Renewables

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Shipping industry trends

Over the next few decades, the global shipping industry is likely to see several major changes in the technologies and fuels it uses to meet the changing challenges in the environment, regulation, and markets. We already seeing the adoption of pioneering new technologies, materials, and fuels used by shipping worldwide. […]

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Wind turbine installation the long and windy road

Maximising returns from a wind turbine typically means locating it in an exposed place – on the top of a hill or increasingly out at sea. Developing equipment to access these locations has emerged as an industry in its own right. “Wind power is leading the charge in the transition […]

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POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGY

POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGY

Take a look at the Spring 2018 edition of Power Generation Technology, edited and written by Nicholas Newman. Power Generation Technology brings the latest innovations, knowledge and expertise in the power industry from the west to the BRIC power bureaus, engineers and industry professionals. The magazine provides the emerging BRIC […]

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PEAK INTO THE FUTURE Serving the Changing Global Energy Mix

The transition from the fossil fuel age to a low carbon environment is underway and gathering speed under the combined forces of increasingly stringent environmental regulations and technological innovations. In response, oil majors and countries are diversifying into gas as a bridging fuel and renewable energy.  As early as the […]

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Going green in South East Asia

In 2015, at an Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting, the governments of Southeast Asia announced a series of targets to increase the region’s share of renewables. Nicholas Newman takes a look at the progress made and remaining roadblocks. Member states set a renewables target of 23 percent […]

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