Feature story 23 October, 2023
There are around two billion residential air conditioners (RAC) in use around the world today. If they were all equipped with Freeflex™ and designed to meet the highest required level of energy efficiency, there would be up 10% less energy consumption from each unit, causing a butterfly effect of reduced CO2 emissions worldwide.

Freeflex™, for more energy-efficient air conditioners

There are around two billion residential air conditioners (RAC) in use around the world today. If they were all equipped with Freeflex™ and designed to meet the highest required level of energy efficiency, there would be up 10% less energy consumption from each unit, causing a butterfly effect of reduced CO2 emissions worldwide.

Feature story 12 October, 2023
As the world seeks new ways to reduce its CO2 emissions, electricity is looking hotter than ever.

Leading the way in electric industrial heating

As the world seeks new ways to reduce its CO 2 emissions, electricity is looking hotter than ever. Nowhere more so than in transportation and heating solutions, where electricity is expected to account for an increasing share of the global energy mix in the future. And wherever electric heating is a challenge, Kanthal, an Alleima company, is ready to provide the solution.

Feature story 20 July, 2023
With global electricity consumption growing at record rates, hydrogen is not only one of the future leading options for storing energy – it can also be used together with oxygen directly as fuel or to generate electricity.

Hydrogen – potentially a crucial piece in the energy puzzle

Hydrogen stands to play a key part in tackling the world’s energy challenges. With global electricity consumption growing at record rates, hydrogen is not only one of the future leading options for storing energy – it can also be used together with oxygen directly as fuel or to generate electricity.

Feature story 19 June, 2023
Small-scale nuclear reactors are starting to be developed around the world. Designed to introduce more flexibility in the nuclear energy industry, they are set to open up new opportunities.

The next big thing in nuclear

Small-scale nuclear reactors are starting to be developed around the world. Designed to introduce more flexibility in the nuclear energy industry, they are set to open up new opportunities.