eTa Blades and Nabla Wind Power launch WindGainHub

WindGainHub is conceived to be OEM independent providing unique equipment and tools which are compatible, dedicated and tailored for each asset.

Graphene and other carbon nanomaterials can replace scarce metals says Chalmers University of Technology

A survey at Chalmers University of Technology now shows that there are potential technology-based solutions that can replace many of the metals with carbon nanomaterials, such as graphene.

Energy Department invests up to $32 million to improve resilience of the nation’s power grid

“A resilient, reliable, and secure power grid is essential to the nation’s security, economy, and the vital services that Americans depend on every day,” said Secretary of Energy Rick Perry.

Nonmetalic electrical enclosures sport over 30 configurations & thermal accessories

AttaBox offers a wide-ranging selection of non-metallic enclosures, featuring 10 full product lines encompassing over 800 parts numbers and over 30 configurations along with complementary thermal and standard accessories.

Pumped hydro storage market to exceed $350 billion by 2024

According to EASE, the pumped hydro plants have an average efficiency of 70 to 80% when compared with other technologies.

Technavio identifies top 5 vendors in the global low and medium-voltage switchgear market

This market research report also lists 14 other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.

Composites Institute unveils composite recycling project

End-of-life composites have a perception of being inferior to competing materials in terms of cradle-to-cradle sustainability because they are difficult to recycle or reuse.

A little finance insight from a transaction overview of Cross-Sound Cable LLC

This undersea cable project transmits power from renewable-rich New England into Long Island, New York, New York, which has historically faced both gas and electric transmission constraints.

Siemens Gamesa at Husum Wind: Hall 3, booth 3B12/14

Siemens Gamesa’s German installed wind fleet over the past years consists of more than 1,650 onshore wind turbines with a combined rating of more than 2,1 gigawatts (as of the end of June 2017).

Industry leaders to create U.S. offshore wind energy standards

These standards and guidelines will form the basis for BOEM to establish transparent compliance requirements that will help industry, in turn, provide safe and reliable U.S. offshore wind facilities that serve the U.S. electric supply