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Siemens Energy has received an order for a condensing steam turbine generator to supply the Latvian capital Riga with district heat

Cybersecurity: Defending the grid

Cyber-attack is a modern threat posing a host of new risks to any organization using information technology – which effectively means all business.

To keep pace with economic growth, China must add another 90,000 MW by 2000

Chinese officials predict that 6 percent of the equipment and 25 percent of the financing for the new capacity will be from sources outside of China

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US power producer AES has lost a R5bn ($653m) contract that South Africa’s Minerals and Energy Department had awarded it as head of a consortium that would have built two gas fired peaking plants.

Nuclear power in the Middle East: Peril or opportunity for consultancies?

Considering their annual economic growth rate of more than 5 per cent and their limited availability of non-fossil resources, GCC countries have few possibilities for breaking their dependence on fossil fuels.

The 3D printing future has arrived

Additive manufacturing, or laser sintering, or selective laser melting - more commonly referred to as 3D printing - has the potential to effect fundamental changes in the way power plant components are designed, manufactured and distributed.

District heating and CHP in Russia: Room for improvement

he IEA has published the final in its series of country profiles for CHP and district heating/cooling – for Russia.

Value addition: assisting clean development with cogeneration

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) is a market mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol for reducing global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to mitigate anthropogenic climate change.

The Evolution of Risk Management

Failure to adopt risk management solutions that integrate an advanced understanding of human factors with technical management expertise will force power companies to compete on price alone, piling constant pressure on profit margins.

Carbon capture and utilization: Putting the ‘U’ in CCUS

Much has been written in these pages about the viability of carbon capture and storage (CCS), which the International Energy Agency (IEA), in its recent 20 Years of CCS: Accelerating Future Deployment report, called "the only technology solution capable of delivering significant emissions reductions from the use of fossil fuels in power generation and industrial processes".

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