- Sep 15, 2023 2:07 pm GMT
Welcome to the monthly digest that looks at shared insight from professionals dealing with different aspects of energy management, such as energy efficiency and load management. We pull some noteworthy articles from our large array of valuable industry content from the last month focused on these critical energy management topics. Feel free to check in here every month for these updates, but also make sure to check out the rest of the site to ensure you are not missing out on any valuable information. The comments section is also open to your feedback and questions as you keep the conversation going.
Monitoring Technology of Dissolved Hydrogen in Transformer Oil
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/ee/monitoring-technology-dissolved-hydrogen-transformer-oil
In this piece, Rachel Linke, the Member Services Manager for Electric Power Reliability Alliance, shares a link that discusses an update regarding technology that transforms hydrogen into producing energy. There is a hope that hydrogen could lead to cheap and renewable energy. As governments and companies choose to invest in certain energy, monitoring progress is crucial.
Smart Technology Drives Growth in Advanced Building Efficiency Segment
For this update, Ryan Katofsky, a Senior Fellow in Content and Education at Advanced Energy United, covers how new technology is making it easier to construct buildings that are more energy efficient. This is important because large buildings are horrendously tough in terms of energy efficiency. It is important to try to make the building as efficient as possible from the start.
Is Nanocoated Salt the Breakthrough in Energy Storage We've Been Waiting For?
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/ee/nanocoated-salt-breakthrough-energy-storage-weve-been-waiting
In this post, Emily Newton, the Editor-In-Chief for Revolutionized Magazine, reviews whether nanocoated salt can effectively preserve energy. With renewable energy, battery storage is crucial and effective technology for it has eluded society. But there is some evidence that nanocoated salt could prove more effective in this regard.
"Elevating Building Sustainability: How Submetering and Data Access Transform Energy Efficiency"
For this update, Gavin Towers, the Head of Energy Solutions for Brook Green Supply Ltd., covers the issue of building sustainability. Gavin argues that it is important to provide access to as specific data as possible in terms of energy use, such as through submetering. This information can inform what results in the best energy efficiency.
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