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  1. G3 – is GE’s green gas a perfect solution?
  2. Global wind turbine foundations market to reach $7.2bn by 2022
  3. Bright SPARC: can MIT scientists make fusion power a reality?
  4. Renewable energy to reach 22.5% share in global power mix in 2020
  5. Shooting for the sun: the world’s biggest solar power developers

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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 Chernobyl disaster, Power-Technology lists Europe’s seven most controversial nuclear power plants.

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 as much as 99%. Power Technology spoke to GE about g³ and its green credentials.

Bright SPARC: can MIT scientists make fusion power a reality?

Italian oil company Eni is investing $50m in Commonwealth Fusion Systems, an MIT spinout that is collaborating with the institute on the development of superconducting magnets to produce zero-carbon energy in a fusion power experiment called SPARC. Julian Turner gets the lowdown from CEO Robert Mumgaard.

Shooting for the sun: the world’s biggest solar power developers

The solar power market is developing rapidly, and a growing number of major players are operating at a global scale. According to a new report by GTM Research, the top 15 global solar PV developers are responsible for 26.4GW of installed utility-scale solar capacity. What is driving this growth, and who are the top five players in the global solar PV development game?

Hywind Pilot Park, Aberdeenshire

Touted to become the world's biggest floating wind farm, Hywind Pilot Park will be situated at Buchan Deep in the North Sea, approximately between 25km and 30km off the coast of Peterhead in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

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