Fuel Watch: US takes leap to low-carbon economy with nationwide hydrogen hubs
US President Joe Biden and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm last month announced the selection of seven locations across the country where regional hydrogen hubs (H2Hubs) will be established. The H2Hubs will be funded by the government with $7 billion over time with the intention of attracting billions more in private investment.
Industry Perspective: Tuning Europe’s electricity grids for a PV revolution
The path to renewables integration is not short of obstacles. Yet current plans do not reflect the speed at which the system is decentralising and are not explicit enough on the need to invest more in the distribution grid. Eurelectric’s Kristian Ruby says a forward-looking mindset is crucial to enable Europe’s grid infrastructure expansion and modernisation.
Energy Outlook: Nuclear is not just technology
Both developed and developing countries have taken an interest in expanding their energy sources to include nuclear power. George Borovas and Inna Pletukhina of law firm Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP share their insights on the key things countries newly setting out on the nuclear power pathway should consider.
Technology Focus: Unlocking the power of AI in asset aggregation
The global energy landscape is in the midst of a remarkable transformation, with a resolute focus on sustainability and the integration of renewable energy sources. In the UK, this paradigm shift towards cleaner energy necessitates innovative solutions. GridBeyond believes one promising avenue lies in the convergence of artificial intelligence with distributed energy systems, a synergy that has the potential to revolutionise the management and optimisation of our energy resources.
Final Word: It’s time to get onside
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Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief