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Paul Gardner

Paul Gardner

Paul Gardner trained as an electrical engineer and has worked in the renewable energy industries, principally wind, since 1984. He led the electrical engineering group at Garrad Hassan, the world’s largest independent technical advisor for renewables, now part of DNV GL. His experience includes wind turbine electrical systems, network connections, grid integration issues, and strategic and market advice to government bodies, NGOs, established companies in the renewables industries, and new entrants. He is now responsible for co-ordinating DNV GL’s activities in energy storage.

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Renewables on track to beat ‘fuel parity’ with combined cycle gas turbines

Renewables on track to beat ‘fuel parity’ with combined cycle gas turbines

In November, the UK Government published an updated version of its Electricity Generation Costs analysis. This is a rigorous assessment of Levelised Cost of Energy (LCOE) for a very wide range of generation options, forecasted for 2020 and 2025. ...

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Who should be responsible for reliability and resilience?

Energy storage and distributed renewables could produce another ‘paradigm shift’ for electricity networks The major changes anticipated in operating, planning, and paying for electricity transmission and distribution networks with high levels ...

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