issue 100 | july 2018
/ Concrete has poured at what will be Turkey’s first nuclear power plant. Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom) is building the controversial plant, which critics fear will further the increasing the influence Russia holds over Turkey’s energy system. So what does this mean for Turkey’s energy supply and its relationship with Russia? And with Italian oil company Eni reportedly considering doubling its investment into nuclear fusion technology, having already invested $50m in an MIT-based fusion spinout, we ask, has the worm turned on nuclear fusion investment?
Google kicks off the race to map out solar potential with its Project Sunroof, pinpointing the areas with the best solar energy resources, we ask why Atlantis Resources’ MeyGen is being hailed as Scotland’s most significant tidal project to date,
We speak to tech startup Open Energy Market to ask if AI could one day remove the middle man from the provider-customer utility relationship, and find out if California’s net metering battery concept could serve both consumers and grid stability alike. /
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