Special Technology Supplement: A steely resolve to cutting carbon emissions
Reducing carbon emissions in steel production is crucial in achieving global net zero CO2 targets. Siemens Energy is collaborating with European steel producer Salzgitter AG to help reduce emissions from its steel production process. But it is a partnership that is also helping Siemens Energy to cut its own Scope 3 emissions.
Fuel Watch: China’s hydrogen plan takes on ambitious targets stymied mostly by cost
China’s energy demand and usage is a hot topic in global markets and it will remain so, even in the midst of an energy transition. But the government last March introduced its first-ever long-term plan for hydrogen, and many companies and regions in the vast country have become inspired to press ahead with hydrogen projects that might exceed the next decade’s demand.
Energy Outlook: Accelerating UK electrification
A flexible, forward thinking approach must be taken to accommodate the UK’s unprecedented soar in demand for renewable electricity. Vattenfall Networks’ Suzanna Lashford, explains.
Technology Focus: Powering the future with Altris Prussian White
Amid the global shift towards sustainable energy solutions, Swedish sodium-ion battery developer Altris has developed a pure Prussian White cathode material with a capacity of 160 mAh/g – making it the highest capacity declared to date. Altris’ Björn Mårlid discusses this important milestone.
Final Word: Time for some green tea
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Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief