Between 300-800TWh of clean-energy would need to be fed into electrolysers in Europe by 2050, say transmission system operator bodies. https://t.co/XkyTeAPgEl
The era of the coal is nearing to the end. https://t.co/3g7XYof8e1
Africa has the richest solar resources on the planet but has installed only 5GW of solar PV - less than 1% of global capacity. Clean energy policies could see solar PV become the continent’s largest electricity source in terms of capacity by 2040. → https://t.co/5btnT8FLgV
The warmest January on record is making life difficult for oil and gas traders. https://t.co/D21jw1JZq6
Article "Experimental assessment of the combustion performance of an oven burner operated on pipeline natural gas mixed with hydrogen" in IJHE: "The results indicate that 25% (by volume) hydrogen can be added to natural gas without significant impacts." https://t.co/hfVbGjXYOs
No fun for fossil-fueled electricity in Germany these days: a solid ~40 GW of wind power (light green) produces around 60% of all electricity, pushing gas (orange) and coal (two shades of brown) into a marginal role.