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2017 PEI Issue 3

Using big data for power equipment condition prognosis

There is almost no asset that does not have maintenance costs. 

Q&A: Trading storage on the energy market

Large-scale battery energy storage solutions are increasingly seen as able play a balancing role as more variable renewable power sources are integrated onto the world's grids. 

Looking beyond SCR for cost-effective NOx reduction

Tightening NOx emissions limits around the world are making it more difficult for coal-fired power plants to meet compliance levels. 

India Focus: Financing the renewables dream

There are few countries in the world - and arguably none in the so-called developing world - that have renewable energy targets as ambitious as those of India.

Critical thinking: Ultra and supercritical technology focus

Supercritical steam plant technology is today the option of choice for most new coal-fired power stations. 

Why India is poised for a boom in emissions-reduction technology

Coal remains central to India's power needs primarily due to energy security issues.

Centre of excellence targets cutting emissions

The Centre of Excellence is headquartered in Switzerland and brings together experts from across the GE business to offer a total plant hardware and software solution to boost the efficiency of new and existing coal-fired plants. 

Turkey poised for first digital power plant

GE and Turkey's Gama Enerji have signed an agreement to operate the plant, marking the first use of industrial cloud software applications in a power plant in Turkey to improve efficiency and productivity.

Meeting European emissions requirements

The CET II power plant is located in the city of Iasi, approximately 400 km northeast of the Romanian capital Bucharest.

Project Update

Siemens inaugurates first phase of Egypt megaproject German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi headed the list of VIPs as Siemens inaugurated the first phase of its so-called megaproject in Egypt earlier...