Tag: electricity

Energy recycling: how wind power helps to keep the traffic moving

Until recently, green revolution in energy was held up by lack of storage, which meant that efficient electricity production depended on an impossibility; namely uninterrupted wind and sunshine. Conversely, the excess energy produced during strong wind or sunshine could not be stored for later use. Now a revolution in energy storage is occurring, and it is possible not only to store green energy but to convert it to other uses, in other words to recycle it.

Mitsubishi to build Indonesia power plant

Indonesia's state electricity company has awarded a contract to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd to build a gas-fired power plant.

Power plant for Surma Cement

Surma Energy Limited has awarded a contract to Wartsila Finland Oy and Wartsila Bangladesh for a power plant to supply electricity to the Lafarge Surma Cement Factory at Chhatak.

Clean power and hydrogen plant

Eight US electric utilities and coal companies have announced the formation of an alliance for the creation of a near zero-emission power plant and hydrogen production facility.

ExxonMobil expansion in Baytown (1/4)

ExxonMobil has announced plans to expand its co-generation facilities at the Baytown, Texas, manufacturing complex.

Greece to modernise energy networks

Greece will spend USD 14.5 billion to modernise its energy networks and become the "energy hub of the Balkans," Premier Costas Simitis said.

UK buys first commercial fuel cell

International Fuel Cells, a unit of United Technologies Corp., has announced the sale of a fuel cell system that will power a recreational centre in Woking, England, and be the first commercial fuel cell operating in the United Kingdom.