Australia faces reliability issues without urgent green investment
There is an urgent need for investment in renewable generation to ensure Australia can meet reliability requirements over the next decade.
POWERGEN International begins: Some noteworthy sessions this week
Professionals in the power and energy industry are descending on Orlando to discuss the latest advancements shaping the future of energy.
Solar cables launched to operate in extreme climate conditions
Prysmian Group will be launching its new Prysolar cables enhanced with long term resistance in water up to 1800 V DC.
EDF Renewables acquires floating offshore wind project in Australia
The Australian subsidiary of EDF Renewables has acquired the Newcastle Offshore Wind Farm, a floating offshore project under development near the Port of Newcastle.
Drone inspections approved for New York’s Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage
NYPA has received its first federal approval to fly unmanned aircraft systems or drones beyond the visual line of sight of the pilot.
Danes plan to train ‘power-to-x(perts)’
Denmark’s Pioneer Centre for Accelerating P2X Materials Discovery (CAPeX) has launched plans to train at least 100 PhDs and postdocs over the next decade.