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Do not stray from virtue
01 December, 2005
Build a strong and sustainable business

Introducing Max-9: an electrostatic/fabric hybrid
01 December, 2005
Combining electrostatic precipitator technology with a fabric filter baghouse delivers very high collection efficiencies.

I conceive another sibling
01 December, 2005
The beetle times actions to avoid blowing itself up

SCR retrofit for large 2-stroke diesels: the Macau experience
01 December, 2005
Reducing the visible plume created by the Coloane A power station, which uses high sulphur HFO, has proved to be a challenging project - as a paper at the recent CEPSI 2004 conference in Shanghai demonstrated.

Cat extends ACERT to its diesel gensets
01 November, 2005

Centrax acquires Turbomeca's R-R genset maintenance business
01 November, 2005

Domestic CHP may become a reality
01 November, 2005
Ceres Power has teamed up with British Gas in a project whose aim is to produce a fuel cell for the home based on its innovative metal supported SOFC.

Going for the over-60s record
01 November, 2005
Siemens’ ‘H’ class GT is being advertised as setting new benchmarks in terms of performance and operating economy. With a construction and development cost of r500 million, it will also be the world's largest and most powerful gas turbine.

Senoko, V94.2 life extension and reflections on the blue ocean
01 November, 2005
As well as gas repowering old oil fired units, Senoko Power has also upgraded two 425 MWe combined cycle plants as it prepares for privatisation.

GE's greenhouse effect
01 November, 2005
Reciprocating engine maker GE Jenbacher, which last year sold its 500th gas engine in The Netherlands, has successfully developed a specialist niche market using CHP systems to generate light, heat and fertilising CO2 for horticultural operations.

Reforming India seeks private power boom
01 November, 2005
A series of reforms aims to encourage huge investment in the Indian power sector to support industrial growth, but even after capacity is built, questions remain over fuel.

Living on alcohol and anti-freeze
01 November, 2005
The rise and rise of Acta, which has followed up a major contract for its platinum-free fuel cell catalysts with a new variant that can electrolyse hydrogen more cheaply, and a plan to expand production at its Lavoria, Italy, plant.

Admission conversion improves part load performance
01 November, 2005
Conversion to partial arc steam admission can increase the part load performance of steam turbine plant. The author compares the effect on performance of the two types of steam admission, giving examples from Spruce and Eggborough, and describes the added benefit of retrofitting the HP cylinders of throttle controlled machines that operate under non base-load conditions with partial arc admission.

Troll A provides a platform for HVDC Light and Motorformer
01 November, 2005
For the first time an HVDC link from shore is providing power to an offshore platform, where it is supplying compressors driven by two 40 MW Motorformer very-high-voltage motors. ABB believes the transmission technology used at Troll A will prove viable for other offshore platforms as well as connecting islands, thus avoiding high emissions from small scale generating plants.

Drax goes for growth
01 October, 2005
Trials of wood co-firing with coal at the 4000 MWe Drax plant in Yorkshire, UK , are providing encouraging results and may help to restore the confidence of the farming community in once again getting involved with short rotation coppiced willow in the wake of the failure of the ARBRE gasification project.

JET, ITER and beyond
01 October, 2005
With Cadarache finally selected as the site for ITER (International Tokamak Experimental Reactor), three leading members of the fusion research community reflect on progress to date and the steps needed to get to a working fusion based power station.

Pity the poor pundits
01 September, 2005
We should not be too unforgiving

Stroke of genius?
01 September, 2005
The principles of a two-stroke liquid piston engine that can convert the energy of standard fuels into power for pumps and stationary engines

Added gas turbines invigorate lignite veteran
15 August, 2005
Exhaust from two gas turbines will be used for feedwater heating at a German lignite fuelled plant, bringing efficiency gains, on top of increased generating capacity and greater ability to meet grid requirements.

Challenges ahead for the US wind industry
01 August, 2005
Chris Gadomski reports from the AWEA conference in Denver where the hot topics were production tax credit and the damage caused by market volatility.

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