• A new source of clean energy? Urine luck!

    Robial, a new spinout company from the University of West England, is planning to commercialise a technology that converts urine and wastewater into electricity, powering lighting, mobile phones and other...

  • Does the UK really need fracked gas?

    Proponents of fracking in the UK argue the controversial gas extraction method can boost the UK’s energy security and reduce its reliance on imports. Critics, however, claim fracking is unnecessary,...

  • November’s top new stories

    Johnson Controls International signed an $13.2bn agreement to sell its power solutions business to Brookfield Business Partners, and France to increase its renewables budget to €71bn from 2019-28. Power-technology.com wraps...

  • October’s top news stories

    Saudi Arabia halts plans for a $200bn solar project, and Alstom completes transfer of all interests in three JVs to GE for €2.594bn. Power-technology.com wraps up the key news stories...

  • Future Power Technology – Issue 102

    In this issue: Recasting the EU Renewable Energy Directive, promising renewable projects in Africa, the world’s biggest solar power plants, risks faced by paramedics on offshore windfarms, and more

  • August’s top news stories

    Moray East has signed an agreement with MHI Vestas Offshore Wind to deliver wind turbine generators, Capital Dynamics closed its latest Clean Energy and Infrastructure VII JV fund, and Simec...

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