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Riding a wave of potential

A 21st century challenge for the power industry is to harness the natural power of the sea on a sufficient scale to provide a stream of predictable and affordable low-carbon electricity.

Fukushima: The impact on the European power mix

Two months after the 9.0 magnitude Tohoku earthquake that shook Japan and the tsunami that ripped through the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the country is slowly coming to terms with the aftermath of an incident rated maximum level seven on the International Nuclear Event Scale (INES).

Finland’s energy powerhouse

The area surrounding the western Finnish coastal city of Vaasa holds 2 per cent of Finland's population of around 5,500,000, but one quarter of its energy sector.


ESAB is launching the Origo Mig 4001i welding machines for efficient welding of high-alloy materials in demanding applications.

Navigating the energy transition

Europe's energy landscape is in a state of transition. The penetration of renewables is gaining pace, throwing doubt on the future role of fossil fuel and nuclear plants and opening the door for the adoption of flexible, on-site power solutions.

Sustainable urban heating: Renovating district heating services in eastern Europe

District heating systems in central and eastern Europe tend to perform poorly compared with those in western Europe.


Helsinki studies nuclear district heating option Nuclear district heating is the most cost-efficient way to reduce the Helsinki metropolitan area's carbon dioxide emissions from heat...