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INDUSTRY NEWS


VERSATILE ENERGY STORAGE SOLUTION


To address heightening concerns about global electricity consumption, help enable greater energy autonomy and accelerate decarbonisation of the energy sector, Denchi Group has launched Slice. It is a highly scalable energy storage solution that is designed to deliver maximum ROI. Through its deployment, the operational costs associated with electricity usage can be reduced. Large enterprise and university campuses, industrial plants, sports stadia and residential complexes can all execute grid balancing and peak shaving via this new solution. Likewise, smaller sites will be able to draw on electricity from renewable resources as needed (regardless of time of day), or use it to generate revenue by selling electricity surpluses back to the grid when demand levels are high.


Solar power plant comes online


ACWA Power and the National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) in Jordan have announced that the 50MW Risha Solar PV Independent Power Plant (IPP) has commenced commercial operations after completing all the required commissioning and start-up tests. The power purchase agreement for Risha PV was initially signed by


ACWA Power and NEPCO in 2017, setting the lowest tariff for renewable energy in Jordan at the time (0.042 JD/kWh). The Risha PV IPP was developed in line with the ambitions of the Government of Jordan to attract investment and ensure a 20% contribution of renewable energy in the total energy mix of the country by 2020.


Decarbonisation of crew transfer vessels


Chartwell Marine and Seaspeed Marine Consulting were awarded a prize by the Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) for an innovative vessel design proposal. The OWA competition aims to facilitate the development of technologies aiding the ongoing de-carbonisation of Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs) in the offshore wind industry.


The funding - £70,000 of a total £300,000 awarded to four winners - was used to make the design proposal a reality. During the project, Chartwell has undertaken the vessel design work, while Seaspeed is conducting R&D, testing and hull form development. CTVs are an integral part of


offshore wind activity, providing the backbone of operations & maintenance in the sector. By increasing the cost-effectiveness of vessel operations, the offshore wind industry is able to further consolidate the cost savings that have seen it significantly reduce the levelised cost of energy (LCoE).


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OFFSHORE WIND SET TO SOAR AMID GREATER PUSH FOR DECARBONISATION


As the offshore wind sector’s global expansion trend continues to grow, an increased awareness of the risks and effects of climate change is likely to lead to a greater focus on decarbonisation efforts in the supply chain and means of component production, according to a new report by the Energy Industries Council. Lara Juergens, senior analyst and author of the report, commented: “The sector is expected to see strong growth throughout the next decades, not only in existing ‘mature’ markets, but equally in emerging ones. “


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