Japan puzzles over hydrogen strategy
Japan created the world’s first hydrogen energy strategy in 2017. Following heavy criticism, the government revised it earlier this year. However, John Boyd reports that the new plan is also being challenged due to its focus on blue, and even grey, hydrogen production.
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LanzaTech CEO receives Honorary Fellowship of the Energy Institute
Dr Jennifer Holmgren, Chief Executive Officer of LanzaTech, has been made an Honorary Fellow of the Energy Institute, the UK-based professional body spanning the world of energy, in recognition of her leadership in the fields of aviation biofuels and clean energy technologies.
A brighter, gender diverse future for the Middle East’s energy sector
Several factors are leading Jinan El Hajjar, Community & Sustainability Coordinator at CAFU, a mobile energy provider and tech company in Dubai, to see positive developments for women working in the Middle East’s booming energy industry.
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Energy sector LGBTQI+ survey calls for real inclusivity over ‘pinkwashing’
The third annual survey held by industry-wide network Pride in Energy, supported by the EI, shows steady but slow progress for LGBTQI+ people working in energy in the UK. However, it also reflects a clear call from staff for their employers to more vocally and tangibly support the community.
Industry veteran appointed Energy Institute Vice President
Ørsted Board member, former Chief Executive of Galp and Shell Executive Committee member, Andy Brown OBE FEI, has today been appointed Vice President and Honorary Secretary of the Energy Institute.
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