How artificial intelligence will make the electricity grid smarter
Advances in artificial intelligence and deep machine learning have the potential to make the electricity transmission and distribution grids more reliable and better able to cope with historic changes in the way power is generated and consumed – including the predicted mass uptake of electric vehicles, explains John Langley-Davis, Head of Technology at Fundamentals.
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Backsliding towards fossil fuels
As Russia threatens to stall or cut-off gas supplies next winter, an alarming number of European countries, including the UK, are backtracking on climate pledges – firing up mothballed coal plants temporarily and boosting oil and gas developments. Brian Davis reports.
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"Treat home energy efficiency as a national emergency", urge UK’s energy professionals
An urgent and enduring energy efficiency programme to help British householders weather spiralling prices and the wider energy crisis is the central demand made by the UK’s energy professionals in a new survey published today by the Energy Institute.
Renewables pioneer Juliet Davenport appointed Energy Institute President
Renewable energy pioneer Juliet Davenport OBE HonFEI has today become the new President of the Energy Institute.
Students from St Paul’s Girls’ School win the Energy Institute top prize at The Big Bang Competition
Young engineers from St Paul’s Girls’ School in Hammersmith, London, and their novel solar blinds concept – SolUp – have won this year’s Energy Institute Climate Change Special Award at The Big Bang Competition.
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