Tendencias y Estudios / Energía que transforma

Innovation in Batteries and Electricity Storage

This joint study by the International Energy Agency and European Patent Office underlines the key role that battery innovation is playing in the transition to clean energy technologies. It provides global data and analysis based on the international patent families filed in the field of electricity storage since 2000 (over 65 000 in total).

Powering Good for a Sustainable Energy Future

Before ‘COVID-19’ became part of our everyday vocabulary, global forces were shaping – and continue to shape - our planet. Climate change action and decarbonization are forces for good. And if any good stems from the pandemic, it will be as a result of a more urgent call for real action on decarbonization.

Climate Assembly UK’s report, The Path to Net Zero

Climate Assembly UK’s report, The Path to Net Zero, shows how a representative sample of the population believe the UK should meet its net zero emissions commitment with detailed recommendations across ten areas including: how we travel; what we eat and how we use the land; what we buy; heat and energy use in the home; how we generate our electricity; and greenhouse gas removals.
The report begins with forewords from the commissioning select committee Chairs and the assembly’s Expert Leads that place the assembly and its report in context.

2020 Strategic Directions: Smart Utilities Report

The 2020 Strategic Directions: Smart Utilities Report explores the issues and complexities of the changing utility landscape. Based on expansive industry data collected through our annual survey of electric, water, and natural gas utilities, this year’s report looks beyond individual efforts to take a more holistic view of what it means to deliver the promised grid of the future.

CEER Paper on Unsupported RES

This short paper provides a first assessment of the status quo of formerly-supported Renewable Energy Sources (RES) installations. It aims to identify the recent changes (if any) made to the market model. This paper is a summary of a comprehensive internal CEER analysis which followed three main objectives:

Renewable power pathways: Modelling the integration of wind and solar in India by 2030

The power system must balance demand and supply at every location in the grid and at all times. In doing so, the power system already handles substantial variability, both on the demand side
and the supply side. Demand changes over the course of the day; generating units experience technical faults; hydro output varies with the seasons, supply interruptions are witnessed due to
sub-transmission and distribution outages, and so on.

CEER Paper on DSO Procedures of Procurement of Flexibility

This paper provides insights on what the implications are for incentives, prerequisites and interactions among the involved parties with DSO access to and use of flexibility.

Participation of Distributed Energy Resource Aggregations in Markets Operated by Regional Transmission Organizations and Independent System Operators

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Commission) is amending its regulations to remove barriers to the participation of distributed energy resource aggregations in the capacity, energy, and ancillary service markets operated by Regional Transmission Organizations and Independent System Operators (RTO/ISO).

Achieving a Green Recovery for China

Achieving a Green Recovery for China: Putting Zero-Carbon Electrification at the Core is a joint report by the Energy Transitions Commission (ETC) and Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). The report recommends key stimulus programmes for China’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and economic downturn, and proposes that zero-carbon electrification be at the centre of China’s investment strategy to realise economic growth and a sustainable future.


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