The team has been working on a series of infographics on renewable energy production in the European Union. After covering Germany, it is time to take a closer look at the renewable electricity generation in the UK.
The Greenbyte team has been working on an infographic showcasing some interesting numbers about renewable electricity production in Germany. This is the first in a series covering the renewable electricity generation in the EU.
At Greenbyte, we capture data from wind farms and solar plants regardless of manufacturer, set up and physical location. On top of that, we do not need to travel to the sites or install any hardware. So how do we do it? Check out this video where Director of Operations Niklas Bergh explains how it works.
Most people reading this post will most likely have their news feeds in various social media explode with headlines such as 'Corporate Clean Energy: Not Just for Google Anymore', 'Big Oil needs to spend $350 billion…. on wind and solar', 'Global Wind Day Photo competition – and the winner for ‘Wind at Sea’ is…'
… I am preaching to the choir. At the end of this post, I will come back to this topic.
France-based international IPP EREN Renewable Energy has chosen the Breeze and Bright systems for management of its wind farms and solar PV sites worldwide. This marks the first French solar plant owner to be installed in Bright.
Today we are officially launching Bright, a modern software service built to assist solar PV owners and operators in capturing the true potential of their assets. Much like Breeze for wind, Bright connects remotely to solar PV sites regardless of model or brand, resulting in a single system to monitor, analyze and optimize industry-scale solar PV portfolios.