SSE and Equinor are partnering to develop two low-carbon power stations in the UK—one using gas-fired turbines and carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, and the other as the world’s first major-scale 100% hydrogen-fueled generation plant.
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Oil and Gas Energy Transition
This digital discussion will highlight some of the latest strategies oil & gas giants are employing to reinvent their industry, in particular, the shift towards sustainability and renewable energy.
Energy Coffee: 2021 – A big year for power and energy
How and why to do a coal-to-biomass conversion
Digitalisation in power generation: Shifting from the application to performance
Is decarbonisation possible in urban areas?
Energy Coffee: Is Africa ready for the green hydrogen revolution?
Energy Coffee: Sempra Energy investing big in plant-based carbon capture R&D.
Energy Coffee: Commercial operation confirmed for 260-MW Don Sahong Hydropower in Laos
Energy Coffee: Election Day has arrived in the U.S. amongst power outages
Energy Coffee: Nuclear is commercially viable for South Africa says experts
Energy Coffee: Power shut off in California as winds, fire danger increase
Energy Coffee: Dam safety work completed at Reclamation’s Boca Dam in California
Energy Coffee: Mixed reaction to Indonesia’s new Omnibus Law
Energy Coffee: SMUD’s 2.7-MW South Fork Powerhouse hydroelectric project goes operational
Energy Coffee: Don’t miss out on DTECH+ and POWERGEN+
Energy Coffee: Elon Musk makes big announcements during recent Battery Day
Energy Coffee: New EIA data shows wind, solar and natural gas construction costs keep going down
Energy Coffee: Hitachi pulls the plug on UK nuclear project
Energy Coffee:U.S. hydroelectric generation to increase in 2020 despite drought conditions, EIA says
Energy Coffee: Walmart and Schneider Electric to educate suppliers on renewables
Energy Coffee: All four Clarion Energy US media websites now featuring podcasts
Energy Coffee: AEA completes Battle Creek diversion project at 120-MW Bradley Lake hydro
Energy Coffee: Tropical storms Marco and Laura lead utilities to prepare for outages
Energy Coffee: Heat wave strains California’s power grid
Connecticut Governor calls for investigation into utilities’ ‘misstep in response’ to Tropical Storm
Energy Coffee: What are you paying your utilities for?
Energy Coffee: BP goes green
Energy Coffee: New dates announced for POWERGEN International and DISTRIBUTECH International
Energy Coffee: Southern California Edison launches transactive energy pilot using customer-sited DER
Energy Coffee: Technological innovation in Hydro
Energy Coffee: Electric transportation makes huge progress in New York state
Energy Coffee: Energy storage wins as U.S. Court of Appeals upholds FERC Order 841
Energy Coffee: Indonesia’s coal comfort zone
Energy Coffee: High five for hydrogen
Energy Coffee: Sunrun acquires Vivint Solar in transaction worth 3.2B
Energy Coffee: South Africa’s new nuclear build – wisdom or waste of money
Routes to market - Power Engineering International
Europe's Green Energy Package and the future of district heating
How the drive towards decarbonisation is changing business models
The South African government is collaborating with energy sector companies to complete a feasibility study for the establishment of a hydrogen valley in South Africa.