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What goes up must come down: the potential of gravity batteries

Reaching net-zero and increasing renewable energy self-sufficiency has suddenly assumed a new sense of urgency as climate-related disasters exponentially increase…

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

How could the biggest piece of federal legislation in a generation affect the power industry? While the bill primarily aims…

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

To say that the power industry is one closely aligned with the latest technological developments is somewhat redundant. This is…

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

The UK could be headed for a full-scale energy crisis. Disruptions in the global power market has triggered a tightening…

2022 predictions: Climate regulation gets tangible

If 2020 was the year of the virus, 2021 could be the year the world started to reprioritise. Two ongoing…

Australia’s Northern Territory to host major green hydrogen project

A 10GW green hydrogen project in the Australian outback – using a novel water-to-air hydrogen production technology – has been…

The cryptic beginnings of a midstream power market

What is power, incarnate? If energy had a physical form, beyond the particles and fields that push and fuse chemicals…

Record EU carbon price continues to rise; sucks up fossil fuel profits

As the cost of EU carbon credits pushes past €90 per tonne for the first time, heavy polluters are looking…

Hackers leak personal information of Vestas staff

Hackers have published personal information belonging to employees of wind turbine manufacturer Vestas as part of a ransomware attack. In…

SSE faces activist investor calls to split from renewables business

Elliott Management, a US-based activist hedge fund, has privately encouraged SSE to split its energy businesses for weeks. However, a…