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

  • 8 months ago (2018-05-01)
  • Junior Isles
Africa 179 Asia 466 Australasia 16 Climate change 4 Coal 75 Concentrating solar 2 Cyber security 2 Decentralised energy 1 Digitalisation 4 Distribution 32 Emissions 14 Equipment 1 Europe 672 Gas 95 Gas engine plant 23 Horizon 2 Hydroelectric 15 Hydropower 15 Latin America 16 Maintenance 2 Metering 1 Middle East 205 North America 772 Nuclear 429 Offshore wind 27 Oil 6 Operations 2 Policy 5 Regulations 1 Renewables 611 Solar 65 Storage 12 substation 6 Tepco 2 Toshiba 4 Transmission 56 US Senate Washington 2 Wind 75
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Selected highlights from the May 2018 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Special Supplement: Hanhikivi 1 builds momentum

Building any new nuclear plant is a huge task – one that often results in protracted construction times. Fennovoima is looking to buck the trend, as site preparation makes progress at its Hanhikivi 1 plant.

Fuel Watch: Demand for LNG on the rise, as Asia leads market

Data from 2017 shows that demand for LNG increased last year and that most of that demand growth came from Asia and from China in particular.

Industry Perspective: A strategic approach to decarbonising transport

Decarbonising transport is essential if the EU is to meet its climate change targets. Eurelectric argues that the electricity sector has a crucial role to play in these efforts.

Energy Outlook: Can carbon prices fire up gas demand?

Modelling by McKinsey Energy Insights shows how carbon pricing affects the outlook for gas in various markets.

Technology: Taking solar efficiency to the next level

Despite its massive success in recent years, driven by falling costs, silicon solar PV cells are fast approaching their limit in terms of efficiency. Recent progress in the use of perovskites for solar PV applications, however, looks set to take the technology to the next level.

Final Word: Changing the formula

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Yours sincerely,

Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief

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