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Gas turbine sets for Russian district heating plants

One will power a district heating plant on the eastern outskirts of Moscow, serving the rapid growth of the city while also replacing old heating plant. The second unit is for a district heating plant in Kirov, 800km north-east of Moscow

Reliable power is critical for one of world's largest data centres

Chad Dozier outlines the mission-critical solution that delivers reliability and availability

Tolerance compensation for wind turbine gear units

Shim specialist Georg Martin GmbH has developed an unusually large steel ring with a diameter of 630mm for compensating tolerance during the installation of wind turbine gear units

Slowing natural wear of downstream carbon rings

Inpro/Seal Sentinel Floating Brush Seal developed as a drop-in replacement to carbon rings

World’s largest gas engine for new-build power plant

How OdaS Elektrik, Wärtsilä and Shell combined efforts to create a state-of-the-art power plant

Banking on wind power at the port of Hamburg

Eurogate expects to achieve an annual energy yield of up to 8.7 million kilowatt/hours, sufficient to cover the electricity requirements of some 2,200 households

Software takes new approach to composites optimisation

Self-configures to loading environment, with optimisation speeds up to 1000 times faster

Gas engine reduces maintenance costs by up to 20 per cent

Finning Power Systems is now offering the efficient Cat G3516H gas engine as part of its power solutions for combined heat and power and continuous electric power applications

Cost pressures for wind turbine bearings

Even higher expectations regarding service life and reliability twinned with pressure on costs: this is the picture currently emerging for bearings in the wind energy industry

Energy efficiency driven by turbine replacement and upgrades

As the demand for electricity continues to grow around the world, the need for new and uprated turbines is also forging ahead. Sean Ottewell reports

Bringing power to Indonesia's communities

Allan Chin reports on how electricity is being delivered to a remote Indonesian village

Are women the workforce of the future for the energy industry?

Fewer than one in 10 engineering professionals in Britain is a woman. Angela Wilson reports on the campaigns that are being launched to attract more females into the industry

Investment focuses on efficient turbine technology

Investment in higher-efficiency turbines is growing as power generators seek to increase plant profitability. Sean Ottewell reports

Generator to support geothermal heating plant

Installation powers district heating system supplying houses, apartments, schools, businesses and university

Turbine contract for a new coal-fired power plant

Doosan Power Systems to design and supply two 160MW turbines for the plant in Paco, Panama

Construction completes on wind turbine blade test facility

Designed to test the longer blades being developed for larger offshore turbines

£100m turbine upgrade nears completion

Drax Power Station cements position as the cleanest, most efficient power station in the UK

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