We agree with Nithin Rajavelu – It is a strange yet exciting time to be working in the energy sector. In this fascinating blog, he outlines his four contrarian viewpoints with adopting a locational marginal pricing (LMP) model for GB.
Everoze has formed a partnership with Lumen Energy & Environment, Scotia Supply Chain and Generating Better with the aim is to help developers, suppliers and policymakers identify and overcome the barriers and opportunities in creating globally competitive offshore wind supply chains
In his latest blog, Everoze Partner Nithin Rajavelu picks out some of the key implications for renewables and battery storage developers and asset owners.
In his latest article, Abdul Sotayo highlights some of the issues that continue to hold back progress on clean energy in Nigeria, where energy poverty remains a problem, despite the nation’s vast solar potential
We are happy to announce the strengthening of our Asia Pacific business with the hiring of another senior team member – Simon Stitz joins the Everoze team with over 13 years of experience in onshore wind technical due diligence, design, development, contracting, procurement and construction
Diana Zadorozhna says that the current focus on addressing credible accusations of forced labour in the solar supply chain represents “a good wake-up call that supply chain due diligence and robust procurement practices should be followed for all solar components.”
Many technologies claim to be cheaper than Li-ion and thus better suited to long duration energy storage, but each has it’s own drawbacks and challenges. David Thomason looks into some of the challengers
Is bigger always better? Find out what offshore wind expert Graeme Wilson thinks