In this issue

issue 125 | august 2020

As working from home becomes much more a part of everyday life, energy customers will be increasingly looking for solutions to monitor and control their home energy consumption. We investigate the current state of technology in the field.

Also, we learn about the IEA Bioenergy Technology Collaboration Programme, dive into a report suggesting flexible power could save the UK energy industry £40bn, and take a look at different approaches being taken around the world to compensate industry for early coal plant closures. 

Finally, we speak to ZOLA Electric about energy infrastructure in Africa, profile the companies leading in EV infrastructure, hear from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory about their 3D-printed nuclear reactor core, and explore the history of crowdfunding in the energy industry. /

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Callum Tyndall, editor