Información sectorial

Fuentes de energía renovable y convencional devuelven la esperanza a 1.200 personas en Guainía

MinMinas – IPSE. Bogotá, D.C. 11 de abril de 2018. Las comunidades del corregimiento de Barranco Minas en el departamento de Guainía se abastecen con 15 horas continuas del suministro de energía eléctrica gracias a proyecto Híbrido Solar – Diésel llevado por el Gobierno Nacional a través del Ministerio de Minas y Energía y del Instituto de Planificación de Soluciones Energéticas para las Zonas No Interconectadas – IPSE-.

https://www.minminas.gov.co/en/web/10180/1332;jsessionid=HJI-VCMvNmHmAQR9b5ZTrekL.portal2?idNoticia=23992475

UPME: “Se requiere mayor desarrollo de infraestructura en renovables”

En la actualidad un 78% de la energía consumida en Colombia proviene de fuentes fósiles, mientras que solo el 22% de las renovables. Esto implica para el país importantes desafíos en su inclusión en la Canasta Energética Nacional y de esta manera, aprovechar sus potenciales beneficios. Con la Ley 1715 de 2014, expedida por el  Ministerio de Minas y Energía, que regula la integración de las Fuentes No Convencionales de Energía Renovable- Fncer al Sistema Energético Nacional, el país se trazó una hoja de ruta para la inclusión de nuevas fuentes de energía que traerán grandes beneficios para los usuarios y el sector productivo.

http://www.aciemnacional.org/home/index.php/prensa/424-upme-se-requiere-mayor-desarrollo-de-infraestructura-en-renovables

How industrial companies can respond to disruptive forces

The industrial sector will see more disruption within the next five years than it has in the past 20. Revenues will grow, but incumbents are ill equipped to capture their fair share. They will need to shake up their business models, their approaches to competitors, and the very core of their businesses to hold their own, let alone grow, in the face of a disruptive onslaught.

https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/automotive-and-assembly/our-insights/how-industrial-companies-can-respond-to-disruptive-forces?cid=other-soc-twi-mip-mck-oth-1804&kui=qutxEeSPeump0zdVqik26Q

37 Tesla big battery is changing the way people think about the grid

The arrival of grid-scale battery storage in Australia was a long time coming, and a little time tweeted, but the presence of the world’s biggest lithium-ion battery in South Australia, and its performance in its first few months is every bit as exciting as its boosters hoped – and its detractors feared.

https://reneweconomy.com.au/tesla-big-battery-is-changing-the-way-people-think-about-the-grid-15923/

Europe’s Electricity Networks Are Underused and Can Cope with Electric Cars

Electricity distribution networks in Europe run at well below their full potential, finds a new study from the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP). The findings show that the unused network capacity could be utilised for charging electric vehicles with little or no need for additional capacity. Smart pricing and smart grid technologies will be the keys.

http://theenergycollective.com/christos-kolokathis/2431097/new-research-europes-electricity-networks-are-underused-and-can-cope-with-electric-cars

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