Selected highlights from the November 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • a month ago (2020-11-02)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the November 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: Hydrogen research makes global inroads
Research is under way for a new proof-of-concept design for a seawater electrolyser. Also, scientists have found a way to make hydrogen by blasting plastic with microwaves of iron oxide and aluminium oxide.

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E-Mobility: Charging up to tackle climate change
The growth in electric vehicles is driving ambitions to see vehicle-to-grid technology become a key weapon in the battle against climate change.

Energy Outlook: Technology pathways to net zero
The technological transformation of the power generation sector is a central element of the clean energy transition. The IEA’s recently published 'Energy Technology Perspectives' looks at which technologies will get us there and what the power system will look like.

Technology Focus: Getting intelligent about cyber security
Siemens Energy is bringing its operations expertise and artificial intelligence to cyber security.

Final Word: Salivating over offshore wind

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