EU Electricity Market Design ‘needs to value energy storage and other flexibility options’

European Union (EU) reforms of electricity market design should recognise the value of flexibility options like energy storage, according to representatives of Fluence. The EU yesterday opened a public consultation into its planned reformation, aimed at addressing vulnerabilities laid bare by last year’s energy crisis and the resulting soaring cost of consumer bills. The reform […]

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UK Net zero review braces for growing mechanical cooling demand

Review of government’s net zero carbon plans estimates that the risk of increased temperatures and demand for data centres will see growing interest in mechanical cooling systems A predicted rise in average UK temperatures resulting from climate change will put growing pressure on national energy supplies to power cooling systems.  The warning has been made […]

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O-Hx finishes building the first Energivault to be installed at Quotient Scientific – Control Panel Added

Organic Heat Exchnagers have finished building the first Energivault, once installed at Quotient Scientific, will be attached to the cold battery. The control panel has been added. Organic Heat Exchangers have recently released their Series A video, which is now live on their blog. Information Memorandum for Organic Heat Exchangers can be downloaded by clicking […]

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O-Hx finishes building the first Energivault to be installed at Quotient Scientific

Organic Heat Exchnagers have finished building the first Energivault, once installed at Quotient Scientific, will be attached to the cold battery. Organic Heat Exchangers have recently released their Series A video, which is now live on their blog. Information Memorandum for Organic Heat Exchangers can be downloaded by clicking below:

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