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Estadísticas de Capacidad Renovable 2020

La capacidad de generación eléctrica de energía renovable se mide como la capacidad de generación neta máxima de las centrales eléctricas y otras instalaciones que utilizan fuentes de energía renovable para producir electricidad. Para la mayoría de los países y tecnologías, los datos reflejan la capacidad instalada y conectada al final del año calendario.

Scaling Up Renewable Energy Deployment in Africa

IRENA’s Scaling Up Renewable Energy Deployment in Africa shows that Africa has the potential to install 310 gigawatts of clean renewable power—or half the continent’s total electricity generation capacity—to meet nearly a quarter of its energy needs by 2030.

ETIP SNET & CIGRE 10 Messages for European Green Deal

The European Technology and innovation Platform for Smart Networks in Energy Transition (ETIP SNET) and the International Council on Large Electric Systems (CIGRE) strongly welcome the announcement of...

GridEx V

NERC's Grid Security Exercise (GridEx) is an opportunity for utilities to demonstrate how they would respond to and recover from simulated coordinated cyber and physical security threats and incidents, strengthen their crisis communications relationships, and provide input for lessons learned.

Impact Report 2019 How Energy Cities energised policy, people & places

Welcome to the Energy Cities Impact Report for 2019. A year when the members of Energy Cities stepped to the fore to “Show, Share and Shake” ideas, projects and plans about how to build a better city for people.

Synergies and Complementarities of European and International Initiatives Towards Energy Transition

This document proposes an analysis of the key organisations that act on a daily basis to research priorities that allow a deep transformation of our energy system.

Revista CIER marzo de 2020

En el siguiente link se encuentra la edición de marzo de la revista CIER.

Flexible Power Generation in a Decarbonised Europe

This White paper briefly evaluates all major energy generation systems. It highlights how fit they are and what needs to be done to guarantee unlimited dispatchability and flexibility to the end-use sectors (households, industry, transport).

Holistic architectures for future power systems

A cost effective and secure transition to lower carbon electricity system will require fundamental transformation of the power system control from a traditional centralised to a decentralised paradigm.

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