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COVID-19 the ‘biggest shock to energy system’ in decades says IEA

The Covid-19 pandemic is the "biggest shock to the global energy system in more than seven decades" according to a new report from the International Energy Agency.

Big names and hot topics at Enlit Europe

Despite the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and the imposition of lockdowns in many countries, work is continuing on developing the programme of Enlit...

Scottish Power to install biggest battery in Europe at windfarm

The Scottish government has given utility Scottish Power the go-ahead to install Europe's biggest industrial-scale battery to date to store energy generated at the 539MW Whitelee onshore wind farm.

Shell takes big stake in microgrid specialist as ‘grid edge shopping spree’ continues

Shell New Energies has announced the acquisition of a majority share in  microgrid company GI Energy, marking the sixth investment by the oil major in grid edge companies inside 18 months.

Iran to upgrade power plant serving world’s biggest gas field

Iran is set to upgrade a power plant serving the world's largest gas field. 

Briggs & Stratton aims for bigger leagues

Wisconsin-based Briggs & Stratton have recently launched a new standby generator, moving out of their comfort zone to deliver larger engines.

Steam turbines: Big prospects for small units

Growing demand for distributed energy systems supplying heat and power is placing a premium on flexibility of design from manufacturers servicing an incredibly diverse market from mechanical drives, process heat and steam, and power generation.

Biggest ever annual loss confirmed at E.ON

Germany's largest utility, E.ON, has announced its biggest ever annual loss, yet its chief financial officer says the company is â€Ëœgenerally satisfied' with its 2014 results.

Doosan Heavy hails Rabigh safety milestone

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction's site office at the construction of the Rabigh 2 power plant in Saudi Arabia has achieved 40 million hours of accident-free operations.

GE’s biggest acquisition as Alstom deal done

After a protracted negotiation over the course of six weeks, complicated by a firm rival bid from Siemens and Mitsubishi, General Electric has emerged as the victor in a $16.9bn deal to takeover French power equipment manufacturer Alstom.