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Batteries are included, real and virtual
23 September, 2022
Neoen has signed an innovative 7-year virtual battery agreement with...
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20% hydrogen milestone for M501G in Georgia, USA 21 September, 2022 Mitsubishi Power and Georgia Power, alongside the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), have successfully validated fuel blending of hydrogen and natural gas at both partial and...

Offshore projects proliferate 14 September, 2022 The potential for offshore wind in Australia is colossal, estimated to be about 1.6 TW for fixed and 3.4 TW for floating, with a burgeoning pipeline of proposals – although nothing...

Hydrogen combustion retrofits for the existing gas turbine fleet 08 September, 2022 With their acquisition by Hanwha from Ansaldo Energia in July 2021, Thomassen Energy/PSM are now increasingly well placed to play a significant role in the developing hydrogen...

High hopes for hydrogen 06 September, 2022 As elsewhere hydrogen hubs are expected to play a key role in Australia’s energy future.

Breaker breakthrough 31 August, 2022 On 29 August, Hitachi Energy unveiled, in conjunction with CIGRE Session 2022, what it describes as “the world’s first fully tested SF6-free 420 kV circuit-breaker.” A...

MAN Energy Solutions adds 445 MW to Bangladeshi installed capacity 31 August, 2022 MAN Energy Solutions is providing piston engines for a new power plant in Sreepur, Bangladesh, and has also successfully commissioned three other power plants in the cities of...

UK Power Networks maps a path to SF6-free switchgear 24 August, 2022 When UK Power Networks upgraded a substation in Kent, UK, it took the opportunity to specify primary switchgear that would enable it to evaluate how it can reduce reliance on SF6....

Powering the Red Sea gigaproject 19 August, 2022 MAN Energy Solutions is to supply 25 biofuel-optimised gensets with a total generating capacity of 112 MW to the Red Sea Project, planned for Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea coast north of...

How to empower India’s wind operators 17 August, 2022 The Indian wind industry’s independent power producers (IPPs) need to seize digitalisation to empower their decision making with independent, reliable, and strategically-led...

Repurposing fossil power plant sites for energy storage 11 August, 2022 Five Illinois coal plants that are currently closed or in the process of ceasing coal operations
are planned to begin operating as energy storage facilities in 2025, supported by...

World firsts at Kaskasi 10 August, 2022 Among innovations at RWE’s Kaskasi offshore wind farm in the German North Sea is the installation of collars designed to improve the structural integrity of monopile foundations.

Denmark’s North Sea Energy Island: expanding team aims to move the project forward 04 August, 2022 GlobalConnect and Arup have now joined the North Sea Energy Island development team, alongside Ørsted + ATP.

Embracing advanced technology in Asia 03 August, 2022 H and J class combined cycle project updates from Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and China.

ZSW shifts focus to PV tandems 27 July, 2022 ZSW (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie-und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg) says it is going to fast track ‘tandem’ solar technologies – which combine cells of different materials –...

Floating turbines 22 July, 2022 Preparing for take-off in Europe?

Fluence projects stack up worldwide 19 July, 2022 Recent Fluence projects include battery systems for Broken Hill in Australia (with advanced grid forming capabilities), for a substation in Taiwan and a community wind farm in Ireland.

Expanding applications in geothermal power and LNG regasification 15 July, 2022 An EXERGY perspective

Saft batteries will help coal phase-out in the far north 13 July, 2022 Saft, a subsidiary of TotalEnergies, has won a turnkey contract to provide an energy storage system for one of the world’s most northerly permanent settlements, Longyearbyen in...

Renewables + flexible gas: a winning strategy for Africa that can save billions 07 July, 2022 With the help of gas fuelled piston engines, to address intermittency issues, Africa can adopt renewable energy on a massive scale and save itself billions along the way. By Kenneth Engblom


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