In this issue: This special issue focuses on power projects around the world,...
- Future Power Technology – Projects Special Issue
- EDF Energy partners with Nuvve to install 1,500 smart EV chargers
- US energy market to test trading renewables using blockchain
- Riding the renewable wave: tidal energy advantages and disadvantages
- Australia’s energy future in the balance: a deeper look at the NEG
NextEra Energy Transmission to acquire TBC for nearly $1bn
NextEra Energy Transmission has agreed to purchase Trans Bay Cable (TBC) for approximately $1bn, including the assumption of debt.
Electric Inlet Guide Vane Actuators
The Young & Franklin 8650 Series electric inlet guide vane actuators are built to withstand the rigors of large frame turbine operating environments and are an upgrade from hydraulic air inlet controls, providing more reliability and better overall turbine performance.
Sirius Engineers: Specialists in Flue Gas Cleaning
Sirius Engineers Ltd provides engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) for projects in the fields of power plants and process industry.
EDF Energy partners with Nuvve to install 1,500 smart EV chargers
French energy company EDF Energy has announced a partnership with green tech firm Nuvve to install 1,500 vehicle-to-grid (V2G) smart EV chargers for businesses throughout the UK.
US energy market to test trading renewables using blockchain
US-based energy distribution company PJM Interconnection (PJM) is collaborating with the Energy Web Foundation (EWF) to create a digital ledger system using blockchain to track the production, delivery, and sale of renewables in a major US energy market.
Riding the renewable wave: tidal energy advantages and disadvantages
Tidal power is one of the major renewable energy sources, but also one of the most infantile. What are some tidal energy advantages and disadvantages to consider when looking to invest in this relatively green energy source?
Global transmission line market to exceed $78bn by 2025
The global transmission line market grew from $12.3bn in 2008 to $32.1bn in 2014. During 2020–2025, reflecting in part China’s large scale addition of UHT lines, the market size is estimated to soar from $37.6bn in 2020 to $78.1bn in 2025, according to GlobalData , a leading data and analytics company.
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