Nord Stream II runs into new political headwinds
The future of Nord Stream II is in question following the arrest of political activist Alexei Navalny and looming US sanctions against Europe.
Energy communities gather momentum in Europe
Although energy communities has been an industry buzzword for years, only recently have regulation, technology and functioning use and business cases provided a solid foundation for mass adoption. Nevertheless, challenges still remain.
Taking solar to the next level
Solar power is one of the key technologies that are central to the EU’s zero carbon ambitions. But with today’s solar cells reaching their limits in terms of practically achievable efficiency, further innovation is needed. Graphene-based perovskite-silicon tandem solar cells could be the answer.
Liquid metal battery storage looks hot
A novel battery technology will be demonstrated at a data centre to be built in the desert of Reno, Nevada, USA. The battery holds the promise of low cost, compact storage, capable of cycling without degradation.
Final Word: Spring cleaning
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