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- Capital Dynamics signs deal for equity participation in two CSolar solar plants in US
- Quinbrook to build 690MW solar power project in Nevada
- Astronergy to supply PV modules for 80MW solar project in Brazil
- Susquehanna University collaborates with WGL Energy to develop 14-acre solar array
- Canadian Solar to build 112MWp solar power project in Brazil
Interview with Dellner Brakes’ CEO Marcus Aberg
In a recent interview with Kenneth Carter, editor of US-based Wind Systems Magazine, Dellner Brakes’ CEO Marcus Aberg talked about the company’s noise-free systems for braking and gliding processes in wind turbines, its full-service, partnership-based business approach and plans for the future.
By approaching customers with a full-service mentality, Dellner Brakes works to supply the industry with a range of lightweight, noise-free systems for breaking and gliding processes in wind turbines.
Power demand could return to normal in up to six months, with lock downs being eased: Poll
Global power demand witnessed the biggest decline since the Great Depression due to the lockdown restrictions implemented to curb the COVID-19 pandemic.
Restoring Grout on Footings of HTF Tank
This whitepaper presents our repair procedure to restore the grout on footings of a 400 m3 HTF tank who was with a significant failure in the anchoring+insulation system in the sliding saddle.
Paying a premium: how commodity exchanges are going green
Buyers get the option of trading natural gas and aluminium based on their environmental impact, to meet demand from climate-concerned consumers and investors. By Mark Nicholls
Heat pumps, not hydrogen, key to decarbonise UK heating
Decarbonising heating is essential to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, but the UK Government is still hesitating about which path to take, writes James Murray.
From blue to green: hydrogen’s own energy transition
While the goal may be green hydrogen from renewable power, blue hydrogen from natural gas with carbon capture and storage will be a cheaper, faster way to reduce industrial emissions and build demand for clean hydrogen over the next ten years. Longer-term, its residual climate footprint means only a massive scale-up of wind and solar power can give the gas industry a climate neutral future. By Sonja van Renssen