Energy

DSV

Danish companies join forces on sustainable fuel project

Copenhagen Airports, A.P. Moller - Maersk, DSV Panalpina, DFDS, SAS and Ørsted have formed the first partnership of its kind to develop an industrial-scale production facility to produce sustainable fuels for road, maritime and air transport in the Copenhagen area. This new partnership brings together the…

ADB

$10 million invested in Ethiopian geothermal power plant

The African Development Bank has welcomed a decision by the Trust Fund Committee of the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), one of two funds within the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), to extend a $10 million concessional senior loan for development of the 50 MW Tulu Moyo Geothermal Power Plant project in…

Rolls-Royce:

MTU Series 4000 gas engine output passes the 3000 mark

The Series 4000 natural gas engine has been part of Rolls-Royce's MTU-branded product portfolio since October 2004. The 3000th gas genset has now rolled off the production line. It will be delivered to VPower Group, one of the world's leading system integrators in the power generation sector, for a…

Bosman van Zaal proud of self-cultivated energy

They might not feel it, but since April, the entire production facility, including office, runs on self-cultivated solar energy. "When you see 2,700 self-installed PV panels covering our entire roof, you just have to feel proud," says Eddy Duijn, Manager Water & Electrical Systems. All solar panels on…

UK: Electricity generators may be asked to turn off at short notice

National Grid has asked Ofgem for permission to instruct embedded generators to turn off at short notice in time for the bank holiday this Friday (08 May). This proposed amendment to the Grid Supply Code is a last resort to help balance the grid supply and demand, in reaction to unprecedented reductions…

Cheap gas and electricity for the smart grower

When reading about the decreasing oil prices and a surplus of (green) electricity, one knows that these are strange times. Receiving money when purchasing power, because energy suppliers have too much, is not a utopia at the moment. Not for consumers, but certainly not for major users like the greenhouse…

Niagara Peninsula Energy

CAN (ON): Relief of portion of GA charges for industrial and commercial customers

Ontario is deferring a portion of Global Adjustment (GA) charges for industrial and commercial electricity consumers that do not participate in the Regulated Price Plan (RPP), starting from April 2020. The GA rate for smaller industrial and commercial consumers (i.e., Class B) has been set at $115 per…

NFU Energy

UK: The burning question about refurbs

Have you got a combustion plant over 1 MW input on site? Has it been replaced or had its burner upgraded since the 20 December 2018? Then you may need to comply with the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD) regulations to stay compliant with the EA. by Sophie Archer MCPD currently governs all new…

Netherlands: Electricity production at record high

In 2019, electricity production in the Netherlands reached a record level of 121 billion kWh. This is a 6-percent increase on the previous year. The consumption of electricity remained more or less stable. There is a clear shift from coal to natural gas as a raw material for electricity generation. At…

A new mode of agricultural production: The photovoltaic greenhouse

A photovoltaic greenhouse is a greenhouse that includes solar photovoltaic power generation, an intelligent temperature control system, and modern high-tech planting. The greenhouse uses a steel frame, and is covered with solar photovoltaic modules ensuring the solar photovoltaic power generation and the…

British Columbia Utilities Commission approves COVID-19 customer relief programs

Following a web-based Streamlined Review Process, the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) approved applications from BC Hydro, Fortis Energy Inc. (FEI) and FortisBC…

CAN (QC): Freeze on electricity rates for the next year

Hydro-Québec’s electricity rates will be frozen for the coming year, as set out under An Act to simplify the process for establishing electricity distribution rate, adopted by…

UK: Are your RHI records audit worthy?

Over the past few years, Ofgem has been stepping up the number of audits on Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) systems. In fact, all systems on the RHI scheme are expected to be audited at least twice over their 20 years on the scheme. The auditor usually starts by looking at the paperwork and record…


© FloralDaily.com 2020

Sign up for our daily Newsletter and stay up to date with all the latest news!

Subscribe I am already a subscriber