issue 126 | september 2020
The German Energy Agency (DENA) and its subsidiary Global Alliance Powerfuels has announced plans to dramatically increase its reliance on hydrogen power, launching a 38-step programme to improve its hydrogen infrastructure across the country. We investigate.
Also, we look at how hydrogen could turn Orkney into an energy exporter, learn about Orsted and Equinor's giant offshore wind project, and speak to Siemens' new Energy Solutions business.
Finally, we find out about the UK's battery gigafactory, dig into the details of Viking's Shetland wind farm, and look at the most promising projects in US nuclear.
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