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  1. Golden hour: the paramedics saving lives on offshore windfarms
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Golden hour: the paramedics saving lives on offshore windfarms

In the first of its kind, SSI Energy has secured two contracts to supply highly trained, life-saving, dual role technicians to work on the Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm and to deploy paramedics during construction of the East Anglia One project in the UK North Sea. What are the risks paramedics face offshore and what it is really like to save lives in the ‘golden hour’?

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.

July’s top news stories

Innogy acquires a 2GW onshore wind pipeline in America, Macquarie Infrastructure to sell a 644MW power generation facility in New Jersey for nearly $900m, and EIB has agreed to provide a €650m loan to energy company Iberdrola for a Portuguese hydroelectrical project. Power-technology.com wraps up the key news stories from July 2018.

Additional Flue Gas Resonators

The noise escaping from exhaust chimneys of naval constructions is characterised by the firing frequency in the 31.5Hz or lower band and can be perceivable and frustrating to open bridges.

EDF updates schedule and costs of Flamanville

French utility EDF has announced the revised schedule of its pressurised water reactor (PWR) Flamanville EPR, following the discovery of quality deficiencies in several of the reactor’s welds.

Controversial nuclear power plants in Europe

While nuclear power plants still play a major role in the continent of Europe, concerns remain about their environmental impact and running costs. From Hungary’s Paks nuclear expansion to the Chernobyl disaster, Power-Technology lists Europe’s seven most controversial nuclear power plants.

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