Clean Power Professionals Group
This special interest group is for professionals to connect and discuss all types of carbon-free power alternatives, including nuclear, renewable, tidal and more.
A harmonised, high-coverage, open dataset of solar photovoltaic installations in the UK
- Nov 27, 2020 11:01 am GMT
Just over a week ago, our open dataset and journal paper were both published. With the aim to inspire better mapping for PV installations not only within the UK, but across the entire globe, I thought I'd share with you all! Here we present the results of a major crowd-sourcing campaign to create open geographic data for over 260,000 solar PV installations across the UK, covering an estimated 86% of the capacity in the country. Our method is applied to the UK but applicable worldwide, and compatible with continual updating to track the rapid growth in PV deployment.
Pathways to Commercial Liftoff: Fireside Chat and Clean Hydrogen Deep-Dive
You can now catch the hourlong webinar—with the first half focused on introducing the Liftoff initiative and the second half taking a deep dive into the findings of the Clean Hydrogen report.
Renewable energy projects such as offshore wind take many years to bring to completion. Could continued swings in inflation derail these types of long-term projects?
Papers Directory, First Quarter 2023 Update
This document contains links to all of the major / educational papers I have written and posted to Energy Central. I originally posted this document at the end of 2018. This quarterly update is at the end of the first quarter (March) of 2023.
Too Much Water, Part 3
The part 2 post in this series was mostly about atmospheric rivers. However, where the prior “Too Much Water” post focused on the atmospheric rivers and similar storms that impacted California this winter, as well as their impact on the electric..
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