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2017 PEI Issue 1

Energy storage in the Arctic

Until recently, the city of Kotzebue in Alaska relied on diesel generation for its main power source.

Innovating urban energy: making cities smarter

This article takes a closer look at energy in cities.

Intellectual property in the energy sector

Who would have thought 10 years ago that utilities would be in the forefront of the third industrial revolution? 

Q&A: Predicting the unpredictable

"One thing about energy predictions is certain: they will be wrong.  

Innovation, incentives and integration in Europe’s energy market

Innovation is vital to European competitiveness in the global economy. 

Improving reliability with outsourcing

Time is money and plant owners the world over aim to maximize productivity and minimize costs. 

Modular power in the nuclear industry

Changing attitudes towards nuclear power plants (NPPs) are continuing to have an impact on the global utilities industry and evolving energy mix.

Three questions on the future of energy

As part of its World Energy Outlook released in November, the International Energy Agency posed key questions over the current and future global energy landscape. 

Project Update

Siemens opens UK wind turbine hub Siemens has opened a à‚£310 million wind turbine hub in the UK. The facility in Hull will comprise manufacturing, assembly and servicing factories and provide over 1000 jobs. It will make...

Market Analysis Update

China drives tenth year of solar PV growth Strong demand from China will drive a tenth year of consecutive growth for the global solar PV market, according to a report by consultancy IHS Markit. "The proposed...