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CERAweek


High-Volume Hydrogen Gas Turbines Take Shape

In preparation for a large-scale power sector shift toward decarbonization, several major power equipment manufacturers are developing gas turbines that can operate on a high-hydrogen-volume fuel. According to several experts,…


Industrial Cybersecurity Is the Next Risk Frontier

The energy industry must work together to restore trust in the digital age.   When Hurricane Harvey hit, Houston knew what to do. Emergency response plans went immediately into effect…


New EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Sets Out to Restrain Agency

The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) administrative priorities will be reined in to focus on process, rule of law, and cooperation with states, the agency's new head Scott Pruitt told attendees at…


Six Years After Fukushima, Only Three Reactors Operating in Japan, More Poised to Restart

Six years after the Fukushima disaster prompted an electricity crisis in Japan and sent tremors throughout the world's nuclear power sector, Japan is determined to continue its reliance on nuclear…


Coal Industry Cautious About Future Growth, Trump Rhetoric

While investor interest in U.S. coal production is seeing a revival, President Donald Trump can do little to directly help the flailing industry, coal producers and investors said at CERAweek…