issue 128 | november 2020
Equinor has announced it will lead a project to develop one of the world’s first at-scale facilities to produce hydrogen from natural gas in combination with carbon capture and storage (CCS). We look at the scope of the project and find out what it will mean for the UK.
Also, we debate the best approach for Europe to hit climate targets, examine the land requirements of renewable projects, and speak to ICS about their coating technology for increased solar efficiency.
Finally, we find out about Aggreko's hybrid power solutions, learn about a project to increaase renewable skills in Sri Lanka, investigate whether the clean energy transition can be provided for all, and consider attitudes to hydropower across Europe.
Editor CALLUM TYNDALL
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