Electric mobility is one of the most promising solutions to today’s climate and energy challenges. Especially in the European Union this issue has made it to the top of the public agenda. The key to successful electric vehicles and their…
The use of cartridge filters to remove manganese from the municipal water supply is the focus of a presentation at the Dwr Cymru Welsh Water Innovation Event on 29 October 2020. David Ridealgh, Marketing Manager at filter manufacturer Amazon Filters,…
With COVID-19 reducing in-person access to energy plants around the world, Ecolab is using new digital solutions to deliver its water, energy and sanitization solutions. With COVID-19 causing restricted access to facilities, Ecolab used mixed reality to safely install a…
Hydro technology contracts activity in Q3 2020 saw 53 contracts announced, marking a drop of 4% over the last four-quarter average of 55, according to GlobalData’s power industry contracts database. Looking at global power contracts activity divided by the type…
Vattenfall has offered the State of Berlin all shares in Stromnetz Berlin GmbH for sale. This will end years of dispute over the electricity concession and pave the way to continued development of the electricity grid - for the benefit…
Middle East and Africa power industry contracts activity in Q3 2020 saw 84 contracts announced, marking a drop of 3% over the last four-quarter average of 87, according to GlobalData’s power database. Middle East and Africa power industry contracts in…
International technology group ANDRITZ has been selected by Hydro-Québec as the exclusive partner to re-equip potentially up to all fourteen 54-MW turbine generator units at the Carillon generating station located on the Ottawa River, Canada. Hydro-Québec has awarded the supply…
Publicly traded wave energy developer, Eco Wave Power (EWPG Holding AB, Stock Symbol: ECOWVE), has just announced the strategic collaboration with Painhas for the technical support for the licensing of its’ Portugal project. Painhas, which was founded in 1980, has…
United Utilities has some 9000 projects ongoing in the current AMP, investing £787 million in 2012/13 – about £100 million higher than the previous year. Cumulative investment across the first three years of AMP5 is now just over £2 billion.…
MV motors from ABB are being used in the world's largest district-wide natural heat-pump system.Based on technology from Star Refrigeration of Glasgow, the system will provide over 13MW of heat for Drammen, near Oslo, via a network of underground pipes.The…
Thursday, 13 June 2013 16:21

Redhall buoyed by record order books

Engineering services provider Redhall Group plc has posted some positive figures for the six months to 31 March – not least a record order book of £152 million, about 50% higher than in the first-half of 2012.As chairman David Jackson…
Southern Water has installed a new heat exchanger to help harness poo power at its Budds Farm Wastewater Treatment Works in Havant. The unit has been added to the site’s Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant which captures bio-gas created…
Atkins has recently been selected by Energos to help deliver an advanced conversion facility as part of Viridor and Glasgow City Council's £146 million Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre (GRREC).The GRREC will divert Glasgow’s domestic residual waste from landfill…
Monday, 03 June 2013 14:14

Sizewell A now 50% defuelled

Progress towards decommissioning Sizewell A nuclear power station has passed a significant milestone, with more than half of the 52,945 fuel elements now removed from Sizewell A’s twin reactors.Defuelling is due to be completed at the site in September 2014.“Removing…
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has announced that its VELA alliance with AMEC was awarded a contract by Magnox Ltd to provide project management resources in support of Magnox’s decommissioning program in the UK.The Project Management Resource Partnership agreement is an…
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