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Selected highlights from the April 2024 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 3 months ago (2024-04-01)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the April 2024 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: Gas exporters see big demand for gas in 2050 Outlook

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Solar PV and Energy Storage World Expo 2024

As the world begins to move forward with plans to transition to economies based on clean energies, a big question revolves around how much gas will be needed to bridge the gap as economies shift from hydrocarbons to renewables. The newly released ‘Outlook 2050’ from the Gas Exporting Countries Forum sees a surge in demand over the next 25 years.

Industry Perspective: Getting heat pumps back on track is crucial for EU decarbonisation

Following rapid growth in recent years, Europe’s heat pump market has cooled. The European Heat Pump Association’s Jozefien Vanbecelaere says an EU Heat Pump Action Plan is essential to get the technology and Europe’s energy transition back on track.

Decarbonisation Series: China: the world’s biggest carbon market is set to surge

China’s electricity sector is the largest in the world, and the most polluting. The country is aiming for peak carbon emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. It is a complex and difficult task that raises many questions. Can a carbon market help curb its emissions? Is the country truly committed and what does the future hold? Joseph Jacobelli explores.

Technology Focus: Brescia steel factory pioneers decarbonisation technology

ORI Martin’s steel production plant in Brescia, Italy, is a good example of how the sector can play its part in cutting global carbon emissions. Junior Isles recently visited the facility to take a look.

Final Word: Fossil fired generation is not running out of gas... yet

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Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief

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