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Biogas solutions unit to speed up adoption of clean fuels

Biogas solutions unit to speed up adoption of clean fuels
The technology group Wärtsilä has further strengthened its commitment to environmental sustainability with the formation of Wärtsilä Biogas Solutions. Wärtsilä Puregas Solutions, specialists in biogas upgrading technology, is now merged with Wärtsilä’s biogas liquefaction team, a unit with expert capabilities in liquefying upgraded biogas for end-customer use. 
24th July 2019

Aberdeen Uni students take title with RS support

Aberdeen Uni students take title with RS support
A student team from Aberdeen University was supported by RS Components as it achieved Best Newcomer in the hydrogen prototype category of the Shell Eco-marathon programme this month, for an ultra-energy-efficient car.
19th July 2019

Renewable electricity signals changing power market

Renewable electricity signals changing power market
E.ON’s move to supply its residential customers with 100% renewable electricity can potentially influence the Big Six to move towards renewable energy and signals a changing trend in the UK power market, according to GlobalData. 
19th July 2019


Solar and wind segments to lead renewable power growth

Solar and wind segments to lead renewable power growth
The overall renewable power capacity, excluding hydropower, in Sweden is projected to more than double from 14.8 gigawatt (GW) in 2019 to 30.4 GW in 2030, according to GlobalData’s latest report: ‘Sweden Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019 - Market Trends, Regulations, and Competitive Landscape’.
16th July 2019

Roundtable uncovers unified goals for energy sector

Roundtable uncovers unified goals for energy sector
Abloy UK recently hosted a roundtable event, gathering together influential figures from the energy sector to discuss the security challenges faced by the industry in protecting critical physical assets. From speaking with key stakeholders, a number of common concerns were raised, as well as shared requirements for any potential future access control upgrades.
11th July 2019

Meeting Cambodia's rapidly growing electricity demand

Meeting Cambodia's rapidly growing electricity demand
The technology group, Wärtsilä will supply a 200MW flexible baseload power plant to Cambodia that will help meet the country’s rapidly growing energy demand. Because of the urgent need to increase electricity supply, Wärtsilä is delivering the plant on a fast track basis. The order with Wärtsilä was placed in June 2019 by CGGC-UN Power Co, the Chinese state-owned main EPC contractor for the power plant project.
4th July 2019

London City Airport check in with smart and sustainable microgrid

London City Airport check in with smart and sustainable microgrid
UK Power Networks Services and London City Airport have plans to install renewable and sustainable energy technologies to ensure the long term resilience and operational excellence of the airport. London City Airport is undergoing a £500m development programme that will transform the airport and the customer experience, accommodating for a huge increase in demand to use London’s most central airport.
4th July 2019

Smart-farm project to lower greenhouse gas emissions

Smart-farm project to lower greenhouse gas emissions
Leti has announced a new European Commission smart-farming project that will deliver real-time data on soil conditions. Deployed via small, private Internet of Things networks, the SARMENTI sensor node will provide farmers with the next generation of a reagent-free sensor platform to monitor in real-time soil nutrient concentration and measure local environmental conditions, especially emission of ammonia and greenhouse gases.
3rd July 2019

Navigating through the energy efficiency maze

Navigating through the energy efficiency maze
  With a continuing focus on energy efficiency, Legrand UK has launched a new guide that outlines the key efficiency drivers and the range of products and solutions on offer, to help specifiers to select from the options available to them, relative to their budget.
28th June 2019

Is space the solution to Earth’s environmental problems?

Is space the solution to Earth’s environmental problems?
As the 50th anniversary of the moon landing approaches, new research has found children are looking to space just as much as their grandparents were 50 years ago, but for very different reasons. Nearly two thirds (61%) of children are worried about environmental damage to the planet, with 49% believing we will have to look to Space for somewhere to live in the future.
26th June 2019


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