The massive Samcheok Green Power Project in South Korea has now marked just over one year of full commercial operation. Utilising the largest and most advanced ultra-supercritical circulating fluidised bed (CFB) boilers in the world, it signifies the next big step for clean and flexible power from economical solid fuels.
The Southern Gas Corridor is no longer an idea, it finally materialised in early July when BP initiated commercial gas deliveries from its Shah Deniz Stage 2 (SD2) project in the Caspian Sea to Turkey.
The political climate has changed considerably since the Paris agreement was signed in 2015. Greenhouse gas emissions have now reached an all-time high and many world leaders seem reluctant to stand firmly behind a green energy push. Dr. Geoff Nesbitt, explores how the global climate is faring and what more can be done.
Exciting new storage capabilities being developed for renewable energy resources have the potential to dramatically transform the global energy sector, as they deliver the capacity to balance electricity supply and demand.
A new energy storage system capable of supplying electricity, heating and cooling could shape the future of the thermal energy storage market.
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