issue 98 | may 2018
/ For decades gas has been touted as the best practical alternative to oil and production has soared, but in recent years climate commitments have started demanding a quicker switch to renewables. Some commentators are now suggesting the ‘Golden Age of Gas’ may die out before it really begins. What happened and could carbon capture technologies save the day?
In other sectors, we trace the major players in the 2016 global solar boom, including Australia, China and many US states, also we examine France’s approach to disposal of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel, and assess the emergence of ‘energy scavenging’ practices, such as utilising the kinetic energy of moving trains.
Also, we report on the outcomes of the UK’s T-4 energy supply auction and look at how power supply deals can help international diplomacy through forging stronger, trusting relationships. /
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