Fugro congratulates the London Array project team on completion of the first 630 MW phase of the Thames estuary development. The project, jointly owned by DONG Energy, Masdar and E.ON, has set a new world record for the largest offshore wind farm, according to the World Record Academy.
All-Energy 2013, the UK's largest renewable energy exhibition and conference opens in Aberdeen, Scotland UK four weeks' today on Wednesday 22 May.
A Frost & Sullivan's web conference will discuss how the adoption of Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology and the infrastructure it requires are influencing demand for batteries
TSB-Supported Project Designed to Provide ‘Fit and Forget' Sensors
AWEA WINDPOWER 2013 in Chicago May 5-8 at Booth 4049
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Unveils Innovative Solar House Heading to Competition in Solar Decathlon China 2013
WPI's entry is the only solar house to be built in the U.S. for this competition
The aim is to be at the forefront of fully printed and self-sustaining Combined Energy Generation and Storage (CEGS) solutions globally.
BioProcess Algae Awarded $6.4 Million U.S. Department of Energy Grant to Develop Advanced Drop-in Biofuels for Military Jets and Ships
The project will demonstrate technologies to cost-effectively convert biomass into advanced drop-in biofuels.
Composite Bearings Manufacturer Enters Pumps Market in Europe and Asia
IREC first developed Model Interconnection Procedures in 2005 in an effort to capture emerging best practices in this vital area.
Kansai International Airport Advances Environmental Initiative with Asia's Largest Solar Power Plant Installation at Airport
The first project by joint investment company formed by DBJ and Solar Frontier
Europe is the world's largest solar market, accounting for 57 percent of global installations in 2012.
Four of eight total installations already utilizing sunshine power in Hilo, Kamuela and Captain Cook
Palmer has been involved in solar marketing for over five years, working with a variety of solar clients in California.
The total system will save Occidental College about $250,000 per year in electricity costs and provide lifetime environmental benefits equivalent to 60 million pounds of carbon dioxide.
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The selection of effective biogas treatment equipment is important, both in optimizing the cogeneration of electrical and thermal energy, making the most of the available renewable energy, and reducing energy consumption and operating. Parker's solution is to dry the gas, firstly by cooling using a water-cooled heat exchanger working with an air-cooled water chiller and secondly, by removing the condensed water with a cyclonic water separator. The cooled gas can then be reheated to reduce the relative humidity and thus meet the technical demands of gas engines, turbines and other downstream equipment.