Transmission

Weekly data: A submarine electricity cable is coming under the Black Sea

The EU’s Global Gateway initiative, an international infrastructure development programme to counter China’s Belt and Road Initiative, is poised to…

Baltic Sea renewables could be key to defending EU from Putin

Nine countries border the Baltic Sea. Eight are in the EU and the ninth is Russia. As the EU’s energy…

Australia’s electricity supply will fall short of demand without investment – AEMO

Australia faces electricity security of supply risks in all National Electricity Market (NEM) mainland regions within the next ten years,…

Integrated power grid would be economic boon for western US – study

Establishing a regional transmission organisation (RTO) for western states in the US would create as many as 657,000 jobs and…

Landmark UK-German interconnector seals €2.8bn in financing

NeuConnect, a privately-financed interconnector that will connect the German and British power grids for the first time, last week sealed…

Here is Joe Biden’s plan to build a 21st-century power grid

The US power grid is not ready for the future. For starters, there is no national grid. Instead, the western,…

Europe has a unique chance to phase out SF6 – the world’s strongest polluter

Modernisation of grid infrastructure will be crucial in our transition to clean energy. Electrification lies at the heart of decarbonisation…

Asian renewables face grid integration challenge

Although replacing coal with renewables is often thought to be the toughest challenge facing Asia’s electricity industry, it is the…

Karina Rigby, Eaton: Energy transition means “everything as a grid”

Power management company Eaton is in the ‘sweet spot’ of the energy transition and paradigm shift to a carbon-neutral society,…

The challenges facing the Green Grids Initiative

One of the big ideas being championed at COP26 in Glasgow was a project to connect the power grids of…