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Energy storage to reduce costs

Interview to Rocío Barrio “Storage favours a more distributed and efficient energy generation, without large transportation infrastructures and energy loses between demand and supply” This month, following our 2020 editorial line about climate challenges, we deal with a technological challenge: innovation in energy storage to reduce costs. We have interviewed Rocío Barrio, researcher [...]

December 1st, 2020|

Efficiency & Public Awareness

Interview to Timothy Goodson “By shifting electricity use in time, consumers can both reduce CO2 emissions and with the right incentives, reduce household bills.” This month, following our 2020 editorial line about climate challenges, we deal with a social challenge: how to involve consumers in reducing their energy demand. We have interviewed Timothy [...]

November 2nd, 2020|

And, what happens tomorrow?

Interview to Rebekka Popp “Minimizing the negative impacts from the closure of coal mines and plants for communities and workers requires a well-managed transition process” This month, following our 2020 editorial line: climate challenges, we deal with an economic challenge: the restructuration of former mining areas. We have interviewed Rebekka Popp, researcher at E3G's [...]

October 1st, 2020|

Norvento launches its energy storage systems

Norvento launches its energy storage systems. Norvento has developed a new modular plug-and- play energy storage system based on Lithium-Ion batteries for industrial and commercial applications. The modular system can be adapted to capacities ranging 50-800 kWh and power ranging 50-400 kVA, so they can meet the demand of different installations such as [...]

September 8th, 2020|

Renewable gases

Interview to Jean-Victor Rotger “Most European countries have reinforced their commitment to biogas and biomethane ” This month, following our 2020 editorial line: climate challenges, we deal with a technological challenge: the integration of renewable gases in the energy system. We have interviewed Jean-Victor Rotger, Head of Commercial West of France at GRTgaz, [...]

September 1st, 2020|

Electrification

Interview to Marina Serrano “We think that electricity, the main energy vector of the decarbonisation, should not be penalised in the energy transition” We continue with the 2020 editorial line: climate challenges. This month of August we are dealing with a social challenge: the comprehensive electrification of all energy consumption. We have interviewed Marina [...]

July 31st, 2020|

Norvento takes part in Neosuccess project

Norvento takes part in Neosuccess project. Norvento takes part in Neosuccess project, an FTI project funded by H2020-EU. It aims to build the first plug-and-play industrial solution that integrates two complex complementary processes: biogas upgrading into biomethane and fermentation-based bio-succinic acid production, two bio-based valuable resources for the industry. Neosuccess technology is a first-of-a-kind [...]

July 24th, 2020|

Norvento launches Norvento Gridmaster Converter

Norvento launches Norvento Gridmaster Converter. Norvento opens the door to battery energy storage for industries by launching the Norvento Gridmaster Converter (nGM), after 3 years of hard R&D work in the power electronics field. The converter can manage the exchange of energy from the grid and a battery system. It can work both in [...]

July 16th, 2020|

Energy & Development

Interview to Manuel García Domínguez “Renewable energies and telecommunications are two key factors for a successful economic and social development” We continue with the 2020 editorial line: climate challenges. We have interviewed another collaborator to deal again with an economic challenge to transit to a sustainable energy system: energy for development, without encumbering [...]

July 14th, 2020|

Energy for development

Interview to Julio Eisman “Thanks to renewable energy and what surrounds them, the access to affordable, safe, sustainable and modern energy for all can be guaranteed” We go on with our 2020 editorial line about climate challenges. This time, we deal with an economic challenge: energy for the development, without encumbering poorer economies. [...]

July 1st, 2020|
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