The European Union installed 8 gigawatts (GW) of new solar capacity in 2018, according to the region’s solar trade body SolarPower Europe, an increase of 36% over 2017 figures
Nick Boughton explores what can be done with data and how analyzing it can help plant managers make more informed decisions.
Gas engine builders are continuing to push the boundaries of engine design. But not all existing lubricants can cope with these changes. Jarmo Vihersalo EAME Offer Advisor, ExxonMobil explains why next generation gas engines need next generation oils.
A new report reveals that global power and utilities transactions hit an all-time hgh in 2018, increasing 28 per cent in overall deal value to $256.3bn with a record volume of 546 deals.
Siemens has introduced new cybersecurity rules for its suppliers.
Energy customers in a south London housing estate will soon be trading solar power amongst themselves, thanks to a blockchain pilot project by Repowering London, and University College London.
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems has started building what will be one of the world’s largest flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems.
Siemens is celebrating a milestone as its H-class gas turbine has exceeded one million fired hours of commercial operation.
Europe’s largest photovoltaic system is being built by carmaker Audi on the rooftops of two of its logistics centres in Hungary.
Energy giant Shell is buy German energy storage firm sonnen.
New combined heat and power technology has replaced coal-fired operations at a power plant in Germany.
Total decarbonisation of UK gas is vital in the next three decades if the country is to meet its emissions reduction targets.
The role of people in the energy transition was at the heart of the agenda of a meeting this week of the EU’s European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).
Europe’s energy transition is proving to be fertile financial ground for institutional investors.