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  1. The Resilience Programme: Changing Japan’s grid
  2. Floating wind: the significance of Hywind Scotland
  3. Smart cities: building a solar-powered smart district in Denver
  4. Cutting out the middle men: Blockchain in the solar industry
  5. Engineering fusion with Tokamak Energy

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The Resilience Programme: Changing Japan’s grid

Following the destruction caused by the Tōhoku tsunami in 2011, the Japanese city of Higashi Matsushima decided to rebuild its energy infrastructure using microgrids and decentralised power. More and more cities are following in its footsteps, so could microgrids provide the resilience Japan needs?

Race Bank Offshore Windfarm

The 580MW Race Bank, developed by Ørsted (formally DONG Energy), is located in the Greater Wash region, approximately 27km off the UK east coast.

High-Power Generating Sets

KD SERIES is the new line of generating sets equipped for the first time with state-of-the-art KOHLER diesel engines. These generating sets benefit from unprecedented power density, making the KD SERIES an ideal range to meet the most exacting requirements.

Floating wind: the significance of Hywind Scotland

With Hywind Scotland, the world’s first floating windfarm now up and running, speculation abounds as to whether similar projects will gain support, replacing conventional bottom-fixed installations. There is potential for this to happen, but funding will be crucial.

Smart cities: building a solar-powered smart district in Denver

With construction underway on the Denver CityNOW project – a carbon-neutral smart district incorporating numerous energy innovations – Panasonic and its partners are hoping to reveal the future of smart cities. Panasonic USA vice-president for CityNOW George Karayannis outlines the company’s vision for a smart city development plan that could work anywhere.

Engineering fusion with Tokamak Energy

Tokamak Energy has appointed former Rolls Royce executive Jonathan Carling as its new CEO. Could having an engineer at the helm help the company crack the final problems to become a provider of grid-scale fusion power in less than a decade? We talk to Carling about the challenges and the potential for success.

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