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Selected highlights from the February 2018 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 9 months ago (2018-02-01)
  • Junior Isles
Africa 176 Asia 452 Australasia 16 Climate change 2 Coal 68 Concentrating solar 2 Cyber security 2 Digitalisation 4 Distribution 26 Emissions 13 Equipment 1 Europe 658 Gas 88 Gas engine plant 23 Horizon 2 Hydroelectric 13 Hydropower 13 Latin America 15 Maintenance 1 Metering 1 Middle East 202 North America 764 Nuclear 422 Offshore wind 24 Oil 6 Operations 2 Policy 5 Regulations 1 Renewables 607 Solar 60 Storage 9 substation 5 Tepco 2 Toshiba 4 Transmission 48 US Senate Washington 2 Wind 67
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Selected highlights from the February 2018 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Features: Fuel Watch:

Azerbaijan’s Socar to examine closer gas ties with Bulgaria Azerbaijan plans to examine a proposal that would help it find more markets and distribution routes in Europe for its natural gas. The proposal would also enable Bulgaria to create a natural gas hub in southeastern Europe.

Industry Perspective: Taking charge?

Electricity infrastructure developments are already being seen in some markets to accommodate electric vehicles. However, a huge amount of work remains to be done to avoid making generating capacity and grid investments in the shorter term that become unnecessary in the long-term.

Energy Outlook: SMRs prepare to take the Gen 3 crown

Several third generation nuclear plants are under construction around the world but the challenges facing large nuclear new build projects are well documented. Recent developments with small modular reactors (SMRs) could provide the answer the industry has been looking for.

Technology: Transactive energy on trial

A micro-grid project in Brooklyn, New York, is trialling a peer-to-peer energy trading system. The first transactions were conducted in April 2016 and today, some 50 solar sites are participating in the project.

Final Word:

Flying ever closer to the sun

We hope you find it informative!

Yours sincerely,

Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief

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