Caterpillar has announced that it will amalgamate its Electric Power and Marine & Petroleum Power Divisions to form a the new Electric Power, Marine and Oil & Gas Division in response to market conditions.
Global installed capacity for gas generators will more than double in the next decade from the current 8.4 GW to 18.8 GW by 2025, according to a new report.
Caterpillar today warned it could shed 10,000 jobs by 2018 as part of a radical restructuring and cost reduction plan.
An oil-fired power plant just outside Kabul in Afghanistan, which was designed to bolster the country’s fragile power infrastructure, has been hit by serious cost over runs and is still not yet completed, eight years after construction begun in 2007.
The UK should exploit its unique offshore engineering capabilities to build a carbon capture and storage sector.
A new waste water treatment plant in Delhi, India is set to process up to 91 million litres of waste water daily features three biogas-fired gensets.
A new Caterpillar product, the Modular Power Plant, has been launched.
The rise of renewables requires the engines driving Europe’s future conventional power plants to be flexible in order to support increased use of wind and solar technologies, while also being low-cost and sustainable.
The financial arm of Caterpillar is to back a plan to construct an 18 MW power plant in Yorkshire, England which will be fuelled by waste cooking oil.
A UK technology institute is looking for partners to take part in a £13m project to design and build a demonstrator plant to convert waste into electricity and heat.