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Poland’s Energy Diplomacy - The Antithesis to Antagonistic Global Energy Actors2020.08.21 The study additionally address the weaponization of energy trade or aggressive Energy Diplomacy to impose energy economic dominance.
Replacing NATO F-34: Technologies and economic aspects of using secondary carbon sources for Power-to-Fuel production2020.08.17 The article draws attention to carbon CO2 capture technologies from point sources and ambient air as well as highlights cost estimates of various combinations of PtL technologies.
NATO ENSEC COE experts delivered lectures at the Regional Energy Security Symposium - Caucasus2020.08.14 The Regional Energy Security Symposium was a great opportunity to discuss important topics and questions concerning regional energy security, resiliency and to promote cooperation.
Hydrogen as Fuel: Production and Costs2020.08.10 The study introduces current processes and technologies in which electrolysers are used in production of hydrogen and presents the costs for installation and operation of electrolyser plants.
NATO ENSEC COE delegation presented the Centre in the exhibition organised by the Joint Fuel Service of the French...2020.07.13 The NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence highly appreciated the opportunity to exchange knowledge and expertise of innovative energy solutions with the participants of the exhibition.
Director of NATO ENESEC COE participated in ONS 2016 conference in Stavanger Norway2016.09.02 On 29th – 30th of August Director of NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence Colonel Gintaras Bagdonas participated in one of the biggest conference in Norway ONS Summit 2016 – in cooperation with Munich Security.
EU’s offshore renewable energy strategy taking shape2020.09.28 The European Commission is arranging a new strategy on exploitation of offshore energy. The main advantage of this type of energy (especially tidal and wave) is that it can help stabilize the electricity system since it do not suffer the same kind...
'Cheaper and safer than wind or solar': Dutch to consult on new nuclear power plants2020.09.24 Is atomic energy really the best way to produce electricity knowing what damage it has already caused in Chernobyl and Fukushima? The Dutch government is getting ready to introduce a consultation on building new nuclear power plants as a result of...
EU climate plan blows hot and cold on forestry, biomass2020.09.24 Although the positive role of forests in reducing global warming is recognized, the agroforestry and biomass industries growth must be limited since burning wood immediately releases CO2 which took years or even decades to accumulate during the...
New Energy Storage System From Building Blocks, For Coal Power Plants2020.09.23 A team of researchers has come up with a way to keep the lights on at thousands of retired coal power plants across the globe. Those power plants still have great equipment and infrastructure, which makes them suitable locations for a large scale...
Everything You Need To Know About Tesla’s New 4680 Battery Cell2020.09.23 Recently Tesla has announced a new technology that will make their batteries cheaper and more powerful. It was claimed the new batteries will provide five times more energy, six times more power and 16% greater driving range. This new improvement...
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