Energy infrastructure News for December 2011
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28 December, 2011
According to figures from the Department of Energy and Climate Change, in the first nine months of this year, Scotland had already generated 94% of last year's output.
23 December, 2011
The purchase price of voltwerk electronics is being kept confidential "by mutual agreement".
22 December, 2011
The 5th annual World Future Energy Summit (WFES) will be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE, from 16-19 January at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
21 December, 2011
The solar photovoltaic (PV) inverter market declined once again in the third quarter (Q3) 2011 with industry revenues in Euros falling by over 20% year-on-year according to IMS Research.
14 December, 2011
US-based FuelCell Energy has announced a partnership with Abengoa in Spain to develop localized stationary fuel cell power plants for markets in Europe and Latin America. The partners will also install a 300 kW pilot project at the Abengoa headquarters in Seville.
13 December, 2011
A 700 km2 smart grid project is planned for Cambridgeshire, UK, by UK Power Networks.
09 December, 2011
To meet EU demands for electricity distribution systems that can incorporate more renewable energy, 16 European partners from 10 countries are working on a €160 million smart grid project, EcoGrid EU.
08 December, 2011
The construction of grid connections for German offshore wind farms in the North Sea is facing delays, says transmission system operator TenneT.
07 December, 2011
Schneider Electric and its recently acquired IT provider Telvent, have launched SmartCity, offering an integrated suite of solutions to improve the efficiency and sustainability of urban infrastructures.
06 December, 2011
Mott MacDonald, together with Beacon Power, have been named winners of the Energy Institute (EI) Technology Award for the ground breaking Stephentown flywheel energy storage plant in New York State, U.S.
03 December, 2011