Renewable Energy

EconCore’s RPET honeycomb technology accredited with Solar Impulse Label

EconCore, the producer of economic honeycomb sandwich materials, was recently awarded the Solar Impulse Label in recognition of the sustainability of their RPET honeycomb core technology. EconCore has developed a continuous manufacturing process that can produce thermoformable, high-performance…

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Cloud Energy deploys network using LoRaWAN for wireless solar power system enabling effective energy monitoring

Semtech is collaborating with Cloud Energy, an Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider in Vietnam, for the development and deployment of a network running on the LoRaWAN standard for a wireless solar power system installed on facility rooftops. A wired energy solution did not fit a rooftop…

🕘 09/09/2021

Yokogawa Sets Sustainability Targets for AG2023 Mid-Term Business Plan

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces that it has set sustainability targets for its Accelerate Growth 2023 (AG2023) mid-term business plan. For the setting of these mid- and long-term indicators and targets, the company prioritized the issues that it will address to contribute toward the…

🕘 06/09/2021

Big talking ‘greenprint’ not enough – we need proper investment and plan, says GMB

The UK government publishes the world’s first ‘greenprint’ to decarbonise all modes of domestic transport by 2050. There's a transport decarbonisation plan for cleaner air, healthier communities and tens of thousands of new green jobs. The plan provides a ‘greenprint&rsquo…

🕘 14/07/2021

UK’s first Green CHP offering: a vital ‘transition’ technology for manufacturers and processors on their Net Zero journey

An alternative to traditional CHP systems has been developed by EuroSite Power. The company’s Green CHP offering, which is powered by certified biomethane injection to provide a 100% zero carbon solution, is believed to be the first of its kind available in the UK. Green CHP works exactly…

🕘 24/06/2021

The European storage market is expected to reach 3000MWh in 2021

The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE), the leading member-supported association representing organisations active across the entire energy storage value chain, and Delta-EE, Europe’s leading new energy research and consulting company, launch the fifth edition of the European…

🕘 23/03/2021

Transforming manufacturing resilience could add £26bn of productivity value to the economy

The global omni-channel product and services solutions provider for industrial customers RS Components (RS) has launched the Resilience Index, one of the most comprehensive studies of UK resilience that paints a mixed picture for senior engineers looking to build resilience into their plan…

🕘 12/03/2021

Optilan wins Seagreen wind farm security and telecoms contract

Optilan, the leading security and communications company for the energy, infrastructure, pipeline, and rail sectors, can today announce that it has been contracted to supply telecommunications and security services for the Seagreen Wind Farm project. Optilan will supply telecoms services, including…

🕘 05/03/2021

World’s first commercialised hydrogen fuel cell powers drones for humanitarian missions

Doosan Mobility Innovation (DMI) is delivering humanitarian relief to remote locations using drones powered by energy-dense hydrogen fuel cells. With two hours of flight time, the drones have transported masks and emergency supplies between US Virgin Islands and have delivered medical AEDs to the…

🕘 19/01/2021

New control technology will help heavy-duty vehicles go ‘fossil free'

Libertine, the creator of Smart Engine technology for hybrid electric vehicles and distributed power generation, has demonstrated technology that could help leading truck manufacturers to fulfil pledges to make all heavy-duty vehicles fossil free by 2040. Tests conducted late last year established…

🕘 13/01/2021