How will the new US President steer the country’s energy policy? From climate commitments and environmental protections to job promises, investment, and the political will to invest in new technologies we speak to commentators across the spectrum for an in-depth look at what the future could hold for energy in the US.
Also in this issue, we take a look at how the UK government sees solar as part of it’s future energy mix, talk to the leads on an Austrian peer-to-peer energy trading project, and explore New York's injection of tidal power and what it means for the city's energy mix.
Plus, we hear from OPITO about their pivot to renewable energy skills, investigate a new energy storage method using miscability gaps alloy, profile Japan's power sector, and dive into the gulf between energy promises and policy with the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies.
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