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18 Jun 2020  |  Europe
Data Centre Investments and Modular UPS Systems Drive Market Penetration
The European UPS industry has a highly competitive landscape where one of the key challenges for a UPS manufacturer is to differentiate itself from its competitors. It is important for a manufacturer to keep up with new technologies and industry trends and come up with UPS solutions that cater to the growing needs of businesses. The power demand ha...
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06 Mar 2020  |  Europe
Investment in Cloud and Colocation Services in Europe Drives the Demand for Power and Cooling Solutions
The data centre UPS and cooling systems are critical components of a data centre, which fulfil power and cooling requirements for the data centre’s electronic equipment. The growth of the Internet and smart mobile devices, cloud computing, and Internet of Things (IoT) across Europe has led to increased data creation, which needs to be stored and ...
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24 Oct 2018  |  Europe
Double-digit Growth is Forecast for the European Solar PV Market, Thanks to Declining Prices, Ambitious Targets and Strong Growth in Utility-scale Projects
This research presents an analysis of the European solar power market. This study includes an in-depth analysis of the market with a specific focus on nine countries—Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Turkey and the Netherland—besides the Nordic Countries and Rest of Europe. End-user groups are residential, commerc...
12 Sep 2018  |  Europe
Intelligent Software-based Energy Storage Solutions Providing Grid Ancillary Services Driving the Market
The European energy storage market is undergoing a stage of technological evolution, with digital transformation, electric vehicle (EV) penetration, and smart grid initiatives leading the charge. The European region is becoming a hotspot for energy storage driven by falling battery and photovoltaic (PV) costs, attractive subsidies, and increasing e...
16 May 2018  |  Europe
Understanding Public Financing Options in Cleantech Innovation
This study provides an analytical overview of public financing instruments available for innovative cleantech start-ups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) operating in Europe. Many of these instruments operate under the theme of Horizon 2020, the largest European research and innovation programme with a total funding capacity of €80 Billion...
27 Apr 2018  |  Europe
Fluctuating Energy Demand and Accelerating Growth in Renewable Energy Sources (RES) Will Drive the Nascent European DR Market
Demand Response (DR) is a mechanism to alter changes in patterns in electricity consumption by consumers through pricing signals and incentives, thereby reducing peak demand and strengthening grid flexibility. DR covers intentional modifications on the customer’s electricity usage patterns via altering the time of use and duration of use. DR has ...
02 Apr 2018  |  Europe
€6.15 Billion to be Invested in New Power Capacity by 2030 as the Country Gradually Moves Away from Coal
The Czech Republic sits at the heart of the European energy network, with connections to Poland, Germany, Austria, and Slovakia. The country invested heavily in upgrading existing coal plants in the 1990s and this, along with its 6 nuclear reactors, means that it is a significant regional exporter of electricity. Coal will continue to play an impor...
27 Mar 2018  |  Europe
A Combination of Well-targeted Policies and the Well-planned EU Funds Together with Private Investments will Ensure Energy Security in Slovakia
Slovakia sits at the heart of the European energy network, with connections to Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and the Czech Republic. Slovakia generates 71.4% of its electricity from nuclear and hydropower. With the new nuclear units under construction, export potential is likely to exist, but this is expected in the long-term. Slovakia’s hydropower c...
09 Jan 2018  |  Europe
Whether to Pursue a New Nuclear Reactor will be the Defining Decision for Finland’s Energy Future
Finland is a net importer of electricity. Most of its imports originate from Russia, but it plans to build additional nuclear power plants to decrease this dependency. The share of nuclear power in electricity generation will increase when the new Olkiluoto 3 EPR nuclear power plant becomes operational in 2018 (assuming there are no final delays). ...