July 16 2018

GE Uses AI to Increase Responsiveness of Thermal Power: Q&A

By Bryony Collins, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editorial team. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal and is available to BNEF clients on the web. General Electric said it is using artificial intelligence to make thermal power plants “more dynamic” and able to quickly respond to changes in the supply-demand balance on the U.S. grid. With […]

July 2 2018

ABB’s Jouret Seeing Positives as Vehicles Go Electric: Q&A

By Richard Stubbe, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editor. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal and is available to clients here. The electrification of transportation is already showing some surprising and positive results, according to Guido Jouret, chief digital officer for ABB Ltd. Chargers are getting better, buses are playing an important role, and batteries are […]

June 1 2018

Vattenfall sees data centers as expanding battery market: Q&A

Data centers will become a “big market for batteries”, increasing over the next five years as operators prioritize power security and look to cut their environmental footprint. So said Sebastian Gerhard, director of batteries within Vattenfall AB’s solar and battery unit, in an interview with BNEF. The Swedish utility is speaking to data center owners about […]

May 4 2018

Wireless EV Charging Available in 18 Months-2 Years, says QualComm: Q&A

By Bryony Collins, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editorial team. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal and is available to BNEF clients on the web. Wireless electric vehicle charging technology is expected to be commercially available on production vehicles in the next 18 months to two years, according to Qualcomm Inc., which has been developing the […]

April 30 2018

Wind, Solar to Dominate Growth of Energy Generation: Q&A

By Richard Stubbe, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editor. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal and is available to clients here. Texas is the leading U.S. state for wind energy, and Dallas-based Tri Global Energy LLC is the state’s leading developer, according to the American Wind Energy Association. Tri Global had 3.1 gigawatts under construction or […]

April 16 2018

Centrica Sees Solar-Battery Arbitrage in Future: Q&A

By Bryony Collins, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editorial team. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal and is available to BNEF clients on the web. Centrica Plc has an “imperative to change” and is repurposing its business structure with a greater emphasis on the consumer and providing grid services, in response to the ongoing shift in […]

April 9 2018

Shell Sees ‘Commercial Business’ in Lighting Up Africa: Q&A

By Bryony Collins, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editorial team. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal and is available to BNEF clients on the web. Royal Dutch Shell Plc sees the emergence of companies “with viable, commercial business models” for improving energy access in developing countries, an area that until recently was the realm of grant funding […]

April 4 2018

Intel Poised to Move in as Loads Move to Grid’s Edge: Q&A

By Richard Stubbe, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editorial team. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal. Consumers want smarter homes, utilities want improved network control, and that combination is going to change the electrical grid in a big way for the next few years, Mike Bates, general manager of energy at Intel Corp., said […]

March 19 2018

National Grid Eyes Decarbonizing Gas, Using Hydrogen: Q&A

By Bryony Collins, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editorial team. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal and is available to BNEF clients on the web. National Grid Plc is looking at ways to decarbonize gas used for heating and transport in the U.K., as it sees the fuel continuing to play an important role “during peak demand […]

March 13 2018

In Southeast Asia, the Corporate Energy Market is Hot: Q&A

By Iain Wilson, Bloomberg New Energy Finance editor. This article first appeared on the Bloomberg Terminal.  Corporate buying of renewables is helping Southeast Asia transition to a new energy future — and it’s a trend poised to gain momentum. “This is maybe the hottest market at the moment,” Edgare Kerkwijk, managing director of the SUSI […]

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