ENSEC COE NEWS
ENSEC COE NEWS
NATO ENSEC COE subject matter expert delivered a presentation at the NATO Roundtable on Energy Security2020.12.17 The main topics discussed were the specifics of energy security challenges to NATO’s East and NATO’s South.
NATO ENSEC COE started the preparation for its flagship exercise Coherent Resilience 2021-Baltic2020.12.17 The IPC attracted over 70 representatives from the electricity transmission operators and governmental representatives from Baltic region and representatives from international, NATO, and EU organizations.
NATO ENSEC COE representatives delivered their findings in the Wind Energy Seminar via VTC2020.12.15 Different case studies about the wind farms development and the military radars co-existence were presented.
Is small really beautiful? The future role of small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) in the military2020.12.02 This study draws attention to the future role of Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) in the military activities.
NATO ENSEC COE is pround to present its new compilation of studies - Energy Highlights No. 142020.11.26 During the recent years the NATO ENSEC COE focused and adapted to ever changing energy environment and has far outgrown its expertise.
High ranking delegation from the Embassy of Estonia in Vilnius visited the NATO ENSEC COE2020.10.28 Both parties discussed regional Energy Security issues and the importance of exercises in the field of synchronisation.
Work begins on German-Australian ‘hydrogen bridge’2020.12.02 Germany and Australia launched a joint study on green hydrogen production and trade few months ago. Recently, the scientists have begun to work on the “hydrogen bridge” project. The aim of this research is to investigate how a value chain of green...
While coal premiums soar, insurance groups still supports oil and gas2020.12.02 Insurance companies have started their withdrawal from coal this year, making it costlier to secure insurance for new projects. While insurers’ shift away from fossil fuels is positive, it is needed to be accelerated to fight climate change. At...
Will A Solar-Powered Mass Market Car Ever Be Possible?2020.11.30 Although the first model of solar-powered car was invented 65 years ago, nobody in the industry has managed to turn that prototype into a full-size sun powered commercial vehicle. The technology remains inefficient, the weather barrier still...
Italian and German trains hitch up to hydrogen bandwagon2020.11.30 Italian rail operators are following Germany and turning to hydrogen power in attempt to make train networks more environmentally friendly. Italian operator Ferrovie Nord Milano announced that it has ordered six hydrogen-fuelled trains from French...
Ammonia – a fuel of the future?2020.11.27 Ammonia can play a major role in decarbonising Europe’s heavy industry and transport. Ammonia burns CO2-free and is a widely produced chemical. As a fuel, it can enable a circular economy in which it can be stored, shipped, used and converted back...
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