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2021 – Issue 4

Smart Energy International issue 4 2021

Smart Energy International Issue 4 2021

Read about Fit for 55, Green recovery, COP26, Enlit Europe in Milan and more in Smart Energy International issue 4 2021.

Proactive measures to cyber-secure utilities

Theresa Lanowitz explains why energy companies and security professionals ‘need to be singing from the same hymn sheet’.

Digging deep to fuel Europe’s energy transition

IRENA’s Dolf Gielen explores the role of critical rare earth materials in Europe’s green recovery and the supply and demand challenges the continent might be facing.
Fit for 55 the stars of the green recovery

Fit for 55: The stars of the green recovery

The European Union wants to cut emissions by at least 55% by 2030 and has unveiled its Fit For 55 measures to do this. Here we highlight 55 people who we believe will in...
Chris Peeters, CEO of Elia Group, explains the future role of TSOs

Elia Group: Embracing the future role of TSOs

Elia Group CEO Chris Peeters shares his insights about Fit for 55, digitalisation of the sector and his vision for Elia and TSOs at large.
climate capital

Why investors should care about natural capital

We are at a critical moment in the climate crisis and choices made by the finance and investment community today will have long-lasting economic and ecological ramifications, writes Sarah Casey.

COP26 – The next step in the climate debate

The Physical Science Basis for climate change, which was released in August 2021 as a key element of the forthcoming sixth global assessment from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), is setting the tone for discussions and commitments from across the international community towards a future net zero world, writes Jonathan Spencer Jones.

Green light for green finance

Peter Gönitzer of nobilegroup takes a look at the financial side of the European Green Deal.

Smart metering demands advanced lithium batteries

Leading AMR/AMI meter manufacturers specify bobbin-type lithium thionyl chloride (LiSOCl2) cells to power ultrasonic MTUs.

The new nexus of interoperability

The energy market is becoming more diverse with the emergence of new players, the changing dynamics of business operations and an ever-increasing level of complexity.

Helsinki: The most functional city in the world?

How Helsinki is expanding using digitalisation to foster functionality for its residents. By David Huie.

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