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Selected highlights from the July-August 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 8 days ago (2020-07-27)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the July-August 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: Hydrogen set to make steady inroad as fuel for new energy age
Advocates for green energy and lower carbon emissions are making a strong argument for the promotion of hydrogen as a viable green fuel.

Industry Perspective: The carbon clock is ticking
Time is running out for accelerating cuts in carbon emissions. Ambitious action is needed from the energy sector and governments in Germany, the UK and elsewhere to create a hydrogen economy.

Industry Perspective: Why we need a monumental green investment now
Protecting the climate, investing in future-proof technologies and driving digitalisation are urgently necessary and profitable. Yet designing green stimulus packages is hard and complicated and requires a monumental effort from many parties.

Executive Interview: Creating smarter synergies
Following the recent completion of the deal between ABB and Hitachi to form Hitachi ABB Power Grids, TEI Times caught up with Claudio Facchin, CEO of the new entity, to discuss what the joint venture means to both companies and the market.

Energy Outlook: Demanding a response
Changing conditions have shown that now is the time for demand response, and the Covid-19 recovery is the perfect opportunity to push things forward.

Cyber Security: Staying safe during lockdown
The Covid-19 lockdowns has seen an increase in cyber attacks, a scenario for which organisations are unprepared.

Technology: From coal to biomass
A project to convert Poland's Konin lignite power plant to burn biomass, illustrates a straightforward route to significantly reducing carbon emissionsĀ in a country that is heavily dependent on coal.

Final Word: Rap star or rock star?

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