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Starting signal for Redispatch with home-storage and Blockchain

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With the aid of blockchain, Europe’s first blockchain project for grid service has started. The transmission system operator TenneT and the battery manufacturer sonnen have started to use the Blockchain from now on in a pilot project.


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China to build 45 GW of PV in 2017

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China already surpassed its target for 2020 and installed 112 GW of PV until end of July 2017.


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Outcome of the second tender for wind-onshore: citizen energy companies dominated again and continuing drop in prices

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The results of the second tender for wind-onshore were less highly anticipated than in the first tender in May 2017. After the significant dominance of citizen energy companies and the surprising low price level of 5.78 cent/kWh (highest approved bid), a similar result was expected for the second tender. The market participants were not “disappointed”.


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Power market reform China: Update on provincial spot markets

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The world’s largest electricity producer reforms its power sector. The development of a provincial spot market is increasingly important to allow for efficient power plant dispatch in China. Zhejiang province aims to introduce a spot market by early 2019.


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Energy Brainpool starts new online channel for the energy market – the Energy BrainBlog

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The Energy Brainpool GmbH & Co. KG, the energy market experts from Berlin, start their new dialogue platform ”Energy BrainBlog“ today.


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New feed-in record from renewable energies in Germany and the UK

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On Wednesday, 7th of June 2017 wind and solar plants fed a new record high into the British and German grids and covered around 40 to 60 percent of the electricity demand, respectively.


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