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Selected highlights from the November 2019 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 7 months ago (2019-11-01)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the November 2019 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: LNG continues to cast potential over future markets
Research carried out by the IEA shows that LNG will continue to make strides in the energy markets as more countries begin to turn to it for power generation.

Industry Perspective: Still working towards a decarbonised and secure electricity system
After several years of work on the Clean Energy For all Europeans Package and its legislative proposals, many could think that they are "done" with the power sector but the energy transition still requires massive investment from the electricity sector for generation, storage, demand side management and networks developments, says Eurelectric.

Energy Outlook: What’s in store?
The energy industry is transforming. More renewables are coming on to the grid, electricity consumers are also generators, and electric vehicles will not only consume energy but will also feed it back into the grid. This means changes in the grid are needed to allow electricity to flow both ways. Junior Isles speaks to ABB’s Maxine Ghavi about battery energy storage and the key technologies affecting utilities in their transformation.

Technology: Cloud-based systems take stock of energy use
A live-streaming business energy monitoring and costing platform that allows real-time, deep analytics, takes energy management to a new level.

Final Word: Time for joined up thinking

We hope you find it informative!

Yours sincerely,

Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief

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