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Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, August 11,2022

Feature of the Week

No extra gas is released into the environment: Solar-powered vehicles are pushed by electric motors,  Read more
The sun is the source of all life on Earth, and solar energy benefits us differently.  Read more
Even though a nuclear power plant requires a large investment to get up and run, the costs of running one are comparatively cheap.  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Gerhard Wieser, CEO  
Windgiant’s solutions play a key role in empowering the green structures of the future. Its wind turbine towers generate 30kW, 60kW, 120kW, or 200kW, and are capable of addressing the energy needs of both small buildings and large...  Read more
By Caterina Baldo, Project Manager  
LEITWIND manufactures and installs wind turbines in wind farms across the world to provide non-pollutive and sustainable energy to the areas it serves, providing solutions for a greener planet  Read more

CXO Insights

By Dagan Baroco, Head of Global Utilities, Aggreko  
The energy industry is rapidly evolving as industries and economies respond to the transition towards...  Read more
By Arnt Baer, Head Public Affairs, GELSENWASSER AG  
Using hydrogen as fuel for the transformation of a fossil fuelled society to a low or net-zero carbon...  Read more
By Anna Carolina Tortora, Virtual Energy System Programme Director, National Grid ESO  
ESO Innovation has a crucial role to play to ensure businesses and consumers across Great Britain have...  Read more
By Dr. Sebastian Neubert, Lead Strategic Projects in New Energy Business (NEB), Siemens Energy AG  
Our latest electrolyzer product SIL300 (left) as core component for sector coupling solution (right)...  Read more