Turkey discovers gas in Black Sea but challenges remain
The huge natural gas discovery at the Tuna-1 well could have a massive impact for the Turkish economy but the investment that will be needed, combined with political tension in the region, means it could be some time before it reaps the potential rewards.
Meeting the challenge of integrating renewables
With the increasingly urgent drive to decarbonise the power system, renewable energy will play an ever expanding role. However, we need to ensure that the renewables integration is as environmentally-friendly and efficient as possible.
Green ammonia: the answer to a carbon free future?
Green ammonia offers the prospect of reducing carbon emissions, not just in electrical power generation but also other sectors such as transport and industry.
Energy companies face a number of challenges as they continue to reinvent themselves in response to the changing energy landscape. Linda Rae, General Manager for the Power Generation and Oil & Gas businesses for GE Digital, says digitalisation is the key.
Really cool storage
Liquid air energy storage, a large-scale form of long duration storage that some call “pumped hydro in a box”, is preparing for the first commercial project.
Final Word: Still star gazing
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