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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.

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

Dellner Brakes to Attend China WindPower for the First Time

Sweden’s Dellner Brakes will be attending the China WindPower 2018 event for the first time this year, following the company’s recent acquisition of the JHS group of companies, including JHS Wind Power Technology (Beijing) Co Ltd.

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