Natural gas will remain the backbone of our energy supply for a long time to come, Martien Visser contends. Global gas consumption has increased annually over the past decade.
The Fraunhofer Institute IKTS has developed a membrane that is capable of separating hydrogen and natural gas through the gas grid after transport.
In this weekly column, we follow up on our best-read stories. This week it was about the thermoacoustic heat pump. Could this kind of innovation accelerate the energy transition?
A test setup at TU Delft has shown that solar panels in combination with a low-temperature heat network linked to a heat/cold storage facility can provide a household with enough energy.
The climate is changing and we are all going to notice the consequences, all over the world. There are plenty of plans to prepare for […]
Rense van Dijk worked in the energy sector for many years yet always felt uneasy about the amount of CO2 that is emitted. That’s one […]
“Gas is sexy!” With these rather remarkable words, the German Minister of Economic Affairs Peter Altmaier opened a meeting in Berlin last week intended to […]
The Metropoolregio Eindhoven (MRE) calls on the colleges of mayor and aldermen that will emerge after the elections of 21 March to make natural gas-free […]