. Almost five years later, Reunion Island is taking a lead with respect to their installed solar capacity and the country's energy transition. Stepping up the game When France set up its plan for energy transition, it aimed to cut the consumption of fossil fuels by 30% by 2030 and reduce

Reunion Island on the road to energy self-sufficiency by 2030

Reunion Island is facing the challenge of saying goodbye to imported fossil fuels and reaching energy self-sufficiency by 2030, a goal defined in the region’s Multiannual Energy Program (PPE). In 2019, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency ADEME has delivered the latest report on the island’s development and future scenarios, which will allow this plan to become reality. Renewables on the Rise In March

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