FORESIGHT Climate & Energy




 Special issue focus in December: Electrification 

(Below: The Finance special issue, May 2020. 68 pages of expert articles)

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David Weston, Editor, FORESIGHT Climate & Energy

Special issue content: Electrification

The world’s decarbonisation efforts require significant levels of electrification. The use of electricity from zero-carbon sources within buildings, industry and transport
will prove pivotal in reaching the zero-carbon future.

How can the world operate without burning fossil fuels?

It will need a much more resilient grid system, a rethink of domestic heating and new ways to power our cars and public transport.

FORESIGHT Climate & Energy delves into what electrification means for homes, factories, mobility and the economy; and looks at where electrification is already
helping bring down emissions

The four big steps

Stories will be told about specific activities that illustrate how to go about green electrification in four main steps. Our stories will tell the tales of working examples from around the world that illustrate how to electrify energy use and the cost of doing so.

Step one: 
Hugely ramp up the provision of renewable energy and rapidly build-out a fit-for-purpose electricity grid that can enable the development of ever-more flexible power systems.

Step two:
Electrify space heating in buildings (public, business and private), partly by making cooling of buildings far more energy efficient, freeing up electricity for heating and other purposes.

Step three: 
Speed up the electrification of transport, including regulating a market for hydrogen fuel cells, with the hydrogen separated from water using electrolysis powered by renewables generation dedicated for that purpose.

Step four:
Electrify industrial processes reliant on combustion of fossil fuel today, the hardest nut of all to crack.

Publishing dates

Print issue: 1 December 2020.
Online on and on app: December 2020 and January 2021   

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"FORESIGHT Climate and Energy is joining the dots and putting together the pieces of the puzzle to show what is really at stake and what can be done."

Christopher Springham,
(former) VP Global Communication & Sustainability, LM Wind Power 

FORESIGHT Climate & Energy readers

Event partnership

FORESIGHT Climate & Energy is the exclusive media partner for the Electrification track of the Power4Climate Insights Stage at WindEnergy Hamburg 2020. The special issue on electrification will be launched at the event on December 1, 2020.

To succeed in the global energy transition we need objective, independent and in-depth journalism on solutions and barriers in policy, business models and clean technology. FORESIGHT Climate & Energy is one of the leaders in  this field of journalism and we are proud to have them as one of our partners 

for the #climatefirst conference at WindEnergy Hamburg.

Together, WindEurope and FORESIGHT Climate & Energy will shape a forum where international experts from different sectors and industries come together to explore the topic of electrification, which is one of the key issues to be tackled, if we want to succeed with the energy transition.

Malgosia Bartosik,
Deputy CEO, Wind Europe

What former event partners say

“FORESIGHT is, for my money, the best energy publication going in Europe right now. I find myself reading it in my spare time. It’s nice to see that there is still such a thing as serious journalism.”

Paul Voss

Managing Director, Euroheat & Power