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Artificial Intelligence Will Revolutionize Energy, Earning Billions For Investors

As the world is anticipating the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, energy consumption in industry and services is likely to grow. In the longer term, the developing world will increase its energy utilization, leading to growth of global primary energy demand by of 0.4% - 0.6% per year, or a 25% increase by 2050.

Dec 02, 2020 by Ariel Cohen - Forbes
Tech News
Tomorrow's Power Grid Will Be Autonomous
Autonomous energy grids use AI, renewable energy, and energy storage to optimize the grid
Dec 02, 2020 by IEEE Spectrum
Green Tech News
EDP is a partner in the first European robot center in offshore wind farms
The European Atlantis center will be in Viana do Castelo and involves an investment of 8.5 million euros. It is coordinated by INESC TEC, and has EDP (NEW - Center For New Energy Technologies) as its main partner.
Jan 16, 2020 by edp.com
World News
How the humble chairlift could revolutionize renewable energy

What do you see when you imagine a zero-carbon future? Electric buses zipping by? Rolling hills covered with solar panels? Offshore wind farms towering over the sea? If batteries are part of your vision, good thinking. But there's a promising, if whimsical, piece of the renewable energy puzzle that might be missing from your mental picture: the world of gravity energy storage.

Nov 23, 2019 by Emily Pontecorvo
Green Tech News
Solar Power is Quickly Becoming the Cheapest Form of Energy
Aug 23, 2019 by Ramez Naam via SingularityU South Africa
Renewables Blogs
Steve Wozniak's newest venture is a cryptocurrency energy efficiency startup

Cryptocurrency is not an obvious candidate to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Just mining bitcoin, the primary blockchain-based cryptocurrency, emits about 22 megatons of carbon per year (the precise number is hard to pin down). But Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak is backing a new cryptocurrency promising to do just that.

Dec 14, 2020 by Michael J. Coren - Quartz
Green Industry Blogs
The coronavirus crisis reminds us that electricity is more indispensable than ever

The huge disruption caused by the coronavirus crisis has highlighted how much modern societies rely on electricity. Millions of people are now confined to their homes, resorting to teleworking to do their jobs, e-commerce sites to do their shopping, and streaming video platforms to find entertainmen

Mar 30, 2020 by Linkedin Pulse
World News
The Rising Popularity of Energy Storage as a Service

As energy storage becomes an increasingly critical element of the modern grid, a wide range of business models are available on the market. Energy storage as a service (ESaaS), in particular, is gaining traction among service providers.

Dec 06, 2019 by Ricardo Rodriguez via Forbes (Navigant Research)
Green Industry Blogs



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