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Solar power: bright forecast

SCADA helps prove viability of thermodynamic solar power

Steps to the smart grid

Adrian Kimberley discusses the changing methods of energy generation and the infrastructure investments required to successfully implement these technologies

Stable outlook for UK sector

Duncan Biggins reveals why voltage stabilisation is the key technology for tomorrow's renewably powered UK

Natural selection

Germany’s largest system odorises up to one million cubic metres of natural gas per hour, proving that it’s a safe, economical and viable option

Fluid mechanics

Martin Gadsby discusses automating the world’s first full-scale liquid air energy storage facility

Future-focused forum for wind sector

The Onshore Wind O&M Forum Europe takes place 7-8 February 2017 in Hamburg, Germany

A fusion-focused future

Dr David Kingham explains why fusion energy is closer than ever before

Reliable power at Polish waste-to-energy plant

Plant enables disposal of waste effectively and helps Poland meet its obligations under the EU’s 2020 climate and energy directive

UK gets new waste-to-energy plant

Plant will recycle more than 100,000 tonnes of organic waste every year

Commercial fermentation

Improving the economics of a biogas plant by replacing the expensive maize silage with inexpensive poultry manure

Fuel for thought

Horst Endter reveals how a biomass-fired CHP station depends on an innovative process control system

Energy supplies – a new paradigm?

Nick Boughton discusses how emerging technologies can provide a new answer to an old question: renewables are great, but what happens if it’s not sunny or windy?

Solar cell design optimised through enhanced inspection

Digital light microscopy is advancing industrial inspection, and this has now enabled the optimisation of solar cell design

Cables and accessories for higher capacity wind farms

Nexans is launching a new range of 72.5kV wind farm technology to meet the growing demand for higher capacity wind farms

Launch of renewables industry’s first truly low cost live alerting platform

EkkoSoft 4.0 delivers live monitoring and under-performance alerts for renewable energy assets

CHP station burns around 90,000 tonnes of biomass

Biomass-fired CHP station depends on PMSXpro process control system. Horst Endter reports

Solar power: Morocco blazes ahead

Boris Sedacca reports on how Morocco is blazing ahead with concentrated solar power

Solar scheme makes a splash

Europe’s biggest floating solar panel project charges ahead in London

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