Faraday Grid, the energy technology company, has announced a new partnership with the World Energy Council as Innovation Supporter.
The World Energy Council and Faraday Grid have a shared goal of achieving a sustainable energy future. The two organisations will actively collaborate in a broad programme of activities, starting with a project looking at how to address increased volatility in electricity grids as renewable energy penetration increases.
Faraday Grid’s collaboration with the World Energy Council, the UN-accredited global energy body, representing the entire energy spectrum, marks the latest milestone for the company as it continues to establish partnerships across all continents.
Andrew Scobie, Founder & CEO of Faraday Grid, said: “To achieve sustainable energy and prosperity for all, we need an energy system fit for the future. This means our thinking and solutions need to be truly innovative and transformative. Faraday Grid’s partnership with the World Energy Council is an expression of our commitment to achieve clean, reliable and affordable energy.”
Christoph Frei, Secretary General and CEO of the World Energy Council, said: “We’re in the midst of an unstoppable digital revolution which is having a transformational impact on the way we use and produce energy. The World Energy Council is constantly strengthening its tools and insights to support a smooth energy transition and learning from leading innovators is critical to deepen our understanding on how new business models and technologies can shape our energy future. We look forward to working closely with Faraday Grid over the coming years as we tackle the issue of secure, affordable and sustainable energy for all.”