2020 – PEI Issue 5

Power Engineering International Issue 5 2020

Power Engineering International issue 5 - 2020 is focusing on Europe's coal conundrum and the latest nuclear developments into advanced modular reactors.

How will Europe tackle its coal conundrum?

The biggest ‘just’ energy transition in Europe is the one that involves those countries still reliant on coal, which accounts for a fifth of the electricity production in the EU and employs 230,000 people.

Exclusive: Green for ‘go’ on hydrogen turbines

How a research project is paving the way for hydrogen-based energy systems. By Aasa Lyckstroem.

Hydrogen: Five potential game-changers to watch

With hydrogen one of the hottest topics in the energy sector, here’s five projects we believe could be real game-changers.

The burning issue of wind turbine fires

Why the wind industry cannot afford the financial and reputational damage that even a single turbine fire can bring. By Angela Krcmar.

Fuelling nuclear innovation in the UK

Advanced modular reactors can play a key role in Britain’s future energy mix argues Steve Threlfall.

Floating windpower: Europe’s buoyant future

How a perfect storm of converging new technologies plus policy and economic incentives could unleash the full potential of floating wind. By Benjamin Cerfontaine and Susan Gourvenec.

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