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US DoE powers next-gen space exploration with new strategy

The strategy comprises measures the DoE plans to implement to further its role in powering the next generation of space exploration.

Early investment vital to transition the North Sea to net-zero

The UK offshore sector will miss the chance to be a leader in clean energy if it does not invest now in tech to create a net-zero North Sea.
energy storage

Energy storage adoption in Africa

Battery prices are falling steadily, but at what point does battery energy storage become truly financially viable?
cybersecurity critical infrastructure

DoE unveils new initiative to improve cybersecurity for critical infrastructure

The US DoE has launched a new programme to protect the country’s critical infrastructure through knowledge sharing in cybersecurity.
coal first initiative

US DoE supports R&D of net-zero with Coal FIRST Initiative

The US DoE is supporting the development of 21st-century electricity and hydrogen energy plants that have net-zero carbon. emissions.

The US to fulfill energy interest in the Arctic with office...

The US DoE and the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee have announced the reestablishment of the Arctic Energy Office.

Ed’s note: The modern energy system and the circular economy

Do you have any thoughts on the role of the circular economy and energy? What does it mean for the use of batteries for storage and EVs?
carbon capture

DoE commits $13.5 million to carbon capture research

The US DoE has announced $13.5 million in funding for research and development of carbon capture technologies.
US storage

US’ NRECA and DOE to trial storage tech with 4 rural...

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) has launched four rural battery storage projects in partnership with five electric cooperatives and the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Electricity.

Ed’s note: What determines a utility’s ability to adapt to disruption?

What determines how well a utility adapts to the introduction of disruptive technology? And does the introduction of that technology always confer a competitive advantage on the utility? Editor Claire Volkwyn looks into the research in her latest ed's note.
British Gas energy efficiency

DoE prepares future energy workforce with three new programmes

The US Department of Energy (DoE) has launched three new challenges for building energy efficiency, through its online competition.

Ed’s note: The long Sunday, consumers and technology

What impact has a move to remote working had on domestic energy bills? How does this impact utility business and what does this mean for digitalisation and the adoption of technology? Editor Claire Volkwyn is contemplating these questions in her latest ed's note.

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