Utilities have slowly moved from passively supplying electricity to consumers to innovating new...
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Osbit to build pile gripper system for Yunlin windfarm
Osbit has secured a contract from Malaysian company Sapura Energy to build an offshore wind turbine pile gripper system for Yunlin offshore wind farm project.
Automated home and power industry: Key utility trends revealed
Utilities have slowly moved from passively supplying electricity to consumers to innovating new business avenues and offering a wide array of energy and other products and services to existing customers.
Prysmian concludes DolWin3 grid connection project in Germany
Cable systems provider for energy and telecom sectors Prysmian Group has completed the commissioning of the high voltage direct current (HVDC) offshore grid connection project DolWin3 located off the German North Sea coast.
Carbon-free 2050: five ways the UK energy industry will have to change
The UK government’s target of reaching net zero emissions by 2050 is ambitious, with reliance on North Sea oil and a ban on onshore wind farms hamstringing the burgeoning UK renewable industry. JP Casey looks at five areas where the UK Government needs to improve over the next three decades to reach this target.
Ørsted breaks ground for Changhua 1&2a onshore substation in Taiwan
Danish renewable energy company Ørsted has started construction of the onshore substation for Greater Changhua 1 and 2a project in Taiwan.
Shell to buy floating offshore wind developer EOLFI
Shell has agreed to buy French floating wind power developer EOLFI for an undisclosed fee through its subsidiary Shell New Energies
Sustainable Energy Solutions for Tomorrow
Doosan Lentjes is part of a powerful combination of companies united under the Doosan group to deliver complementary technologies, skills and value to customers over the world.
Siemens Gamesa selects Infosys to overhaul IT infrastructure
Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has selected Indian IT major Infosys to support its digital transformation initiative.
Automated home and the power industry: Top companies named
The automated home market passed $23bn in 2018, according to GlobalData estimates, and is expected to reach $75bn by 2025, having grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18%.
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