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Europe power supplies 'at risk without market reform'

Power sector reforms becoming urgent as renewables boom, according to a new study

Powering marine renewable energy

ABB drive and motor helps Narec to develop new marine renewable energy systems

Enabling technology for ultra fine line solar cell metallisation

DEK Solar’s Fine Line Stencil gives excellent line conductivity with almost no wasted silver, thereby enabling sub-40µm line widths with no increase in line resistance

Floating meteorological data monitoring system

LiDAR systems measure wind speed and direction by comparing the light from a laser beam, reflected by microscopic dust particles in the atmosphere, to a reference light source

Moving the UK solar market past the ‘boom and bust’ stage

International solar 'visionaries' discuss future of UK solar market. The Solar Future: UK ’13, will take place on 16th July 2011 in London

New technologies ensure demand for wind generation remains high

Demand for wind generators remains high, particularly as new technologies can be optimised for lower-wind situations. Sean Ottewell reports

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

Steam technology opens up new perspectives in industrial part cleaning

EcoCSteam system removes both particulate and film-type contamination from from parts and surfaces

Elements of success in hydro plant construction

As interest in hydroelectric power increases, all signs are pointing to growth in the construction of plants, especially small projects to add generating capacity to existing dams. Scott McDonald explains

Turning up the heat on energy from waste

Energy from waste (efw) facilities must utilise their heat potential to maximise both efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions savings

New generation biomass power plant

Control technology helps deliver green energy as innovative biomass power plant goes on stream in Italy

Wind turbine efficiency grows in line with demand

Investment continues to grow in wind power generation as new and more efficient technologies are emerging. Sean Ottewell reports

The future role of fossil power generation

Andreas Pickard examines what the integration of renewable energy into the European power generation market means for the design and construction of new power plants

Optimised output for photovoltaic power plants

Siemens expands range of central inverters with Sinvert PVS 600Series

World first for full scale autoclaving with wet AD

A sustainable waste treatment facility in the UK is set to become the first in the world to apply full scale autoclave processing to wet advanced anaerobic digestion. Stephen Barnes reports

Assessing the impact of waves

Fluid-structure interaction allows designers to assess the impact of waves on freshwater and offshore systems, Richard Grant reports

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