Verbund testing different AI technologies for both generation and retail use cases
Engerati speaks with the utility’s digital unit leader about hiring strategy, technology decision-making, and hydrogen and electromobility projects.
Fuel cells advancing in Europe
The PACE project is accelerating the delivery of next generation fuel cell micro-cogen units and services in 10 countries.
Bristol’s bold leap of faith
Like many local authorities, Bristol City Council isn't waiting for government to lead in the net-zero challenge; it's identified £1 billion of decarbonisation projects and is seeking a private sector "strategic partner" to make them happen. Councillor Kye Dudd tells Network's Elaine Knutt about the plan.
Engerati 2.0: Let’s get Digital
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Hydrogen-based fuels key to renewable future
Excess renewable power can be used to unlock the potential of green hydrogen, says Wärtsilä.
Equinor and OGE launch hydrogen project
The blue hydrogen gas supplied from Norway will be 95% less carbon-intensive than natural gas.
Hydrogen by Pipe: Embracing the fuel of the future
Hydrogen has great potential as a clean fuel source, but many challenges must be overcome for widespread deployment. Pöyry’s John Williams outlines the issues and prospects for future growth.
Is Europe lagging in energy storage?
Europe’s ambition is to become a leader in the development and production of battery energy storage.
Gas in Europe’s future energy system
Renewable gas comprised primarily of hydrogen is key along with electricity to decarbonising Europe’s energy system by 2050, new modelling show.
Hydrogen powered grid to come to eastern Canada
New Brunswick Power has launched plans to introduce hydrogen to the grid as baseload power.
Watch big oil – growing competitors in the utility space
Shell continues to grow its presence in the energy sector with the acquisition of German smart energy storage developer Sonnen.