• Future Power Technology – Issue 101

    In this issue: Ørsted’s first year in renewables, Voith’s move into East African hydropower, London’s push for solar power investment, GE’s greener transmission gas, NASA’s fission reactor, and more.

  • Controversial nuclear power plants in Europe

    While nuclear power plants still play a major role in the continent of Europe, concerns remain about their environmental impact and running costs. From Hungary’s Paks nuclear expansion to the...

  • G3 – is GE’s green gas a perfect solution?

    GE has developed a green gas for the grid called g³, an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional T&D gas, SF₆ that could reduce the environmental impact of such systems by...

  • QUBE: the Ikea of renewable energy

    A UK company called QUBE Renewables is making ‘flat pack’ anaerobic digestion kits that create energy from waste. The flexible, fabric design can be used virtually anywhere with any biodegradable...

  • Waste to hydrogen: Powerhouse Energy at the WWERS

    Powerhouse Energy is using distributed modular gasification to convert end-of-life plastics into hydrogen and electricity. We sat down with CEO Keith Allaun to discuss getting into the energy industry, hydrogen...