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Renewables: using auctions in a bid to drive down costs
13 June, 2017
In an effort to drive down the costs of green energy and reduce the...
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The Energiewende: ten questions and answers 13 June, 2017 The Energiewende in a nutshell: 10 Q&A on the German energy transition provides a handy snapshot of where the Germans have got to in their pioneering efforts to dispense with both...

Final agreement on LCP BREF 13 June, 2017 Following a vote on 28 April new emissions levels deemed achievable by best available technology, which will come to underpin power plant permitting within the EU, were agreed at...

China: A role model for Asia? 13 June, 2017 A once popular adage was ‘the West innovates and the East follows’. This leader/laggard relationship has broadly held true across a number of business sectors over the past decades...

IFA2 link first contract awarded 13 June, 2017 IFA2 (Interconnexion France-Angleterre 2) is a proposed high voltage direct current (HVDC) electrical interconnector linking the British and French transmission systems and capable...

Irsching 4 and 5 declare mothballing plans – again 13 June, 2017 The owners of the Irsching 5 combined cycle plant (Uniper, N-ERGIE, Mainova and ENTEGA) have declared their intention to the Federal Network Agency and the network operator TenneT...

Wind power for grid support? 13 June, 2017 E.ON says it will be one of the first companies able to use wind power to help stabilise the German grid, thanks to the integration of a wind farm (in Vorpommern-Greifswald) into...

Datteln 4 permitting: mercury rising? 13 June, 2017 There have been delays and technical problems, not least with new alloy T24, but the construction of a 10 GW (or thereabouts) tranche of supercritical hard- coal and lignite fuelled...

Renewables: staying on course 13 June, 2017 The share of electricity generated from the sun, wind and other renewables accounted for 32% of gross electricity consumption in Germany in the first quarter of 2017, according to...

Greenhouse CHP, a growth industry for Rolls-Royce 13 June, 2017 Rolls-Royce reports that its medium speed reciprocating engines are now providing heat and power for 30 greenhouses in Holland, Belgium, Russia and the UK. The engines are deployed...

NovaLT12 to power paper mill 13 June, 2017 GE Oil & Gas has signed an agreement for the provision of two of its new NovaLT12 gas turbines for cogeneration units at two paper mills in Tuscany, Italy, owned by Lucart Group. The...

New gas turbine based cogen facility for Berlin 13 June, 2017 Siemens has received an order to build a new 260 MWe/230 MWt natural gas fired multi-shaft combined cycle cogeneration plant in the Marzahn district of Berlin. The company will act...

6F.01 first fire in Guilin CHP plant 13 June, 2017 GE and Huaneng Guilin Gas Distributed Energy Co Ltd have jointly announced that the first fire of GE’s 6F.01 gas turbine has been successfully completed, marking the first application...


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