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

  • 29 days ago (2020-10-01)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the October 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Special Project Supplement: Flexing the power of hydrogen
In May this year, Siemens together with its consortium partners announced a project that will see a dry low emissions gas turbine burn 100 per cent hydrogen produced from renewable energy. Known as HYFLEXPOWER, the project will be the first to achieve this at an actual industrial site.

Fuel Watch: Hydrogen
Germany is to study the development of a hydrogen supply chain with Australia, and plans to cooperate with France on hydrogen research and production.

Industry Perspective: A random walk through the energy transition
A number of oil and gas majors are now grappling with making a significant shift into renewables. TEI Times hears about the technologies that will help in what will be a difficult transition for them to make.

Executive Interview: A mirror to the future
Digital twins are an exciting technology with incredible potential. We catch up with GE Digital’s Colin Parris for his take on some of the benefits they bring and a glimpse of what’s to come.

Technology Focus: Smart meters pave the way to cheaper, greener energy
Octopus Energy has developed a new cloud-based energy platform based on smart tariffs that is designed to deliver a smarter energy system.

Final Word: Chasing the white rabbit

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Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief

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