Tagged: Supplying clean affordable and secure energy

Solar Neighbourhoods: Digitalisation, Decentralisation and the Rise of Prosumers

ROLES is identifying how European city-regions can accelerate decarbonisation through digitalisation of energy infrastructure. The UK case study focuses on solar neighbourhoods, researching how digitalisation, decentralisation and the rise of prosumers (producer-consumers) can assist...

Geopolitical context and energy cooperation mechanisms for Concentrated Solar Power deployment

Currently, importer countries are not characterised by an urgent need for renewable electricity importations, as well as exporter countries have higher wholesale electricity price levels and are facing grid and interconnection issues. Hence, establishing...

Selection and evaluation of alternative projects and policy implications, potentially suitable for CSP/STE cooperation

When identifying the pros and cons of different concentrated solar power (CSP) project types for cooperation, the policy goals in the importing and exporting countries, which partially depend on the context conditions in these...

Renewable Energy Cooperation and Market Uptake: Mechanisms, Drivers and Barriers related to CSP deployment

According to many voices, renewable energy cooperation is expected to play a corner stone role as a way to ensure an effective and affordable energy transition in the EU, taking advantage of trade within...