Selected highlights from the January 2021 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 18 days ago (2021-01-04)
  • Junior Isles
Africa 233 Asia 604 Australasia 31 Climate change 10 Coal 155 Cogeneration 1 Concentrating solar 4 Cyber security 6 Decentralised energy 4 Demand side management 1 Demand side response 1 Digitalisation 8 Distributed energy 6 Distribution 63 Electric vehicles EVs 3 Emissions 25 Energy management 1 Equipment 2 Europe 813 Gas 200 Gas engine plant 34 Horizon 2 Hydroelectric 17 Hydrogen 1 Hydropower 36 Latin America 40 Maintenance 2 Marine 1 Metering 2 microgrid 2 Middle East 256 North America 854 Nuclear 492 Offshore wind 60 Oil 9 Operations 2 Policy 5 Regulations 2 Renewables 668 Solar 129 Storage 22 substation 8 Tepco 2 Tidal 1 Toshiba 4 Transmission 99 US Senate Washington 3 Wind 148
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Selected highlights from the January 2021 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: LNG to advance during Biden presidency, despite pro-climate agenda
While US President-elect Joe Biden is being urged to ban fracking altogether, he is expected to take the step to ban the methane leaks from gas wells, making gas production, and subsequently LNG production, cleaner. This could boost exports of US LNG to Europe and other markets.

Industry Perspective: A new era for transatlantic climate cooperation
There is renewed hope that the incoming Biden administration will push the energy transition back up the US government agenda and galvanise global efforts to combat climate change. TEI Times speaks to the Edison Electric Institute about what the election of Joe Biden could mean for the world of energy.

Energy Outlook: An integrated approach to energy efficiency
Coal may no longer be leading carbon capture and storage progress but there is a chance the technology could still provide a lifeline for some coal fired power plants, especially in Asia, says the IEA Clean Coal Centre.

Technology Focus: Capturing carbon straight for the air
Capturing carbon dioxide directly from the air could be an important part of the toolkit in getting to zero emissions by 2050. Climeworks plans to demonstrates the possibilities at a geothermal plant in Iceland.

Final Word: Shaping new connections

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