Increasing grid stability with demand response schemes 

Demand Response Grid Stability

For the best part of the last century, electricity grids have been designed in a specific way in order to meet the demand from consumers. Operators were tasked with forecasting and then adjusting the electricity supply in accordance with peak demand times. Although most operators would not admit it, this task was relatively simple, given […]

German Parliament clears way for 10 GW of new onshore wind per year

The German Parliament has adopted a new Onshore Wind Law (WindLandG) which aims to expand onshore wind by a massive 10 gigawatts (GW) a year from 2025. It is part of an ‘Easter Package’ of measures which also enshrines the principle that the expansion of renewables is a matter of “overriding public interest”. The new […]