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Selected highlights from the February 2017 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 8 months ago (2017-02-01)
  • Junior Isles
Africa 148 Asia 366 Australasia 10 Climate change 2 Coal 25 Distribution 8 Emissions 9 Equipment 1 Europe 590 Gas 35 Gas engine plant 11 Horizon 1 Hydroelectric 6 Hydropower 7 Latin America 5 Maintenance 1 Middle East 176 North America 709 Nuclear 372 Offshore wind 11 Oil 3 Operations 1 Policy 4 Regulations 1 Renewables 597 Solar 24 Storage 5 substation 5 Tepco 2 Toshiba 4 Transmission 27 US Senate Washington 2 Wind 31
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Special Project Supplement: Uruguay enhances its wind credentials

The Pampa wind farm is the largest in Uruguay. Its recent commissioning is a major milestone in the country’s journey to reaching 1.5 GW of wind capacity by the end of this year.

Fuel Watch: East Mediterranean gears up for new phase in New Year

Real work in the East Mediterranean Sea is scheduled to get started during 2017, bringing the region out of a period that has involved a lot of preparation for the future but little exploratory and development work.

Viewpoint: Developing incentives for greater flexibility

Aggregators, integrated utilities and end users need to define their strategy to seize the business potential that demand side management offers as a flexibility solution.

Industry Perspective: Redefining grid efficiency

Once treated as separate domains, IT and OT are now intersecting to enable more efficient and reliable utility operations.

Energy Outlook: Taking the risk out of solar PV

Costs for solar PV have fallen dramatically in recent years but as governments reduce feed-in tariffs, developers will need to look at ways to reduce risk.

Technology: Redefining wave power

TEI Times reports on the WaveBoost project, a three-year innovation programme targeting significant improvements in the reliability and performance of wave energy converters.

Final Word: Master of the tide or master of disaster?

We hope you find it informative!

Yours sincerely, Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief

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