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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?

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

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

Make the most of solar panels

Screen cleaning powder can help maximise solar panel efficiency

Storage advance may boost solar thermal energy potential

Advance based on thermochemical storage, in which chemical transformation is used in repeated cycles to hold heat, drive turbines, and then be re-heated to continue the cycle

Next-generation floating wind technologies

Major international collaboration launched to develop next-generation floating wind technologies

New industrial energy management system

Latest hybrid power source (HPS) energy management system can select best source while also reducing consumption by up to 30%

Innovative tool design for wind energy project

Norco Composites has produced a 'cutting edge' tool for wind energy technology company, Blade Dynamics

Jatropha: the multi-purpose energy crop

Klaus Tropf explains why it makes much sense to invest in Jatropha cultivation and utilisation

Wind turbine gearbox oil backed by seven-year warranty

Certified for aquatic non-toxicity applications by International Maritime Organisation (IMO) 493/02 test

Bioenergy plant design - material decisions for tanks

As energy prices continue rise, the number of bioenergy plants across the world is increasing rapidly. However, design engineers are faced with a number of basic choices when it comes to starting a new project

Exploiting tidal power

Anthony George has been involved in engineering a number of offshore energy projects and offers some analysis on the real-world viability of these schemes

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