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Facing the heat

While Li-ion battery fires are a real risk, this risk is manageable as we learn more about the fires themselves and develop more bespoke battery engineering solutions, Jamie Shaw-Stewart explains.

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Container Ship Felicity Ace

Tricky to move

Is local manufacturing of Li-ion batteries desirable or even necessary? Jamie Shaw-Stewart explores some technical and geopolitical issues around it

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P375 Elexon code reforms

The upcoming P375 Elexon code reforms will be a game changer for domestic flexibility – Here’s why

There are further reforms in the works to fully unlock flexibility potential in our homes. Let’s pause, take a moment and indulge in some imagineering with Nithin Rajavelu

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Developers interested in implementing biodiversity measures at a solar plant should work with an experienced ecologist

The dawn of deep green solar

Ellie van der Heijden discusses how boosting biodiversity can be an opportunity for solar developers and investors to increase their positive impact

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Science or art? Defining the performance of bifacial modules

The cost increase of using bifacial modules is often outweighed by an increase in energy yield. Yet “agreeing” on the right energy yield of a PV plant can create heated debates. Christophe Campistron explains more

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The current GB energy market design does not work for consumers in a Net Zero future

The current GB energy market design does not work for consumers in a Net Zero future

In his latest article, Everoze Partner Nithin Rajavelu examines what’s been happening with our energy prices recently and shares his thoughts on why the current GB energy market design doesn’t work for consumers in a Net Zero future. 

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Backtracking is becoming smart, but it isn’t magic

Everoze partner Felipe Canto Teixeira highlights the increased complexity in the design of singleaxis trackers and energy assessment for PV generation created by more challenging topographies, and discusses solutions based on his on-the-ground experience in hilly Portuguese terrain.

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A new entrant to the energy sector

Green hydrogen can play a vital role in decarbonizing the economy and enabling countries to reach net-zero emissions. The economics of producing green hydrogen from electrolysis are maturing as developers scramble to meet expected future demand. Everoze partner Nicolas Chouleur and Neoen hydrogen expert Sacha Lepoutre discuss a case study that shows how stacking different revenue streams could improve the economics of renewable energy projects.

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Our top five learnings from the pioneering Sustain-H domestic flex trial for homes

All good things start with a dream, or so they say. As the Sustain-H trial wraps-up and Western Power Distribution announces its plans to commercially roll-out the Sustain-H service alongside publication of the Sustain-H Product Roadmap, Nithin Rajavelu shares his and the team’s top five learnings from the pioneering domestic flexibility trial.

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