Energy Management Articles

  • Choosing The Best Home Genset For Sale

    There are a number of reasons why you should invest in a genset for sale for your home. Home generators are a common purchase for many Floridians that are interested in keeping their family comfortable and safe during an emergency. Most Floridians understand that staying prepared for tropical storms and hurricanes is a part of living in the Sunshine State.  Hurricanes and tropical storms are ...


    By MTS Power Products

  • Industrial waste heat and waste heat recovery systems

    Due to the increasing trend of rising fuel prices in recent decades and the ever-growing concern about global warming, companies are facing pressure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the energy efficiency of their installations.  Therefore, the use of waste heat recovery systems in the industrial waste heat processes was one of the main research fields ...


    By Haemers Technologies SA

  • How to Choose The Best Back-Up Power: Generators, Batteries and SimpliPhi Power

    If you want to buy back-up power to avoid blackouts caused by extreme weather or grid outages, it helps to consider value, reliability, safety, and your usage ...


    By Simpliphi Power, Inc.

  • Insight about the Tyre Pyrolysis Oil Distillation Plants

    Tyre pyrolysis oil distillation is really a process which transforms waste tyre into tyre oil. Generally, one lot of this tyre oil could be procured from 2.5 a great deal of wasted tyre. The tyre distillation plants further aid the customers can use in refining the oil to proper and qualified gasoline or diesel oil. The USP of these plants is because adopt the latest and finest technology, ...

  • Power Off-Grid Mobile Networks and Universal Connectivity: A New Business Case

    Executive Summary The accelerating drive for universal mobile access, for people and increasingly for connected vehicles and objects, means that expansion of the cellular network is outpacing that of the electricity grid. According to the GSMA, the number of off-grid base stations is expected to rise from 320,000 in 2014 to 390,000 in 2020, while base stations with unreliable ...


    By GenCell Ltd

  • HPS or LED? Why not both with a hybrid lighting system

    What is a hybrid system? Choosing between a traditional lighting system such as High Pressure Sodium (HPS) or Metal Halide (MH) lighting and newer Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology can be a complicated decision. Factors such as energy use, ROI, maintenance costs and how they affect the growth of your plants should be considered.  Many growers are looking to switch over to LED ...


    By P.L. Light Systems Inc.

  • Extended life cycles – Customized retrofit for drive systems increases plant efficiency

    Siemens is replacing its proven Micromaster drives with converters from the current Sinamics portfolio. With this technology exchange rate of the group, the optimal conditions, the demands of the markets for more performance and higher functionality are met. From October 2019, the production of the Service Micromaster will be phased out. With the drive system Retrofit Service for ...


    By Siemens AG

  • Plummeting prices test offshore developers amid fragile supply chain

    A sharp drop in offshore wind prices and global expansion plans have increased the pressure on developers to control costs and meet project deadlines in a rapidly-consolidating supply market, industry leaders told the Offshore & Floating Wind Europe 2019 conference. Technology advancements and European deployment learnings have sliced offshore wind costs and laid the ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Renewable Energy Storage Tax & Incentive Bill to Speed Up The Development of Storage Technology

    In Colorado, renewable energy now accounts for nearly 25 percent of the net power generation. The next level of growth in the renewable energy industry is set to come from innovations in energy storage technology. House Skips New Tax ...


    By CleanEnergyAuthority.com

  • The Big Deal With FUEL CELLS

    Hydrogen is increasingly seen as a fuel of the future. Globally, more than 65,000 fuel cells, totaling over 300 MW, were shipped worldwide in 2016. Introduction The third industrial revolution, according to American economic and social theorist Jeremy Rifkin, will create a prosperous economy powered by clean energy and the Internet of Things. Hydrogen will be ...


    By GenCell Ltd

  • Siplus HCS4300 and HCS4200: space-saving, high-performance heating solution

    New power output module boosts HCS4300 heating control system performance HCS4200: space-saving solution for use in flat control cabinets with new CIM4210C central interface module Simple, convenient engineering and commissioning of industrial heating processes with TIA Portal Siemens has equipped the modular ...


    By Siemens AG

  • Nine utilities – one smart grid platform - Case Study

    The investment in a shared intelligent multi-utility system has not only meant significant benefits and savings for the members of the MV Group and their customers. The system’s flexibility has also made it possible for a number of smaller utility companies to become part of the collaboration. In 2013, when the MV Group consortium made the decision to invest in a comprehensive smart ...


    By Kamstrup A/S

  • Equinor cuts floating wind costs by 40% in design revamp

    Equinor will use new installation techniques, concrete substructures and a shared mooring design to slice costs at its ground-breaking Hywind Tampen floating wind project in Norway, Halvor Hoen Hersleth, Operations Manager at Hywind Tampen, told the Offshore and Floating Wind Europe 2019 conference. Hywind Tampen, the world's first floating wind farm to supply oil and gas ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Mitsubishi group to buy Dutch green energy supplier; European renewables fund raises 857 million euros

    Mitsubishi-led group to buy Dutch renewable energy supplier A Japanese consortium led by Mitsubishi Corporation is set to buy Dutch renewable energy supplier Eneco for a total equity value of 4.1 billion euros ($4.6 billion) after agreeing terms with Eneco's main shareholders, the companies said November 25. The 'Diamond Chubu' consortium, which is owned by Mitsubishi ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Solar operators take on price, timing risk to secure offtakers

    Asset managers are building wholesale market expertise and creating time-sensitive labor and cleaning strategies to meet the risk demands of offtakers, leading operators told the PV USA Operations conference. Falling solar costs and growing demand from utility and  ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Chile CSP developer predicts world’s lowest price in June

    The Cerro Dominador group is working with strong construction partners on its Likana CSP project to cut costs and beat gas plant prices, buoyed by progress at its first plant in Chile, Fernando Gonzalez, CEO of Cerro Dominador, told the CSP Madrid 2019 conference. As developer Cerro Dominador nears completion of Latin America's first CSP plant in Chile, the company is ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Bill Gates-backed CSP group hits 1,000° C; Terraform buys more Spanish CSP plants

    US CSP group surpasses 1,000° C using greater reflector accuracy U.S. CSP technology start-up Heliogen has achieved temperatures exceeding 1,000° C by improving the reflectiveness of CSP tower arrays, the company announced November 19. Heliogen's technology uses cameras and advanced computer vision software to align heliostats more accurately and increase solar ...


    By New Energy Update

  • US wind O&M thrust creates new roles, supplier networks

    U.S. wind operators will invest in repowering, digital tools and remote technologies in the coming decade, supported by deeper service and spares networks, analysts and suppliers told New Energy Update. The phasing out of the U.S. federal production tax credit (PTC) is set to profoundly impact wind industry spending and employment trends. The 10-year PTC is set at $23/MWh for projects completed ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Global wind speeds bounce back to hike output; New Jersey raises offshore target to 7.5 GW

    Global onshore wind speeds are rising, new study finds Global onshore wind speeds have risen since 2010, after decades of decline, boosting potential wind energy by around 17% between 2010 and 2017, according to a new academic study published in Nature. Rising wind speeds have increased U.S. wind turbine capacity factors by around 2.5% since 2010, representing half the ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Growth for the all-round power supply – Siemens extends its portfolio of power supply units to include 3-phase devices

    At the fair Smart Production Solutions (SPS) 2019, Siemens is presenting new 3-phase 24-volt power supply units within its Sitop PSU6200 product line, extending the scope of application of its standard power supplies. The new power supply units in the Sitop PSU6200 series supply a rated output current of 5, 10 or 20 amperes (A), extending the previous ...


    By Siemens AG

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