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21 August 2017
Industry News

GE to supply 123 turbines for Coopers Gap windfarm in Australia
GE has entered an agreement with Powering Australian Renewables Fund (PARF) to deliver and install 123 wind turbines for the 453MW Coopers Gap windfarm, which will be located at Cooranga North, near Brisbane, Australia.

SDG&E prepared to face solar eclipse
US-based utility San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) has revealed that it has enough energy to power San Diego during the solar eclipse, which is set to occur on 21 August.

Macquarie-led consortium acquires UK Green Investment Bank for £2.3bn
A consortium of companies led by Australia’s Macquarie Group has completed an acquisition of UK Green Investment Bank from the UK Government for £2.3bn.

M&As this week: China Cinda Asset Management, Adani Transmission, Sovlink
Adani Transmission has completed an acquisition of Hadoti Power Transmission Service from state-owned electric utility company Rajasthan Rajya Prasaran Nigam.

Press Releases

L3 MAPPS and ABB to Provide Simulator Update for Fermi 2 Nuclear Power Plant
L3 MAPPS will supply upgrades for a simulator it provided in 2006 for DTE Energy's Fermi 2 nuclear-powered plant in Newport, Michigan, US. The contract is with Swiss industrial technology company ABB.

Bronto Skylift to Exhibit World's Tallest Insulated Truck-Mounted Aerial Platform at ICUEE 2017
Bronto Skylift will be exhibiting its insulated truck-mounted aerial platform at the International Construction and Utility Expo (ICUEE) 2017, between 3-5 October, in Louisville, Kentucky, US.

Stäubli to Present Textile Machinery Solutions at CAMX 2017
Between 12-14 September, Stäubli will be exhibiting at the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo (CAMX), which was created by ACMA and SAMPE to connect and advance all aspects of the world's composites and advanced materials communities.

Quartzelec to Provide Energy Services to Indonesia
UK-based Quartzelec will soon provide its services to Indonesia, having recently made expansions in Malaysia and The Phillippines.

Young & Franklin Feature in Power Engineering International's Volume 25, Issue 2
Young & Franklin has been featured alongside other manufacturers in Power Engineering International's Volume 25, Issue 2, where the company discusses its valves and actuators.

White Papers

Reducing the Impact of Noise in Cogeneration
Early detection and preventative measures can mitigate the health and environmental impacts of noise in Combined Heat and Power (CHP) applications, writes Robert Lomax, sales director of...

Solar Blind UVc Imaging System
The CoroCAM 7® is a professional grade solar blind, easy to operate UVc imaging system used to visualise and locate electrical discharges (corona and arcing) from HV...

Gas Turbine Evaporative Cooling
As the global demand for energy rises, the role that gas turbines play in energy production will be more and more...

Status of Offshore Wind Energy Development In Germany
In the first half of 2017, 108 offshore wind turbines (OWT) with an installed capacity of 626MW fed into the grid for the first time. The majority of the newly feeding OWT were installed in...

Powerful Preservation with Munters
British Energy Group is the UK's largest generator of electricity. They own and run eight nuclear power stations in the UK with a combined capacity of almost 10,000MW....

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