Renewable Energy

Orbital chooses SKF technology for world’s most powerful tidal turbine

Two 1MW turbines with a total rotor area of 600m2 will be able to power more than 1,700 homes per year. SKF has developed a power train for the world’s most powerful tidal turbine, capable of generating 2MW, being developed by Scotland-based Orbital Marine Power. SKF has been supplying…

🕘 11/11/2019

Schneider Electric launches Rethink Energy initiative

Schneider Electric UK, a leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has launched its ‘Rethink Energy’ initiative. A programme aimed at changing business, consumer and government attitudes to energy waste and help combat climate change. Whilst other forms of…

🕘 12/07/2019

HARTING breezes into global offshore wind 2016 with plug & play solutions

HARTING will be showing a range of connectors, device connection technology and network components for the energy market on stand 20 at the Global Offshore Wind 2016 exhibition, 21st-22nd June, in Manchester. This is the first time that HARTING has participated in this annual conference and…

🕘 30/08/2016

The two sides of solar

The solar industry is undergoing a significant period of change. Last month’s Brexit vote is suspected to have serious consequences to the UK's renewable energy sector – changing everything from national renewables targets to the import of solar modules. Similarly, earlier this year…

🕘 21/07/2016

Energy from Waste sector gets ready for expansion and development

Mitsubishi Electric’s first-time presence in the EfW (Energy from Waste) hall at the Resource Efficiency and Waste Management show (RWM) in Birmingham, UK, has been hailed as an immediate success. Louis Meyer, director of process industries of Mitsubishi Electric’s European Business…

🕘 03/10/2014

Reducing energy costs critical as green industrial technology set to boom

The UK’s manufacturing sector is rapidly turning to energy efficiency technologies to reduce costs and cut emissions, with 79% reporting energy as a business critical issue in the year ahead. The marked change in approach is reinforced by investment sentiment with more than two thirds (68%)…

🕘 02/09/2014

White paper reveals the dangers of carbon residue

Fluid maintenance specialist Global Heat Transfer has released a white paper warning industry of the impact of carbon residue on plant system ageing and effectiveness. The paper is available to download free of charge from the company’s website. Heat transfer fluid maintenance and analysis…

🕘 18/08/2014