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electrification of heat

Hot Topic: The electrification of heat

Matthew Trewhella, Managing Director of Kensa Contracting explores the application of ground source heat pumps and the wider benefits for the climate with the decarbonisation and electrification of heat.
anion exchange membrane, computer simulation

Anion-exchange membranes with high hydroxide conductivity: First-principles computer modelling

Here, we find out about first-principles computer simulations performed in the group of Prof Mark E. Tuckerman, who uncover principles for designing high-performance alkaline anion exchange membrane (AEM) fuel cells.
Offshore wind farm development and underwater cultural heritage investigation

Offshore wind farm development and underwater cultural heritage investigation

Gwo-Shyh Song, associate professor at National Taiwan University, explains their underwater investigation for offshore wind farm development.
Climate leadership

Connecting the dots to enable climate leadership at all levels

Lars Tveen, President of Danfoss Heating Segment, underlines the importance of connecting the dots to enable climate leadership at all levels.
cell organelles, microfluidic isolation

Microfluidic isolation and analysis of cell organelles

Here, Prof. Dr. Christopher T. Culbertson, Prof. Dr. Stefan H. Bossmann, Jay Sibbitts and Courtney Johnson discuss microfluidic isolation and analysis of cell organelles.
reliable power

Fuel cells: Delivering reliable power when needed for emergency response efforts

Morry Markowitz, President of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, states the case for fuel cells to deliver reliable power when needed, therefore, enhancing emergency response efforts.
investing in solar

Is solar still a good investment?

Here, renewables developer, Anesco looks at the case for investing in solar without government subsidies and why battery storage could hold the key to maximising the benefits.
offshore wind, green hydrogen

Offshore wind: Five things we’ve learnt in the last year

In the run-up to U.S. Offshore Wind Conference, Eoghan Quinn, Global Wind Lead - New Energy for Worley, reflects on the ever-evolving environment of the offshore wind sector.
power resistors

Designing power resistors for renewable applications 

Here Simone Bruckner, managing director at power resistor manufacturer, Cressall, explains the challenges in designing resistors for renewable applications.
Flexible and efficient electricity

Flexible and efficient electricity production

Prof Dr Anke Hagen, DTU Energy, highlights the importance of flexible and efficient electricity production as the energy sector continues to lower its greenhouse gas emissions.
demand response, cut power use

Demand Response 101: How to get paid to cut power use for utilities

Rodrigo López, Energy Management Deputy Director, Feníe Energía, provides a detailed article about Demand Response, highlighting how you can save money on utility bills during periods of reduced energy use.
electricity from renewable sources

Flexible and efficient use of electricity from renewable sources to answer society needs

Professor Anke Hagen discusses the flexible and efficient use of electricity from renewable sources to answer society’s needs at all times and sectors.
multi-electron redox processes, bioinorganic studies

Bioinorganic studies of multi-electron redox processes

Bioinorganic studies of multi-electron redox processes, from fundamental research to applications in a future renewable energy infrastructure.
taiwan offshore wind farms, national taiwan university

An underwater topographic survey for Taiwan offshore wind farms

An underwater topographic survey for Taiwan offshore wind farms is detailed here by Gwo-shyh Song, Associate Professor at the National Taiwan University.
the electricity industry

How to get a career in the electricity industry

The electricity industry is in need of a new generation of engineers with the skills to work on the energy systems of the future as it begins to benefit from a range of new smart and low carbon technologies.
shut down the national grid

Surge in EV growth will shut down the National Grid by 2040

A surge in growth in Electric Vehicles (EV's) in Britain, more in line with the EU, could potentially shut down the National Grid by 2040, according to SaveMoneyCutCarbon.
reducing carbon emissions

Hydrogen helping the environment, reducing carbon emissions

Morry Markowitz, President of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association details how policies have been implemented that increase the role of hydrogen in various applications – including transportation as one method reducing carbon emissions.
Big Six, renewable energy

E-ON encourages Big Six to move towards renewable energy

E.ON’s move to supply 100% renewable electricity signals changing trend in UK power market and encourages Big Six to follow suit, says GlobalData.
electricity bills, north of Scotland

UK Government to cut electricity bills in the north of Scotland

Households in the north of Scotland will see cuts on their electricity bills thanks to government plans to reduce the costs of electricity.
global energy systems

How is electricity storage transforming global energy systems?

While global energy systems undergo a dramatic change, driven by the growth of renewables, it impacts the flexibility in the energy system and changes the way we meet demand and keep our systems in balance.

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