Hydrogen poised to gather support at critical COP26
Hydrogen stands to gain further opportunity as a result of the COP26 conference and as technical advances in its use proves its reliability.
Paving the way towards a decarbonised grid
The power grid is central to the energy transition and cutting global greenhouse gas emissions. Siemens Energy discusses how the use of technologies such as HVDC transmission enables the integration of renewables on a large scale, and outlines its plans to develop a high voltage equipment portfolio that emits zero greenhouse gases.
Store, scale and apply: harnessing hydrogen’s full potential
With the ability to develop hydrogen at scale and storage now part of the equation, MHI's Emmanouil Kakaras believes the hype around hydrogen is justified.
Coal: an obstacle and a key driver to China’s decarbonisation
China’s recent announcement that it will no longer build overseas coal plants is seen as significant in the run-up to COP26. Joseph Jacobelli looks at the country’s approach to the coal power sector and explores how its continued domestic use might actually drive other forms of clean generation..
Injecting inertia into the energy transition
As grid operators attempt to increase renewables penetration without disrupting system stability, it is crucial for them to gain better visibility of network conditions. Reactive’s GridMetrix service is claimed to be the first and only service to accurately measure system inertia in real-time..
Final Word: Time to hold your nerve
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