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Energy-Storage.news’ most-read news stories of the year 2020

Energy-Storage.news’ most-read news stories of the year 2020

Let’s take a look at the news stories that had the most page views on the site since the beginning of 2020. The list covers everything from always-in-focus topics of cost reduction and competitiveness, to fire safety, innovation and commercialisation of new technologies and, of course in this year, COVID-19.
Review of the Year, Q4 2020: A bitter US election campaign and the new king of power

Review of the Year, Q4 2020: A bitter US election campaign and the new king of power

PV Tech’s Review of the Year concludes with a review of the biggest stories impacting the solar sector in the final quarter of 2020.
VIDEO: Energy-Storage.news’ 2020 picks from our YouTube channel

VIDEO: Energy-Storage.news’ 2020 picks from our YouTube channel

A year in webinars, presentations and panel discussions that you can watch on our Youtube channel right now.
Hunting hydrogen: who’s leading the race for green hydrogen leadership

Hunting hydrogen: who’s leading the race for green hydrogen leadership

As green hydrogen starts to gain a foothold in the decarbonisation journey, Alice Grundy looks at the more developed markets for the technology, the measures needed to scale further and the role of solar PV
Energy-Storage.news’ most-read blogs of the year 2020

Energy-Storage.news’ most-read blogs of the year 2020

Here’s the top-ranking blogs from 2020 on the website, based on page views.
Review of the Year, Q3 2020: Upstream solar pinches and a US residential solar shake-up

Review of the Year, Q3 2020: Upstream solar pinches and a US residential solar shake-up

PV Tech’s Review of the Year continues with a look back at some of the headlines from the third quarter of 2020
Solar Power Portal’s most-read news of the year 2020

Solar Power Portal’s most-read news of the year 2020

Here’s the top-ranking news from 2020 on Solar Power Portal, based on page views.
More large-scale battery storage sites on the horizon as barriers continue to fall

More large-scale battery storage sites on the horizon as barriers continue to fall

Solar Power Portal caught up with Harmony Energy CEO Peter Kavanagh about how the industry has changed and what that means for the growth of battery energy storage, as barriers to large-scale development continue to fall away.
Understanding interconnection of distributed energy resources (DERs)

Understanding interconnection of distributed energy resources (DERs)

DERs interconnected with the grid position a utility to better manage peak demand, avoid transmission overloads and keep electricity flowing, but interconnection of battery, solar and other DERs is not without its challenges. Jason Allnutt from IEEE Standards Association discusses a standard that has become an "essential resource" for stakeholders.
Review of the Year, Q2 2020: COVID’s shadow looms large and the solar industry’s recovery prospects

Review of the Year, Q2 2020: COVID’s shadow looms large and the solar industry’s recovery prospects

PV Tech’s Review of the Year continues with a look back at some of the headlines from the second quarter of 2020
The third pillar: How floating PV can fulfil its potential

The third pillar: How floating PV can fulfil its potential

Despite its generation characteristics, floating solar has yet to truly fulfil its undoubted potential. Jules Scully explores why the technology continues to face hurdles, and what the industry is doing to surpass them.
How community benefit is ‘intrinsic’ to Riding Sunbeams’ solar-powered railways

How community benefit is ‘intrinsic’ to Riding Sunbeams’ solar-powered railways

Riding Sunbeams’ executive director Ollie Pendered talked to Solar Power Portal about the importance of securing government funding and how community benefits and education are "core" to the organisation's business strategy.