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Hornsea Project One is an offshore windfarm proposed by DONG Energy that will be located off the Yorkshire coast within the Hornsea Zone in the southern North Sea.

Inside London’s very own carbon capture (test) plant

Filling four stories of Imperial College London, UK, is a one-of-a-kind carbon capture plant. Built for students in partnership with ABB, the facility is currently being used to test the firm’s new software solution that will allow pupils to understand how different plant devices work. Heidi Vella caught up with ABB digital lead David Lincoln to find out more.

Highlights Feasibility Study India

To provide NTPC Group in India comprehensive insight in the feasibility of replacing open stockyard storage of coal by enclosed storage, ESI has finished a thorough report to compare both solutions.

Could ammonia be the next key player in energy storage?

Reliable energy storage has fast become the target technology to unlock the vast potential of renewable energy, and while lithium currently hogs the spotlight as a battery material of choice, a new ammonia demonstrator piloted by Siemens is showing strong potential. Scarlett Evans reports.

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