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European Turbine Network notes positives for gas-fired power

The European Turbine Network believes recent developments in the EU's power generation scene augur well for gas-fired power, but primarily in terms of re-starting mothballed facilities.

Orbital’s tidal turbine starts exporting clean power

Orbital Marine Power's O2, touted as being the world's most powerful tidal turbine, has commenced grid connected power generation at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney.

Orbital Marine Power launches the O2 tidal turbine

Orbital Marine Power, Scottish-based developers of floating tidal turbine technology, has successfully launched its 2MW tidal turbine, the Orbital O2, from the Port of Dundee.

Baker Hughes and Snam test hybrid hydrogen turbine for gas transmission network

Baker Hughes and Snam say they have successfully completed testing on a first-ever hybrid hydrogen gas turbine for natural gas transmission systems.

Combined generation saves RWE during network failure

Two RWE plants in the UK have been used to ensure secure energy supply following a network failure which would have caused grid instability for 16 days.

Mitsubishi to acquire UK power transmission network

Japan's Mitsubishi is to acquire power transmission cables for an offshore wind farm in the UK, as the company looks to grow its influence in the European renewables market.

Nova Innovation leads €20m European tidal energy project

Scottish tidal energy company Nova Innovation is to head a consortium of nine leading industrial, academic and research organisations in a major new European project.

How gas turbines and engines fit into the new energy mix

Germany wants to increase overall energy efficiency by 27 per cent and decrease CO2 emissions by 40 per cent by 2020. To hit these targets, the country is putting its faith in power from renewables, backed up and complemented by the most efficient use of fossil fuels

Sustainable Energy Week to highlight potential of microturbines

European Turbine Network, COGEN Europe, AEBIOM and the Renewable Heating & Cooling Platform are to organise a policy session entitled "Micro-Gas Turbines put a new spin on green energy production" during the forthcoming EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW).

The role of turbines in the European energy mix

In the post-COP21 era, you may think that steam and gas turbines as suppliers of heat, and as motors to drive turbo generators to produce electricity, are no longer needed; that a decarbonized energy generation may imply the end of the use of turbine technology.