In 2018, wireless power transmission made headlines when it was used by mobile...
- Setting a watch on wireless power transmission
- Parkwind and Bladt sign agreement for design of Baltic sea sub-station
- Off-grid: how soaring cannabis markets are forcing an energy rethink
- Infinity on high: new issue of Future Power Technology out now
- Scottish county appoints Vattenfall for energy projects worth more than £100m
Setting a watch on wireless power transmission
In 2018, wireless power transmission made headlines when it was used by mobile phone companies to produce wireless chargers. Now, two years later, what are the new developments in wireless power and, most importantly, are we closer to its use on a bigger scale?
Parkwind and Bladt sign agreement for design of Baltic sea sub-station
Parkwind and Bladt have signed an agreement for the design, fabrication and installation of the Arcadis Ost 1 substation, situated in the German Baltic Sea 19km off Ruger’s island.
Ofgem approves SSEN’s 600MW Shetland transmission link proposal
UK gas and electricity markets regulator Ofgem has approved Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks’ (SSEN) 600MW subsea electricity transmission link proposal.
Akita Noshiro Offshore Wind Farm Project
Akita Noshiro offshore wind farm project comprises the Akita and Noshiro offshore wind farms with a combined capacity of 139MW. It is being developed off the coast of Japan.
Off-grid: how soaring cannabis markets are forcing an energy rethink
Growing cannabis is an expensive and energy consuming business, which has already led to large-scale power outages in Canada and the US. One company has taken to producing its own power, but can the industry as a whole address the challenges in the same way? Andrew Tunnicliffe finds out.
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