2017 PEI Issue 5

Innovation at the heart of offshore wind

The Paris Climate Change Agreement was a vote of confidence in the business opportunity presented by investing in the low-carbon energy transition, writes Brent Cheshire

A question of uncertainty

Among the myriad issues arising from the UK vote to leave the European Union are key questions relating to the country's role in the Euratom nuclear organization and the Internal Energy Market, writes Kelvin Ross

How to make power plants more flexible

The implications of one-mill operation for the operating regime and control of a coal plant are outlined by Hans Christian Schröder

How gas turbines and engines fit into the new energy mix

Germany wants to increase overall energy efficiency by 27 per cent and decrease CO2 emissions by 40 per cent by 2020. To hit these targets, the country is putting its faith in power from renewables, backed up and complemented by the most efficient use of fossil fuels

Making sense of change

As POWER-GEN Europe celebrates its 25th anniversary by returning to the city of Cologne next month, Nigel Blackaby spotlights just some of the must-see events in the conference halls and on the exhibition floor

Leveraging the power of electricity

The progressive electrification of sectors such as heating, cooling and transport will bring tangible benefits for European society, economically and environmentally, argues Kristian Ruby

The three Ds of modern power

Three mega-trends are shaping the European energy landscape - digitalization, decarbonization and decentralization. Rudy Koenig examines these 'three Ds' through the prism of Germany as a key industrial nation and suggests they will shape the power generation industry for years to come

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