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Q&A: Aurelio Blanquet, Director at EDP Distribucao

Aurelio Blanquet, Director at EDP Distribucao talks smart grid cybersecurity and why his company has joined ENCS.

Carbon capture and utilization: Putting the ‘U’ in CCUS

Much has been written in these pages about the viability of carbon capture and storage (CCS), which the International Energy Agency (IEA), in its recent 20 Years of CCS: Accelerating Future Deployment report, called "the only technology solution capable of delivering significant emissions reductions from the use of fossil fuels in power generation and industrial processes".

What’s holding the British power sector back?

The head of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers' energy department is eager to see what Theresa May's government's much awaited industrial strategy has in store for the energy sector, given the lack of clarity in recent years, and how it will be viewed in engineering circles.

Modest growth for stationary fuel cells

For an industry labelled as yet-to-fully-mature and fragile, the overall picture for all types of fuel cells is more positive. 

Bill Gates-backed fund pledges $1bn for clean energy

Breakthrough Energy Ventures, a fund drawing from the world's wealthiest individuals, has announced it will be allocating $1bn towards investment in clean energy technologies.

Energy storage most vital issue for European power sector

Energy storage is seen by power industry professionals as the most vitally important area for the European electricity sector over the next two decades.

Europe’s power trends, forecasts and hotspots

A new survey of more than 800 power industry professionals provides a fascinating barometer of the European energy market.

Detecting the spark: Avoiding combustion

Biomass is used increasingly as a fuel for power generation, because it is both a sustainable fuel source and considered as relatively carbon neutral over the near term.

Power to the people?

Half of all European Union citizens could be producing at least some of their own electricity by 2050 – together meeting 45% of the EU's energy demand.

Daimler storage battery factory bolstered by CHP

Daimler is developing its electric car portfolio and in bid to step up its efforts in the sector are building second lithium ion battery factory at Kamenz in Germany.

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