Spanish renewable energy firm Acciona Energía, a subsidiary of Acciona, has commenced a...
- Acciona Energía to use blockchain for global renewable projects
- Daimler buys €20bn of battery cells for Mercedes-Benz EVs
- Shapoorji Pallonji wins India’s first large-scale floating solar project
- Leask Marine to build submersible drilling rig for offshore renewables
- Inside Enel’s new renewable energy control room
Acciona Energía to use blockchain for global renewable projects
Spanish renewable energy firm Acciona Energía, a subsidiary of Acciona, has commenced a project to integrate blockchain technology into its global renewable generation projects.
Hitachi agrees to acquire ABB’s power grids business
Japanese multinational conglomerate Hitachi has signed an agreement to acquire ABB’s power grids business.
Siemens acquires stake in high-voltage disconnect switches provider
Global technology company Siemens has agreed to acquire a 25% non-controlling stake in high-voltage disconnect switches producer Coelme Group, an Italian-based subsidiary of Southern States.
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.
Daimler buys €20bn of battery cells for Mercedes-Benz EVs
German automotive company Daimler has announced it will buy more than €20bn worth of battery cells for Mercedes-Benz cars, in order to begin commercialisation of electric vehicles (EVs).
Shapoorji Pallonji wins India’s first large-scale floating solar project
The Shapoorji Pallonji Group, a diversified company which is emerging as an upcoming solar PV developer in the Indian market, has won a contract to develop India’s first large-scale floating solar PV plant auctioned through Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).
Saudi Arabia begins work on SPARK global energy hub project
Saudi Arabia has broken ground on the 50km2 global energy hub project called the King Salman Energy Park (SPARK).
Leask Marine to build submersible drilling rig for offshore renewables
Orkney Islands-based engineering company Leask Marine has begun its research and development into a new £1.5m submersible drilling rig, said to be the largest of its kind, to support offshore renewable projects
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