The WEETF held a policy conference on 16 July 2019, with energy professionals...
- Dams be damned: read this and more in the new Future Power
- Seven up: the last operating coal plants in the UK
- Renewable energy overtakes coal in US for first time ever
- Using Ghana’s cocoa husks for power: read this and more in the new issue of Future Power
- Environmental Audit Committee calls for end of fossil fuel funding
Mitsubishi Hitachi to maintain thermal power plants in Uzbekistan
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) covering the operation and maintenance (O&M) of thermal power plants in Uzbekistan.
WEETF conference: infrastructure, decarbonisation and energy security
The WEETF held a policy conference on 16 July 2019, with energy professionals discussing infrastructure, decarbonisation and energy security.
Dams be damned: read this and more in the new Future Power
In this issue: going 100% renewable, the last coal power stations left in the UK, filling the energy skills gap, and more.
ESI to Engineer Three 100,000m³ Coal Silos for EMBA Hunutlu Plant
ESI Eurosilo recently received its biggest ever order with the request for three large coal silos from EMBA Hunutlu thermal power plant.
TIO BV’s Industrial Silencers and Exhaust Accessories
TIO BV provides acoustic engineering, acoustic solutions, industrial silencers and all related products for any application where noisy gases are flowing.
Seven up: the last operating coal plants in the UK
The heartbeat of the UK from the Industrial Revolution to the early 1980s, coal is going through a terminal decline. Coal-fired power stations will officially be assigned to the dustbin of history by 2025 when they are fully decommissioned. Jack Unwin takes a look at the final seven powering the country.
Siemens to provide key components for 840MW power plant in Iraq
Global technology company Siemens has received a contract worth €280m ($313m) to deliver key components and long-term power generation services for the 840MW Maisan combined cycle power plant in Iraq.
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