Like the rest of the economy, industrial firms are emerging from a year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic – some in a better position than others, on account of geography or their specific industry.
The pandemic has accelerated the arrival of a ‘new normal’ for utilities argues Jay Cadman.
Deep sea turbine substructures are poised to revolutionise the offshore wind sector, according to Ian Hatton, Chairman, Enterprize Energy.
As lockdowns eased across Europe and electricity demand returned to pre-COVID levels, carbon allowance prices rose to record levels in the second quarter.
As nations realise the inevitable task of shifting their energy demands away from traditional fuels, the risk-reward profiles for renewables become increasingly enticing.
On-site hybrid power plants are a solution for industry and municipalities to control their own energy supply, drive decarbonization, and optimize their energy consumption.