All articles by JP Casey

JP Casey is the editor of Future Power Technology, Offshore Technology Focus and MINE Magazine. Their topics of interest include covering human rights violations in energy, considering the balance of people and profits across the industry, and writing lists in threes.

JP Casey

“Real stakeholders”: inside BayWa r.e.’s community-driven renewables

Could a 12MW community-owned wind farm in France change the future of clean energy ownership? JP Casey investigates.

Inflation, investment, infrastructure: the new issue of Future Power Technology is out now

In this issue: the US’s Inflation Reduction Act, the potential of the Omniverse, and ocean power in south-east Asia.

“Disrupting legacy equipment”: the role of drones in power line inspections

We ask how drones could be used in the monitoring of power lines, and whether unmanned flight could be the future of power inspections.

National crisis: the new issue of Future Power Technology is out now

In this issue: The UK’s energy crisis, power infrastructure in Egypt and the role of drones in power line inspections.

Light and darkness: the new issue of Future Power Technology is out now

In this issue: Lebanon’s power infrastructure, hydropower potential and a Welsh wonder.

Inside Inmarsat and RWE’s hydropower monitoring system

Could new monitoring systems in Wales help improve the efficiency of the region’s hydropower plants?

Keeping the lights on: the new issue of Future Power Technology is out now

In this issue: the energy impacts of the Ukraine crisis, Covid-19 two years on and using augmented reality in nuclear inspection.

Getting real: the role of assisted reality in nuclear inspection

Could assisted reality glasses help improve collaboration and inspection in the nuclear industry? We speak to Christoph Gatzen and Katarína Balcová of TÜV SÜD to learn more.

“Not a single energy revolution, but many:” the World Energy Council on its Energy Issues Monitor

We speak to World Energy Council secretary general Dr Angela Wilkinson about its 13th World Energy Issues Monitor report.

Welcome to the big leagues: the new issue of Future Power Technology is out now

In this issue: small modular reactors on the big stage, turning coal plants to biomass, and a hydrogen-powered boat.