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Natural gas and oil power plants power gas turbines by burning natural gas, heavy oil or an alternative gas. Gas power plants can offer increased efficiency from regular power plants using combined cycle gas turbines.

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Virtual power plant market to be worth $4.5bn by 2024 says report


The global market for virtual power plants is expected to be worth $4.5bn by 2024 according to new research.

Ansaldo wins deal for 300 MW German gas plant


Ansaldo Energia will build and supply the power generation equipment for a 300-MW German gas-fired facility.

DOE injects $40m into hydrogen projects


The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced approximately $40m in funding will be invested into 29 H2@Scale projects in the...

Net zero carbon emissions ‘impossible’ without hydrogen says UK energy alliance


The UK’s North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA) is calling for government investment in hydrogen projects to meet ambitious carbon...

Journalists to use hydrogen fuel cell bikes at G7 Summit


A fleet of hydrogen fuel cell bikes will be heading to the G7 World Summit to provide sustainable transport for journalists cov...

Sulzer presents cutting-edge technology at POWERGEN Asia


Leading provider of turnkey repair solutions and pumping equipment to the power generation sector, Sulzer, will be exhibiting a...

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Dr Sven-Hendrik Wiers, MAN Diesel & Turbo

Dr Sven-Hendrik Wiers of MAN Diesel & Turbo discusses gas turbines for combined heat and power applications in China

Finding perfect partners

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Capacity auctions: treating the symptoms, not the cause

Britain’s energy market, once the envy of free-marketeers after Margaret Thatcher ended decades of nationalisation in the 1980s, is once again under the spotlight - for all the wrong reasons

Divide and conquer

Greek EPC firm Metka is expanding both technologically and geographically to create a diversified business for a new energy landscape

Seeing the future in 3D

The additive manufacturing building will be for Siemens’ 3D-printing specialist Materials Solutions and will continue work on gas turbines and other turbomachinery.
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