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issue 127 | october 2020

The North Sea Wind Power Hub is a joint idea by German, Dutch, and Danish firms to build a series of interconnected islands that would supply a significant part of Europe’s future energy needs. We take a look at the scale of the proposed idea and ask, what it will take to make it happen?

Also, we examine the issues facing cap and trade models such as California's, speak to the North London Waste Authority about their proposed energy-from-waste plant, and investigate Iran's first geothermal project. 

Finally, we take a temperature check of the UK solar industry, talk to MHI about their fusion project, see what lessons energy production is learning from natural design, and hear from Power Shift Africa about the continent's clean energy future.


Commissioning Editor Daniel Garrun 
Writers heidi vella, andrew tunnicliffe, julian turner, matthew farmer, yoana cholteeva, jp casey

Magazine Designer Maria Gimenez
Graphic Designers  Marzia delgaone, anett Arc, Ashley mcpherson, tyrrell lowe, 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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