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Selected highlights from the March 2018 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 9 months ago (2018-03-01)
  • Junior Isles
Africa 178 Asia 454 Australasia 16 Climate change 4 Coal 71 Concentrating solar 2 Cyber security 2 Digitalisation 4 Distribution 28 Emissions 14 Equipment 1 Europe 666 Gas 90 Gas engine plant 23 Horizon 2 Hydroelectric 14 Hydropower 14 Latin America 16 Maintenance 2 Metering 1 Middle East 202 North America 769 Nuclear 426 Offshore wind 24 Oil 6 Operations 2 Policy 5 Regulations 1 Renewables 607 Solar 60 Storage 9 substation 5 Tepco 2 Toshiba 4 Transmission 51 US Senate Washington 2 Wind 71
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Selected highlights from the March 2018 edition of The Energy Industry Times

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Multi-fuel CHP in the community Multi-fuel combined heat and power plants are becoming part of the move towards renewable-based distributed generation. The new Zabzre project in Poland looks set to be a forerunner for smaller community-based projects in the country and elsewhere.

Fuel Watch: Contention over discovery offshore Cyprus, Noble Partners sign contract with Egypt

In February, some positive developments in the East Mediterranean finally made way for the region’s players but events showed just how contentious the issue of developing the region’s hydrocarbon resources is going to be.

Industry Perspective: Towards the tipping point

A new report published by Lloyd’s Register looks at the degree to which renewable energy has gained traction throughout the world and what needs to happen to accelerate it. The research illuminates the outlook for renewable energy and highlights the technologies that are expected to deliver the greatest impact.

Energy Outlook: Controlling wind farms for maximum returns

In a bid to wring out every last dollar of lifetime value from their assets, wind turbine owners are placing ever more emphasis on optimised O&M and life extension support strategies. As a result, increasingly sophisticated wind turbine controls are now a clear focus for future development in the wind industry.

Technology: Coal seams can be a clean energy resource

Botswana is eyeing its coal deposits as a resource for meeting its growing power demand, but its climate change commitment means the coal will not be burned directly in new coal fired plants.

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