Renewable Energy

Novel air bubble curtain for large marine projects

This reduces noise pollution under water

Resistor for wind turbines and EVs

New air or water cooled systems to offer protection when there's too much power to regenerate

Lifted aboard for an offshore adventure

Custom structure is set to provide cover for wind turbine blade improvement and upgrade work


Scotland’s largest offshore wind test site generates first power

EOWDC turbine exports power to National Grid as commissioning continues

Offshore Reactive Compensation Station installed at Hornsea Project One​

Another step forward for what will be the world's largest windfarm

New hybrid solar PV and storage solution

New software refines performance

Nuclear lab performs LIMS upgrades

Software renewal prompts move

Challenges for renewables

Some thoughts on managing demand, combining distributed systems and reporting

Final turbine successfully installed for EOWDC

Rapid installation of suction bucket jacket foundation marks offshore wind industry first for the Scottish project

Remote energy surveys to test project feasibility

LiDAR and GIS mapping to be used to examine potential sites

Giants of industry

In a UK offshore wind premiere, the first of a range of gigantic suction bucket jacket foundations have installed at an offshore wind centre

Asset protection

Stephen Pratt explains how safety-critical systems in the power engineering industry are getting ‘smart’ when it comes to fire detection and protection

Fibre-optic measurement in every rotor blade

fos4X introduces new generation of measuring devices into the fos4Blade sensor platform

First Hornsea Project One Substation topside installed

This will become the largest wind farm in the world

Research collaboration to accelerate wind turbine design

Testing to take place at a 15MW power train test facility in North East England

Hydrogen for festival power

Fuel cell project extends across Europe

The new energy generation

Some thoughts on the benefits of corporate energy self-sufficiency

Drive to make wind turbine installation easier

This could reduce underwater noise levels by up to 20 dB and potentially reduce the fatigue damage on the pile by up to 90%



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