In this issue: This special issue focuses on power projects around the world,...
- Future Power Technology – Projects Special Issue
- BP uses Tesla storage batteries on South Dakota wind project
- Global wind turbine market set to reach $47.83bn in 2022
- Clean energy: time for a rethink as yet another auction fails in India
- Learning from nature: the increasing efficiency of organic solar cells
ABB delivers control system for China’s concentrated solar power plant
Swiss technology company ABB has provided its Ability Symphony Plus distributed control system (DCS), an integrated automation solution to control the production of China’s first commercially operated concentrated solar power plant.
ACWA Power and AlGihaz secure financing for Sakaka PV project
ACWA Power and AlGihaz Holding Company have achieved a financial closure for the SAR1.2bn ($319m) utility-scale renewable photovoltaic (PV) energy project, Sakaka PV IPP.
Vestas secures contract for Lakiakangas II wind park in Finland
Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has won a contract from wind farm project developer CPC Germania for the Lakiakangas II wind park in Finland.
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Munters Reference List: Pre-Coolers for Gas Turbines
Munters is a specialist in air intake cooling systems for gas turbines. Munters manufactures pre-coolers for gas turbines and diesel engines, and handles new installations as well as retrofits.
BP uses Tesla storage batteries on South Dakota wind project
UK energy giant BP’s subsidiary BP Wind Energy has announced the deployment of Tesla storage batteries at its 25MW Titan 1 windfarm in South Dakota, US.
Engie signs 25-year PPA for two solar PV projects in Senegal
Global energy and services company Engie has signed a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Senegalese off-taker Senelec for two solar PV projects in Senegal, Africa.
Equinor acquires stake in solar power producer Scatec Solar for $82.4m
Norway-based energy company Equinor has acquired a minority 9.7% stake in solar power producer Scatec Solar for approximately Nkr700m ($82.4m).
Global wind turbine market set to reach $47.83bn in 2022
The global wind turbines market registered a market value of $44.74bn in 2017 and is expected to grow to $47.83bn in 2022. According to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, the growth of the global wind turbines market is largely due to the increased activity within the APAC and EMEA regions.
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