Blockchain technology – a distributed transaction database that maintains continuous records in the...
Blockchain: a natural partner for 21st century power grids
Blockchain technology – a distributed transaction database that maintains continuous records in the form of time-stamped and modification-resistant blocks – is emerging as a key enabler for the current wave of energy innovation. From underpinning a small community energy scheme in Brooklyn to facilitating a trial of utility-scale energy trading in Austria, how is blockchain supporting the roll-out of advanced energy technologies?
Sirius Engineers: Specialists in Flue Gas Cleaning
Sirius Engineers Ltd provides engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) for projects in the fields of power plants and process industry.
Meeraner Dampfkesselbau Takes Part in Kraftwerkstechnisches Kolloquium
Meeraner Dampfkesselbau has participated in the 49th Kraftwerkstechnisches Kolloquium in Dresden, Germany, which took place from 17-18 October.
Austin Energy: America’s solar storage test bed
Texan public utility Austin Energy is collaborating with a host of industry partners to test and demonstrate distributed solar energy storage technologies under the US Department of Energy’s SHINES initiative. What are the operational challenges and benefits of these systems, and could they become a cornerstone of smarter, better-integrated grids of the future?
Movement of Abnormal Loads
Established over 45 years ago, JB Rawcliffe & Sons Ltd provides a professional service, covering all aspects of transport, including general cargo and the movement of indivisible and abnormal loads, heavy lifting, installations and removals, jacking, skidding, and rigging.
Sri Lanka to receive $200m ADB loan for 100MW windfarm
Sri Lanka’s Ceylon Electricity Board is set to receive a $200m loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to build a new 100MW windfarm on Mannar Island.
MYTILINEOS Selected for Engineering, Procurement and Construction of Libyan Power Facility
General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) has selected MYTILINEOS to complete the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of a new power facility in Tobruk, Libya.
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