• Top five trends in wave power

    Wave energy has great potential in energy production but it suffers compared to other forms of renewable energy like wind and solar due to costs and the problems of damage...

  • Nuclear fusion: is halfway good enough?

    The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced that its SPARC reactor could begin producing energy from nuclear fusion by 2025, but it is a small reactor and likely to produce...

  • China’s mega transmission lines

    The State Grid Corporation of China has announced it is building a 1.1 million volt transmission line that will be able to deliver the output of 12 large power plants...

  • February’s top news stories

    Siemens has signed an extension of a maintenance service agreement with Shuweihat S2 Operation and Maintenance Company (S2O&M) in UAE, and AltaGas has closed the sale of its remaining indirect...

  • Energy mapping from space: the new frontier

    In the battle to reduce energy poverty, the opportunities that satellite imaging data offers could be key to shining a light on wasteful inefficiencies. Andy Tunnicliffe speaks to E.ON to...

  • January’s top new stories

    MHI and Weir partner to support UK’s Hinkley Point C, and EBRD is supporting solarpower plant construction in Kazakhstan. Power-technology.com wraps up the key news stories from January 2019.

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