February 2021

China could have a major role to play in the development of the world’s hydrogen economy, much as it did for solar. We take a look at the country’s current relationship to hydrogen and the part it may have to play.

Also in this issue, we take a look at a venture to build a single electric vehicle charging station network across Europe, examine Q Cell's efforts to build the largest dam-based floating solar photovoltaic project, and talk to Depsys about the value of power grid health checks.

Plus, we find out more about the world's first blue energy island, learn about a path to fish-friendly hydropower, speak to those behind the Generation 2050 manifesto, and catch up with Fugro about the transition of oil and gas skills to the wind industry.


Editor | Callum Tyndall

Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun

Writers | JP Casey, Heidi Vella, Yoana Cholteeva, Andrew Tunnicliffe, Chris Lo
Magazine Designer |Maria Gimenez

Graphic Designers | Anett Arc, Ashley McPherson, Tyrrell Lowe,

Marzia Del Gaone, Noemi Balint, Petra Konyi-Kiss, Filipe Costa, Martina Labaiova
Lead Designer | John Hammond 

Publisher | Susanne Hauner
Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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