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Standardised large-scale hydrogen solutions to enable low carbon grids offered by Mitsubishi Power

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A few weeks ago, a report from Malwarebytes suggested that Working From Home (WFH) causes a surge in security breaches. To better understand the multifaceted challenge, Forrester provides an insightful report on how insiders use the Dark Web to sell corporate data.

This research purports to help better understand the emerging risks and modern threat landscape both in qualitative and qualitative aspects, and to help cybersecurity companies better prioritize and address emerging cyber risks.



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Mitsubishi Power has launched a simplified approach to commercially integrating hydrogen into energy systems either as long or short duration energy storage, or as a means of balancing the grid as higher shares of renewable energy are added.

The offering has been touted as a means to enabling low or zero carbon energy networks, although the company emphasises that the role of green hydrogen in the energy transition will initially often involve a combination of hydrogen electrolysis and storage with natural gas turbines, as well as with renewable energy and other energy storage technologies.

https://www.energy-storage.news/news/standardised-packages-for-hydrogen-as-enabler-of-low-carbon-grids-offered-b