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Digital collaboration at Wiesbaden
18 May, 2022
ARIKON and Doosan Lentjes believe they are “breaking new ground together...
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Firsts for HVDC Light 17 May, 2022 Two first-of-a-kind projects, one in the UAE and one in the Baltic, illustrate the benefits of advanced voltage source converter based HVDC technology.

Bringing supply security to remote regions 13 May, 2022 Recent projects implemented by DHYBRID demonstrate the benefits of microgrids in remote regions of Colombia and Zimbabwe, reducing reliance on diesel, thanks to deployment
of PV...

Drax takes next steps towards negative emissions 12 May, 2022 Drax is planning capital investments of around £40 million at its North Yorkshire power station in the UK during 2022 in what it describes as the “first phase” of its bioenergy...

South Korea pivots to gas 04 May, 2022 And embraces H class technologies.

How to repower 2 TWe of coal by 2050 03 May, 2022 Repowering of the existing global coal plant fleet with small modular reactors (SMRs) represents an immense carbon abatement opportunity suggests non-profit TerraPraxis. The key to...

Australia’s next big battery 13 April, 2022 ENGIE, Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG), and Fluence are partnering to deliver a 150 MW/150 MWh battery installation, to be constructed at the site of ENGIE’s former...

The tipping point: are we there yet? 13 April, 2022 Research from consulting company Delta-EE suggests that 2022 “could be the year where policy support creates a viable business case for green hydrogen”, while piston engine and...

RWE sees opportunities for offshore wind 07 April, 2022 When it comes to identifying potential for offshore wind, RWE is looking well beyond Europe, with a number of new initiatives in Asia, for example

Coal remains king in China 07 April, 2022 “China’s influence on coal markets is difficult to overstate”, says the International Energy Agency’s Coal 2021 report, published in mid December

Striving for recovery, but huge challenges remain 01 April, 2022 A glance at the subject matter of recent press releases issued by Eskom in South Africa (see below) gives a flavour of the challenges that the state owned power utility is facing as...

Russia’s wake-up call 01 March, 2022 In the days leading up to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine energy markets rallied amid concerns of supply disruption further exacerbating an energy crisis that was spawned by robust...

The carbon-neutral future is electric 04 February, 2022 Global electrification will be more than 50% of total energy demand – up from 20% today. And certain regions of the world will go far beyond this level of electrification?

Hitachi Energy’s roadmap for eliminating SF6 31 January, 2022 Hitachi Energy sees elimination of sulphur hexafluoride from its HV equipment offerings, and extending its EconiQ™ portfolio to ever higher voltages and more demanding applications,...

Replacing diesels with fuel cells 24 January, 2022 “Goodbye diesels”, says fuel cell developer SFC Energy, which is partnering with Norwegian hydrogen specialist Nel to develop integrated electrolyser/fuel cell systems

After Kincardine, Principle Power looks to Brittany 19 January, 2022 Building on successful commissioning of the 50 MW Kincardine floating offshore wind farm in Scotland, Principle Power – developer of the WindFloat® semi-submersible platform – is...

TWEST™ – repurposing coal fired plants as thermal energy storage facilities 12 January, 2022 The phase out of hundreds of GW of coal plants globally is creating an immediate challenge: what should be done with these valuable assets? E2S Power’s innovative idea is to replace...

Advanced control delivers benefits to Berbera 08 November, 2021 The city wide microgrid supplying the city of Berbera in Somaliland, home to the largest port in the area, is being successfully monitored and controlled using DHYBRID technology

Ammonia co-firing to be demonstrated at Hekinan 08 November, 2021 JERA and IHI have embarked on a joint project aimed at demonstrating ammonia co-firing at a large-scale commercial coal fired power plant in Japan

Yakutia SMR plan progresses 03 November, 2021 Meeting the energy needs of remote mining communities is a key driver behind the development of small modular reactors (SMRs). One project that seems to be gathering pace is a plan...


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