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Policy critical to unlock Carbon Capture and Utilisation in Europe

Carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) is a circular process that holds great potential to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors and maximise the use and storage of renewable energy.

Synchronous condensers put vital spinning inertia back into decarbonized power grids

It is increasingly challenging for network operators to maintain grid strength and stability as the generation mix shifts to renewable energy. Heikki Vepsäläinen of ABB explains how synchronous condensers (SCs) can provide vital reinforcement.

Power generation for the next generation

Andreas Goertz outlines the evolving energy of engines in a time where the energy transition's focus on clean energy is taking centre stage.

Proactive measures to cyber-secure utilities

Theresa Lanowitz explains why energy companies and security professionals ‘need to be singing from the same hymn sheet’.

Poland and the race to 55

How does a coal-dependent country like Poland make the shift to clean energy? Pamela Largue speaks to Michał Motylewski of international law firm Dentons and Joanna Maćkowiak-Pandera, President of Forum Energii, to find out.

Webcast Recording: Sustainable IoT in renewable energy

In this live session, experts from Cisco will talk about the trends they see in the renewable energy space, the challenges around creating these trends, and how to build a modern, future-proof and secure communications architecture.

Webcast Recording: Integrated power solutions to decarbonise the industrial sector

CHP technology facilitates the decarbonization process by lowering CO2 emissions and enhancing operational efficiency, making the industry more competitive.