Renewable Energy

Energy Industry:

WinComm Solutions is going through a huge transformation mainly driven by the introduction of sustainable energy production sources in the energy mix of every country potentially leading to gradual reduction of CO2 emissions. This was made possible through the cost reduction of renewable energy production such as Solar energy. Energy storage industry is moving also fast with the introduction of the electric vehicles and new age battery storage systems.

This facts lead to potentially every energy consumer be considered as an energy producer, bringing tectonic changes in the energy utilities industry. Real time energy monitoring on both user and load level becomes critical for load balancing and energy efficiency reasons. Every energy user and load should potentially be connected and controlled by the Grid in real time, providing information of energy consumption, production and control. IoT is the technology that enables real time data to be communicated in real time to and from the loads to central decision points, where energy service providers such as Utilities, Aggregators and Energy Saving Companies process them and provide relevant energy management and efficiency services.

REM covers information across all main renewable energy sources, including onshore and offshore wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, biofuels, hydro, wave, tidal and marine. It also gives insight into new and developing technologies such as algal biofuels and advanced storage, keeping our customers abreast of the latest updates and innovations relevant to any of the above sectors.

REM aims to alert readers and investors on the latest large-scale projects, giving balanced coverage of potential global opportunities for investors and companies along the renewable energy supply chain.

In the Renewables industry, policy can often dictate the fate of successful projects and investment – REM aims to provide detailed commentary and the latest news on regional issues and decision-making, from a supra-national level such as the European Commission, to national guidance such as the US EPA or Japan’s METI.