Bio-ethanol: motors process wheat and beet syrup

WEG technology contributes to the production of sustainable fuel in Europe

Feeding the national grid

The UK's feed-in tariff has been created to provide an incentive for energy producers to invest in renewable energy sources, which are more expensive to produce than traditional fossil fuels

Processing system for clean burning bio-fuel

Manufacturer develops distributed skid system for the commercial production of bio-diesel

Plant operator looks to clean energy receives

Receipt of Renewable Obligation Certificates incentives boosts UK expansion plans for Energos

Budget 'delivers boost for UK engineers'

Picture is particularly positive for engineers working in renewable energy, say engineering recruitment specialists

Quality assurance of wind turbines using displacement sensors

The use of modern testing methods for wind turbines provides high quality and reliable operation. Erich Winkler reports.

High quality photovoltaic installations at a low cost

Increasing automation in module manufacturing is cutting the cost of photovoltaic installations

£1.6m wind energy centre to develop technologies of tomorrow

Researchers will initially focus on technology to monitor the condition of offshore gearboxes

Inline wet bench for wafer and cell manufacturers

With a small system footprint and wide process window, FlexTool offers batch-size testing

Asian power behemoths drive world electricity demand

Renewable energy to be widely adopted, while coal remains the dominant fuel source

Current transducers have operating temperature range of -40 to 105°C

LEM’s CTSR current transducers combine safety and high performance in solar installations

Impact assessment for potential pilot park for floating wind turbine

Xodus Group to carry out environmental study for Statoil for potential floating offshore wind pilot park

19.4 per cent efficiency for solar photovoltaic cell

ISFH says this efficiency level is record-breaking among Cz-silicon solar cells using a screen printing metallisation process

Co-generation plant powers ski resort

A remote ski resort is relying on an energy-efficient combined heat and power solution to deliver world-class hospitality. Amelia Poparad reports

Keeping solar park on track

Park contains 500m2 solar cells that will provide approximately 90,000kWh every year

Large space structure manufacturing a step closer

Solar sails or antenna reflectors could be manufactured in space, says Magna Parva

Generation begins at major wind farm projects

Eugene McCarthy reports on a number of major wind farms that are now producing electricity commercially, as other new projects are announced

Dealing with the energy bottleneck with minimal disruption

Mark Gledhill and Allan Russell outline the benefits of aluminium conductor technology which is less prone to corrosion and is an effective power conductor


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