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Morgan EldredOctober 24, 2018
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5min60

Creating a truly energy-efficient world is achievable with technological advances, say Morgan Eldred and Dmitry Vilchinsky Historically, all energy works through a concept of unequal exchange: you put more energy in to reproduce energy you find in nature. For example, in oil and gas, you drill a well, build facilities and connect the well to those …

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3min282

South Africa has dropped proposals to boost supply from nuclear plants in its latest energy plan and will increasingly use renewable sources as it lessens reliance on coal. “There will be a study to determine if more nuclear is needed after 2030,” Energy Minister Jeff Radebe told reporters in Pretoria on Monday. “But until then, …

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5min975

Masdar (Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company) and the Norwegian multinational energy company Equinor have installed, and will soon begin testing, a new battery system designed to store electricity generated by Hywind Scotland, the world’s first commercial-scale floating wind farm. The battery storage solution is the first in the world to be connected to an offshore …

Will DawsonMay 16, 2018
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8min1720

Flexible demand will help drive the take up of renewable energy, writes Will Dawson, associate director at Forum for the Future There’s a new kid on the energy block, and its name is Demand Flexibility. Mind you, it didn’t move in last week. Back in 2015 UK energy regulator Ofgem highlighted demand flexibility as an innovation area …

Alicia BullerMay 10, 2018
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13min3158

Dr. Michael Weinhold, CTO of Siemens Energy Management Division, speaks to Alicia Buller about the future of global electricity and the rise of ‘flex-umers’ It’s clear to see why Dr Michael Weinhold is chief technology officer at Germany’s largest industrial engineering firm. The irrepressibly bright CTO says he’s been fascinated by electrical energy ‘since he …

Jeremy LeggettMay 8, 2018
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13min5186

In the first of a series of exclusive columns, Jeremy Leggett, founder of Solarcentury, the UK’s largest solar energy company and board member at Impact4All, discusses renewable energy’s supercharged journey into the future When the G7 nations agreed in June 2015 to push for a treaty to phase out fossil fuels, few believed it could be negotiated. But in …


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