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Are Virtual Power Plants the Next Generation in Electrical Utilities?

Germany’s energy giants are lumbering behind the rapid advance of renewable energy. They might stay afloat for a while, but they don’t seem flexible enough to achieve a turnaround, says DW’s Henrik Böhme.

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Role of Combined Heat Power

Environmental organizations repeatedly attempt to deride the efficiency of existing power plants and promote the use of combined heat and power (CHP).

Some radical environmental organizations, such as Greenpeace, claim that CHP has en efficiency of over 90%. 1,020 more words



The 11TH International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Conference, Partnering and Exhibition will be held in Birmingham (UK) on next 17 March. The event will focus on the generation of positive synergies that will help with the promotion of low carbon solutions. 50 more words


The Viability of Hydrogen Powered Cars

A November 2014 opinion article published in the New York Times and written by The Editorial Board focuses on Hydrogen powered production cars, such as the Toyota Mirai pictured above. 273 more words

India's off-grid, rural mobile towers are creating new businesses—and lighting up homes

Henri Winand runs a fuel-cell company. Fuel cells run on hydrogen to produce energy. So why has Intelligent Energy, Winand’s firm, just agreed a deal… 394 more words

Fuel Cell Company CEO To Staff “Have We Tried Lasers Yet?”

Engineers and technicians at a local fuel cell research company did not know what to make of comments made by their CEO this morning after his tour of the shop floor. 110 more words


Suffocating, solving the wrong problem


I was in Mumbai at the back end of last year. At least I thought I was. As I looked out of my isolated-from-reality-and-sound proofed hotel room I realised I couldn’t hear the city. 981 more words

Nick Keppel-palmer