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Selected highlights from the May 2023 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 1 year, 1 month ago (2023-05-02)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the May 2023 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: Japan set to revise hydrogen strategy
Japan launched its ‘Basic Hydrogen Strategy’ in 2017, the first country to do so. But the road has been bumpy and the country is not where it thought it would be by this time. Later this month, Japan intends to correct its course and relaunch its hydrogen strategy, targeting the use of 12 million tons/year by 2040.

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Industry Perspective: Green grids, global warming and the Gulf: a hot solution to a hot issue
Green grids offer a viable way to drastically reduce carbon emissions. Ideally situated between Europe and Asia, the Gulf region could act as a bridge linking a global network of green grids – desert solar could be delivered to Europe by day, with European and North African wind energy transmitted eastwards during the night. The Climate Parliament’s Nicholas Dunlop and Dr. Sergio Missana, explain.

Energy Outlook: Wind power: building the next terawatt
The Global Wind Energy Council’s recent ‘Global Wind Report 2023’ revealed that new capacity additions last year were the lowest for three years. But despite the challenging conditions, the sector will add as much capacity in the next decade as it has over the last 40 years. TEI Times presents a summary of the report.

Technology Focus: Modelling weather impact for renewable energy generation
Assessing the financial and operational viability of renewable energy developments calls for data-driven decisions that are based on robust, reliable modelling. The Institute for Environmental Analytics’ Alan Yates describes how data-driven energy modelling helps with planning effective strategies for renewable power production.

Final Word: The not so Magnificent Seven?

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