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  • Camda gas generator set certified by CE

    Camda was awarded CE certificate in August for its gas generator set of all brands and models by Shanghai NQA Certification Co., Ltd (SNQA), an affiliate to UK National Quality Assurance Co., Ltd. The CE certificates covers almost all types of gas genset produced by Camda, including Camda self-made H series gas genset, Camda Man gas genset and Camda Daewoo gas genset. Camda gas genset can be ...

  • European gas gen-sets market to reach €400m by 2014

    Gas gen-sets are attracting increasing attention from potential customers, brightening market prospects. New end-user groups, higher replacement rates and improved output ranges are expanding sales opportunities. Emerging applications and end users will create new growth niches for market participants.  New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, European Gas Gen-sets Markets, finds that the market ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Evidence wanted for new gas generation strategy

    The Government has launched a call for evidence to inform a gas generation strategy to deliver a secure and affordable route to a low carbon economy. The strategy, announced on 17 March and confirmed in the Budget, aims to: set out the role of gas in the electricity market attract investment in gas generation ensure energy security meet the UK’s carbon ...

  • Global Revenue from the Installation of Diesel Generator Sets Is Expected to Reach $68 Billion in 2024

    A new report from Navigant Research examines the global market for diesel generator sets (gensets) in residential, commercial, industrial, and power plant applications, including global market forecasts for capacity and revenue, through 2024. Used as a source of emergency standby, prime, or continuous power, diesel gensets are ...

  • Global Revenue from Diesel Generator Set Installations Is Expected to Total $538 Billion from 2015 to 2024

    A recent report from Navigant Research examines the global market for diesel generator sets (gensets) in residential, commercial, industrial, and power plant applications, including global market forecasts for capacity and revenue, through 2024. Today, reciprocating engine-based diesel gensets are among the fastest-selling, least expensive distributed ...

  • Frost & Sullivan: Next-Generation Biofuels Set to Displace Fossil Fuels in the Transportation Sector

    The development of second-generation biofuels, which are derived from cellulosic materials and third-generation biofuels developed from algae, has gained traction during the last few years. This is mainly due to strong governmental subsidies and funding programs in Europe and the United States. Second-generation biofuels will soon be available on a commercial scale. Third-generation biofuels ...


  • Wind energy sets global growth record in 2007

    Another global record was set in 2007 with the installation of 20,000 MW of new, emission-free wind power. Canada’s total installed capacity grew to 1,846 MW with the addition of 386 MW of new wind energy projects, its 2nd best growth year ever. Wind energy now produces enough electricity in Canada to meet the needs of 560,000 homes. Canada currently ranks as the world’s 11th ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Camda set to build postdoctoral research center

    Camda receives go-ahead from national administration to build up its own postdoctoral research center, announced Monday in a notice issued by Ministry of Personnel and Social Security. "Notice to Approve Setup of Enterprise Postdoctoral Research Center " was released on Nov.15, of which Camda appeared in the list along with other enterprises dedicated to technology innovation and development. ...

  • India’s solar power set to outshine coal

    India wants to provide its entire population with electricity and lift millions out of poverty, but in order to prevent the world overheating it also needs to switch away from fossil fuels. Although India is blessed with ample sunshine and wind, its main source of energy is coal, followed by oil and gas. Together, they provide around 90% of the total energy demand of the subcontinent – ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Wind power generation can overtake that from natural gas in 2012

    With the expiry of the tax credit coming to a closer, companies are gearing up to install the wind turbines in the U.S. As a result, the installation of wind turbines may be more than that of power plants that run on fuel. As per the Ventyx Inc., a subsidiary of Swiss Power transmission equipment maker ABB Ltd. (ABBN), the power capacity through harnessing wind energy was 6,519 MW by the end of ...

  • First Galapagos wind turbines set to halve diesel imports

    To celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Galapagos' Islands discovery, Ecuador's President Rafael Correa Monday launched a program to end the use of fossil fuels on the Galapagos by 2015.  The initiative is led by the San Cristobal Wind Project, which erected three wind turbines near the town of El Progresso on San Cristobal Island.  The wind farm is on the island that suffered the worst oil ...

  • Questions and Answers on the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan)

    Yesterday the European Commission adopted a proposal for a European Strategic Energy Technology Plan. Energy technology will be a key element of Europe's plans to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and move towards a low-carbon future. But there are structural weaknesses in the current energy research system (see MEMO/07/469 – Why Europe needs a Strategic Energy Plan). The SET-plan (see ...

  • Charles Hendry sets out new approach to onshore wind

    Ahead of a Westminster Hall debate on onshore wind later today, Energy Minister Charles Hendry sets out his vision for a new approach to engaging with potential host communities The recent Ipsos Mori/University of Cardiff survey on public perceptions of climate change found that one third of Britons think the science on climate change has been exaggerated. To policy makers, committed to ...

  • EUR 4m energy project sets sights on slashing European emissions

    He who says that saving on energy will compromise comfort and convenience is in for a surprise. The EUR 4 million EU-funded project IntUBE (Intelligent Use of Buildings' Energy Information) has set its sights on slashing the amount of energy we use in our homes and offices by half, without jeopardising our creature comforts. Energy is considered to be the main factor influencing climate change, ...

  • First LFG power generation unit in IRAN

    The first landfill gas (LFG) power generation station in Iran oficially commissioned in July 2009. This plant is located in old landfill site of Mashhad, the second largest city in Iran. This plant has 640kW nominal power capacity supplying by two engine sets. The power generation plant has been totally implemented by Pishgaman Sanat & Niroo Co. Ltd as an EPC contractor. The web-page of this ...

  • Coalition sets out energy policy as new analysis points to scale of 2050 challenge

    First ever Annual Energy Statement sets out 32 actions of coalition energy and climate change policy Six illustrative ‘2050 Pathways’ show an 80% cut in emissions is achievable and compatible with keeping the lights on New online ‘2050 Calculator’ enables public to explore the trade-offs in building a 2050 energy system The UK’s energy and ...

  • Israel’s 121 MW Ashalim Plot B plant set for 50% expansion but regulation stunts other projects

    “There is a very large shadow covering Israel’s real potential for CSP based applications. The reason for this shadow is primarily driven by existing energy laws, government regulation, political structure and incentive approach nationwide,” Gadot told CSP Today. Gadot’s comments come a month after Megalim, developer of Ashalim Plot B, said it is in talks with the ...


    By FCBI Energy

  • Iberdrola confirms its commitment to Andalusia, where installed wind capacity is set to rise 60% by 2010

    At this morning’s meeting, held at the regional government’s headquarters in Seville, Ignacio Galán outlined to José Antonio Griñán the company's recent successes which have seen it become one of the five leading utilities in the world and one of the four largest companies on the Spanish stock exchange. He also explained its strategy, growth plans and overseas expansion plans. IBERDROLA is ...


    By Iberdrola

  • CSP projects set for cost reductions from wider roll out of molten salt storage: Halotechnics

    The development of scalable storage-only technology, using electricity to heat molten salts, would help reduce costs for CSP projects, Justin Raade, CEO of energy storage systems supplier Halotechnics, said. The deployment of molten salt storage on a wider range of generation types would increase the bankability of CSP with storage, Raade told CSP Today. ...


    By FCBI Energy

  • Energy professionals set key priorities to meet industry challenges in new pioneering report

    The first Energy Barometer report, published by the Energy Institute (EI), was launched in London today - Tuesday, 23 June. It is the result of an initiative to survey energy professionals on an annual basis to identify priorities and trends, and monitor progress over time. Energy is a complex system and energy professionals have a unique perspective into how it operates and how industry ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

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