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Electricity, Energy, Technology

The challenges driving microgrids into the mainstream

John Murray, Principal Analyst at Delta Energy & Environment, Microgrids are on the way – and their wide-ranging benefits are becoming more compelling. John Murray, Principal Analyst at Delta Energy & Environment, looks at the […]

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Business, Energy, Europe, London

Access to clean energy dominates EI Awards 2017 winners list 

Solutions addressing two of humanity’s most pressing challenges – climate change and access to energy for vulnerable populations – have dominated the winners list of the Energy Institute (EI) Awards 2017.   Among those recognised […]

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Energy, Europe, Gas, Technology

Black & Veatch: LNG Technology, Infrastructure Requirements Push Collaborative Natural Gas Solutions

Strategic Directions Report highlights global trends driving gas sector opportunities OVERLAND PARK, Kansas (8 November 2017) – Sustained low natural gas prices and evolving global supply dynamics are pushing natural gas industry players to innovate and […]

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Electricity, Energy, Gas

ADBA calls for sector deal support in Budget submission

In advance of the Budget on 22 November, ADBA has sent its top policy asks to Exchequer Secretary Andrew Jones MP. As the government looks ahead to the publication of the Industrial Strategy White Paper, […]

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Energy, Technology, Travel

“Doctor Diesel” delivers more accurate prognosis for shipping

  New software takes better data from engines to drive fuel savings and lower emissions   Diesel engines could benefit from increased fuel efficiency, following the development of a new algorithm by Icon Research and […]

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Energy, Technology

Leclanché receives order for a 15 MWh battery storage project from swb in Germany

YVERDON LES BAINS, Switzerland, 6 November 2017: Leclanché SA (SIX: LECN), one of the world’s leading energy storage solution companies, announced today that it has received an order for a 15 MWh battery storage project from […]

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Energy, Europe, European Union, Gadgets, Innovation, Motoring, Technology

How less heavy vehicles can help cut CO2 emissions

The average mass of passenger cars in the European Union has increased by around 40% over the past four decades. Additional vehicle mass consumes more energy and results in higher CO2 emissions. A reduction in vehicle […]

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Electricity, Energy

Power capacity boost through innovation

Power capacity boost through innovation   UK Power Networks has announced a UK-first trial that will save connections customers millions of pounds, and free up about 95MW of additional capacity for renewable energy to feed […]

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Electricity, Energy

Digital skills in Power Generation

By Les Hines, Associate Director, Asset Management at Jonathan Lee Recruitment Historically, asset management has required a workforce with multi-layered engineering capabilities to deliver physical projects, developed through the study and practice of several traditional […]

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Energy, Energy Trading, Gas

Safer and easier LNG transfer solution from MannTek

A lighter and safer LNG bunkering system – cutting up to 50% off the weight of other systems Fitted to a vessel being chartered by Skangas Engineers were involved at vessel design phase to ensure […]

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