new issue of Future Power Technology

The latest issue of our digital magazine, Future Power Technology, is out now. Read it online here on any device.

In this issue, we tackle pressing issues at the forefront of the renewable energy revolution. We begin with a focus on wind power, exploring innovative solutions to mitigate the environmental challenges of wind turbine blade disposal as well as non-governmental measures developers can enact to navigate the permitting bottleneck, which has been especially detrimental to offshore wind projects.

Battery energy storage takes centre stage as we review the latest advancements propelling us towards a clean energy future, including Harvard’s breakthrough research in solid-state battery technology. Additionally, we analyse Europe’s coal-fired power phaseout progress through an interview with the EY energy lead, shedding light on the global shift towards cleaner energy sources – or lack thereof. 

In a deep dive, we investigate Adani’s continued dominance in the Indian energy market despite controversy, examining the role of the government. Lastly, we assess the pragmatic hurdles that hydrogen must overcome to serve as a key player in decarbonisation efforts.

Sneak peek at this issue of Future Power Technology

Solving wind’s dirty secret: innovating wind turbine blade disposal  

With 800,000 tons of turbine blades disposed of in landfill annually, the wind industry has an environmental problem to solve. Eve Thomas reports. 

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Addressing the permitting bottleneck outside government channels 

The permitting bottleneck has decelerated the momentum of offshore wind. With most solutions revolving around government intervention, Jackie Park explores alternative measures developers can enact themselves to minimise risks. 

Are solid-state batteries finally ready to live up to the hype? 

Harvard researchers have made a solid-state battery that charges in ten minutes and lasts for 30 years, but the much-hyped technology remains a long-horizon solution for the energy transition. Oliver Gordon investigates. 

Europe largely on track for coal-fired power phaseout: EY energy lead 

The disruption to Europe’s coal phaseout caused by the war in Ukraine will be insignificant in the grand scheme of the energy transition, as Ernst & Young’s (EY) global energy lead Andy Brogan tells Alfie Shaw. 



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