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Wärtsilä-Built Flexible 94 MW Power Plant in Dresden is Ready to Support Germany’s Energy Transition

The new, state-of-the-art gas engine CHP plant in Dresden generates 90 MW of electricity and 84 MW of heat, and is also black start capable.

­The flexible Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant, supplied and built by the technology group Wärtsilä for the German public utility SachsenEnergie, has been commissioned and handed over for commercial operation. The plant was extensively tested to verify its reliability and performance before the hand-over in
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Date:
12/08/2022
Eco Wave Power Inks Historic Concession Agreement to build 77-Megawatt Power Station

Mustafa Kemal Macit, President and CEO of OREN Ordu Enerji and Inna Braverman, Founder and CEO of Eco Wave Power, signing a 77 MW Concession Agreement in EWP offices

­Eco Wave Power Global AB (publ) announced that it has entered into an agreement with OREN Ordu Enerji (“Ordu Energji”), a fully owned subsidiary of Ordu Municipality, for the potential construction of an up to 77-megawatt (MW) wave energy installation in Ordu, Turkey – the largest agreement in the Company’s hi
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Date:
12/08/2022
WATT Fuel Cell Continues Business Momentum Growth With Generac Investment

Caine Finnerty, WATT Fuel Cell's president, chief operating officer and founder

­WATT Fuel Cell is excited to announce an investment from Generac Power Systems, a market leader in residential energy technology. The new investment closes 2022 with growing momentum toward commercial launch of fuel cell-driven power for homeowners. As a part of the transaction, a member from the Generac ex
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Date:
12/07/2022
Menlo Micro Delivers World's Highest Power MEMS Switch

Menlo Micro Delivers World's Highest Power MEMS Switch

­Menlo Micro introduced the world’s first micromechanical power switch capable of handling 10A in a miniature 5mm x 5mm surface-mount package. With its ultra-low 0.010 ohm contact resistance, the new MM9200 Ideal Switch is the lowest-loss and highest power capable micro-mechanical switch ever cr
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Date:
12/01/2022
Why Solar Windows Could be the Future of Renewable Energy

Jason Lomberg, North American Editor, PSD

­Solar power is growing rapidly across the globe, but it faces several roadblocks, not the least of which are aesthetic factors. And now Swiss scientists have announced an efficiency record for a type of solar cell – “dye-sensitized” solar cells (DSCs) – that could help bypass one of the average consumer’s bi
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Date:
12/01/2022
Renewable Energy Has Problems to be Considered

Ally Winning, European Editor, PSD

­One of the problems with renewable energy is that the generators generally tend to take up a lot of space. Whether it is a solar farm or a wind farm, the area required to provide a decent amount of power is usually quite extensive. This is always inconvenient when areas that need the power most, such as cities, ar
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Date:
12/01/2022
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