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MAN Energy commissions three Indonesia plants


MAN Energy Solutions has successfully commissioned three power plants in the east of Indonesia.

African micro-utility firm buys EON Off-Grid Solutions


PowerGen Renewable Energy, a developer, builder, and operator of micro-utilities in Africa, has confirmed the acquisition of Rafiki Power (E.ON Off-Grid Solutions).

EON buys Swedish critical infrastructure firm


E.ON has acquired a Swedish company called Coromatic that is the Nordic region's leading provider of critical infrastructure.

Can critical equipment stand Europe’s heatwave?


As Europe faces one of the most extreme heatwaves in its history, businesses are being urged to address their power and cooling equipment contingency plans.

Rolls-Royce and GETEC sign decentralised energy pact


Rolls-Royce and German energy provider GETEC have signed a deal to design, build and operate decentralised energy systems in Europe.

Glastonbury Festival runs on solar, storage and vegetable oil generators


Onsite power provider Aggreko will deliver 25 MW of power and introduce several emission-reducing power solutions at this weekend’s Glastonbury Festival.

ENGIE strengthens EV interests with ChargePoint acquisition


French utility ENGIE has acquired ChargePoint Services, an electric vehicle public charging network provider in the UK.

Aggreko renews onsite power deal with Cirque du Soleil


Onsite power specialist Aggreko has renewed its partnership with legendary circus show Cirque du Soleil.

Industry opinion: Bridging the renewables gap - What role can gas hybrids play?


While the energy landscape seemed frozen in time for several decades from the 1950s until 2000, we have certainly come out of the ice age and are now headed, perhaps a little too quickly, to much warmer times.

Wärtsilä combines engines and storage with machine learning


Technology group Wärtsilä has today launched a new energy solution which combines engines with energy storage and machine learning.

ENGIE delivers first-time electricity with Zambia mini-grid


ENGIE has inaugurated its first mini-grid in Zambia which will bring electricity for the first time to a village pf 1500 people.

ABB and Rolls-Royce in microgrid and automation collaboration


ABB and Rolls-Royce have announced a global partnership on microgrid technology and advanced automation.

CHP plant set to slash carbon emissions of paper mill


E.ON is to build a state-of-the-art combined heat and power plant at a paper mill in the UK.

Getting a grip on data centre costs and efficiency


It will come as no surprise that modern data centres consume huge amounts of energy. In fact a recent report estimates that data centres will consume one-fifth of all the world’s electricity by 2025.

Utility bosses expect sharp rise in consumers going off-grid


Utility bosses believe that the risk of electricity consumers going off-grid and using it only as occasional backup will increase significantly in the next two years.

ABB signs storage and microgrid financing pact


ABB and fellow Swiss company SUSI Partners have signed a pact to promote the deployment of microgrids and energy storage.

Microgrid to be installed at university EV research centre


A microgrid is to be installed at a University of Toronto laboratory where it will be used to power research into electric vehicle charging.

Wartsila builds 130 MW Mexico gas plant in 11 months


Finnish technology company Wartsila has completed a 130 MW power plant in Mexico.

Aggreko launches mobile cooling towers


Onsite power specialist Aggreko has unveiled a new series of mobile cooling towers.

Perkins Engines in US landmark at POWER-GEN International


Perkins Engines will showcase its full electric power range in North America for the first time when it exhibits at POWER-GEN International this week.

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