Our society has great aspirations for the future. As progress accelerates in every area of our lives, so does the energy system – the very underpinning of our economy – transition as well. However, an energy future shaped by evolving innovation cannot be not be realized while relying on a grid that is fundamentally no longer fit-for-purpose. On March 28 we introduced our vision for the energy system of the future to the American people. Watch our videos of the event here.
The Distributed Energy Resources: Digitization & IoT Conference gathered prominent analysts, policy makers, business leaders in Vienna this week. With a focus on new types of energy generation, the event set out to focus on answering the key questions dominating the energy discourse. Representing Faraday Grid, CEO Andrew Scobie put the emphasis on the how rather than the what of the popular questions in his presentation. Read his speech, titled ‘Reinventing the Electricity Grid as a DER Platform’ via the link.
In this response to Greg Clark MP, Founder & Chief Technology Officer Matthew Williams and Chief Economist & Head of Government Affairs Richard Dowling together challenge the idea that the Energy Trilemma is “over” and examine how greater amounts of renewables will affect energy security and energy equity, should there be no change to the current grid.
The tenth annual Advanced Energy Conference took place in New York City to bring together influential leaders, key researchers, and policy makers from every part of the energy sector. On the opening day of the conference, Andrew Scobie, Faraday Grid CEO took stage to speak about the pioneering Faraday Grid solution, specifically, the possibilities it can open up for progressing microgrid technology.