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Hitachi Nuclear Energy Europe has announced the appointment of three UK partner firms to support the delivery of the multi-billion […]
Impax Asset Management (“Impax”) the specialist investment manager focused on environmental markets and related resource efficiency sectors, has published an […]
The latest developments in pump design, turbine blades and high-voltage coil testing from Sulzer – leading pump manufacturers and independent […]
Specifying power transmission components that match real life considerations, like reliability and operational footprint, can be a challenge. That’s where […]
When one of Thailand’s largest private electricity producers required urgent and timely repairs to one of its six 45 MW […]
After more than 25 years of continuous dedicated service, the trusty generator at Darwin power station, in Australia, was in […]
WEG Generators power Archimedes Screws to deliver energy to a mini power station to produce sustainable electricity for Windsor Castle. […]
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Electricity generation is predicted to increase by as much as 45% by 2040 as rising living standards in emerging markets are driving up demand for home appliances and electronic devices. Over the coming decades, renewables are likely to be the fastest-growing source of power generation, followed by natural gas and nuclear. Many countries will be looking to move away from coal and fossil fuels, favouring cleaner energies that deliver greater sustainability. As such, decreasing renewable energy costs, new energy technologies and low natural gas prices are all forcing traditional power generation companies to rethink their strategies for the coming decades.
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