issue 115 | October 2019
Working in the energy industry can mean dangerous conditions, working with heavy machinery and in challenging environments. But there are some misconceptions as to which area is the most dangerous to work in. We look at what is the most deadly form of energy.
Around the world, energy revolutions are taking place, in India, small-scale renewables are taking over, while in Australia large-scale solutions like the Walcha Energy Project are gaining momentum. In the UK, wave energy is beginning to make a splash with CorPower Ocean signing an agreement with Simply Blue Energy to collaborate on “several significant wave energy projects,” and we look at one of the projects that started the renewables shift, the oldest tidal plant in the world, La Rance.
Finally, we talk to Nils Røkke, chairman of the board of the European Energy Research Alliance about developing the hydrogen market in Europe, ask whether a regulated asset base model could unlock UK nuclear, and look into the world of investor activism.
Editor MOLLY LEMPRIERE
Commissioning Editor Daniel Garrun
Writers JP Casey, Heidi Vella, Umar Ali, Scarlett Evans
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