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Image - Vestas Receives 30 MW Order, Strengthening Market Position in Finland

Vestas Receives 30 MW Order, Strengthening Market Position in Finland

Vestas customer reconcept GmbH places 30 MW order for nine V126-3.3 MW turbines, featuring Vestas’ Large Diameter Steel Towers (LDST) that allow for taller hub heights and therefore greater annual energy production at low wind speeds. The Ylivieska Pajukoski project in the Ylivieska region in Finland will feature the increasingly popular V126-3.3 MW turbine atop hub height 137m towers, further validating the Vestas strategy to optimise energy solutions based on well-proven technolog...

Wind - Aug 29, 2014


Image - Simulations for Better Transparent Oxide Layers

Simulations for Better Transparent Oxide Layers

Touchscreens and solar cells rely on special oxide layers. However, errors in the layers’ atomic structure impair not only their transparency, but also their conductivity. Using atomic models, Fraunhofer researchers have found ways of identifying and removing these errors. Smartphones, tablet computers, and ticket machines are just some of the many devices nowadays that are touchscreen-operated. These screens are based on special oxide layers that are transparent and conduct electri...

Solar - Sep 1, 2014


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Image - Russian Gas Cut to Ukraine Unlikely to Hurt Europe: Analysts

Russian Gas Cut to Ukraine Unlikely to Hurt Europe: Analysts

Moscow's latest warning that Europe could run short of Russian gas this winter lacks credibility, analysts say, as the prospect of new Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis rises. Russia is the EU's top supplier of gas which much of the supplies transiting through Ukraine. The 28-nation bloc depends on energy imports for more than 50 percent of its needs, and roughly 40 percent of supplies come from Russia. Russia in mid-June cut its deliveries for Ukraine after a pro-West...

Natural Gas & LNG - Aug 29, 2014


Image - Russia Breaks Ground on New Gas Pipeline to China

Russia Breaks Ground on New Gas Pipeline to China

Russia launched construction Monday of a 770 billion ruble ($20.8 bn) gas pipeline that will help bring gas from the far east of the country to China. "We are today starting the biggest construction project in the world," President Vladimir Putin said at the ceremonial joining of the first sections of the 3,968-kilometre (2,466-mile) Siberian Strength pipeline outside the eastern Siberian city of Yakutsk. "But it is not about records, it is the fact that it is an extrem...

Natural Gas & LNG - Sep 1, 2014


Image - Siemens Wins Contract to Help USGS Achieve Significant Energy Savings

Siemens Wins Contract to Help USGS Achieve Significant Energy Savings

Siemens, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an $11 million Task Order by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) to implement energy conservation measures at three of its facilities: National Center (Reston, Virginia); Columbia Environmental Research Center (Columbia, Missouri); and the Western Fisheries Research Center (Seattle, Washington). Under the Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC), an IDIQ contract with the Department of Energy, the cost of the project will b...

Smart Grids - Aug 29, 2014


Image - Subsea Pumps Market worth $2,092.1 M By 2018, Says a Study on ASDReports

Subsea Pumps Market worth $2,092.1 M By 2018, Says a Study on ASDReports

The report "Subsea Pumps Market By Type (Helico-Axial, ESP, Centrifugal, Twin-Screw, Hybrid, Counter-Axial), By Application (Subsea Boosting, Subsea Injection, Subsea Separation, Subsea Gas Compression), & By Geography - Global Trends & Forecast to 2018 " ,defines and segments the subsea pumps market with the analysis and forecast of the global revenue. The subsea pumps market is valued at $996.1 million in 2013 and is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 16% from 2013 to 201...

Oil and Gas - Aug 29, 2014


Image - Russia Warns of High Risk to Winter Gas Deliveries to Europe

Russia Warns of High Risk to Winter Gas Deliveries to Europe

Russia's energy minister Alexander Novak warned Friday of a high risk of disruptions to Russian gas supplies to Europe this winter as international tensions over Ukraine mounted. "The situation is extremely critical as the heating season approaches," Novak said at a joint press conference with the EU's Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger. "There is a high risk that gas delivered by Gazprom for Europe will be illegally taken by Ukraine for its own use," h...

Natural Gas & LNG - Aug 29, 2014


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Image - Hyatt Unveils New 2020 Environmental Sustainability Strategy

Hyatt Unveils New 2020 Environmental Sustainability Strategy

In conjunction with the release of its 2013-2014 Corporate Responsibility Report, Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE:H) unveiled today an aggressive set of environmental goals for the year 2020, all designed to strengthen Hyatt’s collective ability to collaborate, inspire and further its commitment to environmental stewardship. Hyatt, which is already an industry leader for tracking comprehensive global energy and water data since 2006, is significantly expanding the scope of its existing s...

Natural Gas & LNG - Aug 28, 2014