Alstom

The company is the world leader in integrated power plants for the production of electricity and air quality control systems. Alstom has solutions for all energy sources (coal, gas, nuclear, fuel-oil, hydropower, wind) and is a leader in innovative technologies for the protection of the environment (reduction of CO2 emissions, elimination of pollutant emissions). The Group is also developing CO2 capture processes and has integrated this technology in pilot plants in Germany and USA

Alstom supplies rolling stock, transport infrastructure and signalling, maintenance equipment and global rail systems.

Electrical grids need to deliver more energy, with greater flexibility, and in a more complex environment. Alstom is leading the way with solutions to make grids ‘smarter’

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  • Making of the modern offshore substation

    By Maryruth Belsey Priebe IQPC GmbH Offshore substations — the systems that collect and export the power generated by turbines through specialized submarine cables — are an essential component of offshore wind farms, especially at large, multi-megawatt sites. These systems serve an important function: to stabilize and maximize the voltage of power generated offshore, reduce [Read More]

  • GE and Alstom to make Block Island almost diesel-power free

    Block Island is a teardrop-shaped piece of land some 13 miles off the coast of Rhode Island, U.S. Until recently, it was best known for its beaches, wind-swept bluffs and summer vacation homes. But a new attraction is quickly rising three miles off its southeastern shore. There, in the choppy Atlantic surf, a company called [Read More]

  • GE completes acquisition of Alstom’s power and grid businesses

    GE has officially completed the acquisition of Alstom’s power and grid businesses, following regulatory approval of the deal in over 20 countries and regions. It is GE’s largest-ever industrial acquisition, and spans the EU, the U.S., China, India, Japan, and Brazil. GE reached an agreement with Alstom in 2014 to purchase Alstom’s power and grid [Read More]