EBH study reports large potential for European green hydrogen production
The European Union and the United Kingdom have the potential to meet a projected European hydrogen demand equivalent to 20-25 per cent of EU and UK final energy consumption by 2050, says a new report.
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Energising cyber security
Following its spin-off almost a year ago, Siemens Energy is transferring its cyber security processes to the new organisation. TEI Times hears what this has meant for the company and its customers, and discusses the growing cyber threat to the energy sector.
Japan is not the land of the rising decarbonisation
Asia has a huge role to play in meeting global carbon emissions targets. With the COP26 climate change conference just over four months away, through a series of articles TEI Times will look at several countries in the region and their plans for decarbonisation. This month Asia energy expert, Joseph Jacobelli, explores Japan.
Driving the green electron revolution
Grid enhancing technologies are key to the success of the energy transition. Smart Wires has developed a Modular Power Flow Control technology, also known as SmartValve, that allows power to flow where there is spare capacity, thus maximising the use of the grid.
Final Word: The Pilgrim's Progress
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