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One unified event for Europe’s power and energy sector


European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe, a three-day event that spotlights every part of the energy ecosystem, is coming to Paris.

GE Renewable Energy in global hydropower deal


Emrgy Inc has signed an agreement with GE Renewable Energy focusing on Emrgy’s micro hydrokinetic technology.

Don't miss this webcast to discover what's new at POWERGEN 2019


POWERGEN International is the conference that represents the power generation sector as it is and as it strives to be in the future. The industry is ever changing and so are we. Evolution is always coming and we plan to always meet it head-on.

POWERGEN India 2020 to support energy transition in India


Clarion Energy & iTEN Media announce the launch of POWERGEN India 2020 co-located with Indian Utility Week & DISTRIBUTECH India

Black & Veatch restructures to address energy transition


US energy company Black & Veatch has reorganized its global power business to put a fresh emphasis on its renewables arm and launch a distributed energy group.

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.

Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day


Today is International Women in Engineering Day, a global awareness campaign to raise the profile of women in engineering and focus attention on the amazing career opportunities available to girls in the industry.

EWF launches world’s first open source blockchain for the energy industry


The Energy Web Foundation (EWF) this week announced that it has launched the world’s first public, open-source, enterprise-grade blockchain tailored to the energy sector: the Energy Web Chain (EW Chain).

Three firms develop zinc hybrid battery technology for UK


Three energy companies are collaborating on a pioneering zinc hybrid battery technology that they are ultimately targeting at the UK's  industrial and commercial market.

Blockchain project aims to unlock ‘siloed’ energy potential


A new project aims to use blockchain to help create a shared register for power generation and energy storage asset data in the UK.

Women in engineering: Inspiring the female future


On 23 June 1919, a committee of influential women sensed a new dawn. The First World War had ended, and significant steps had been taken towards women’s suffrage.

Industry opinion: Reducing negative impacts of urbanisation through emerging technologies


How digitalisation and decentralisation can work in tandem to unleash significant benefits for the smart cities of the future

Feature: Why smooth integration of DER is key for decarbonization


The decarbonization of the energy sector was once a distant aspiration. However, recent developments in the power industry have set us on course towards decarbonization before the mid-century, and this aspiration is now considered a reasonable (albeit ambitious) goal.

Toshiba in peer-to-peer trading research with Japan utility


Japanese utility Tohoku Electric Power and Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions are to collaborate on joint research into distributed energy peer-to-peer electricity trading.

UK in $3m green gas project


A £2.4m ($3m) project is underway in the UK to investigate ways of decarbonizing the country’s gas networks by introducing more 'green' gases such as biomethane.

Amsterdam set for $455m district heating boost


Vattenfall is to optimize and connect the district heating networks in Amsterdam.

Electrification and renewables boom across Europe will require huge grid resilience


Grid companies will need to deliver around 90 GW of new transmission lines across Europe by 2040 to cope with a boom in renewables generation and a significant surge in the electrification of transport and heating.

ENGIE acquires Swiss startup to achieve energy transition goals


French multinational ENGIE has acquired a Swiss-based smart home energy management solutions firm as part of efforts to achieve its decentralisation and digitisation goals

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.

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