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Inside London’s very own carbon capture (test) plant
Filling four stories of Imperial College London, UK, is a one-of-a-kind carbon capture plant. Built for students in partnership with ABB, the facility is currently being used to test the firm’s new software solution that will allow pupils to understand how different plant devices work. Heidi Vella caught up with ABB digital lead David Lincoln to find out more.
Quartzelec to Renovate 60 Low-Voltage Motors for Egyptian Gas Refinery
Quartzelec recently signed a contract to renovate an initial 60 'Ex' certified low-voltage (LV) motors for a gas refinery in Egypt.
Brazil greenhouse gas emissions below 2020 targets
Brazil’s Environment Ministry has announced that the country’s greenhouse gas emissions resulting from deforestation have been cut to below levels set in its 2020 climate targets.
Elektrana-Toplana Zagreb Power Plant Modernisation, Zagreb
The Elektrana-Toplana Zagreb power plant (EL-TO Zagreb power plant) located in Trešnjevka, Zagreb, Croatia, is being modernised by replacing unit A of the plant with a new combined-cycle co-generation unit.
Highlights Feasibility Study India
To provide NTPC Group in India comprehensive insight in the feasibility of replacing open stockyard storage of coal by enclosed storage, ESI has finished a thorough report to compare both solutions.
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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 Wakefield Acoustics.
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