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Clyde Bergemann in coal-to-biomass conversion deal

Clyde Bergemann Materials Handling has won a contract for the supply of 12 biomass pellet feed systems for a former UK coal plant that is being converted to run on biomass.

Clyde Bergemann wins $10m Polish cogeneration deal

Clyde Bergemann Power Group Europe (CBPG) has won a $10m deal to design, supply and commission SO2 and dust reduction systems for a cogeneration plant in Będzin, Poland.


Iberdrola is selling all its indirect shareholding in four Guatemalan utilities to the Columbian company Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM) for $326.45m as it tightens its focus on Mexico and Brazil.

Converteam powers offshore wind turbine installation cranes

Converteam, a specialist in power conversion, has won a contract for electrical equipment and instrumentation for three 800-tonne capacity offshore wind turbine installation cranes from GustoMSC in the Netherlands.

UK’s largest waste-to-energy plant will be equipped with Clyde Bergemann’s on-load...

Von Roll Inova, the Swiss subsidiary of the international conglomerate A-TEC Industries, has awarded Clyde Bergemann with the turnkey delivery of three SCS Shower Cleaning Systems to be installed in the 72 MW Riverside facility.

Ash handling: Why dry bottoms are better than wet bottoms

 Traditionally, bottom ash has been handled in a wet condition via established technologies such as impounded hoppers or submerged scrapper conveyors. A more modern approach has been to develop dry techniques that offer the following advantages, including increased thermal efficiency and reduction of unburned carbon, the removal of water systems and treatment and an improvement in ash quality. 

FAG online condition monitoring system prevents costly failure of a power...

An FAG DTECT X1 online vibration monitoring system has prevented the failure of a steam turbine, which could have cost the Corus plant in Scunthorpe, UK many thousands of pounds in lost power generation.


Italian company Enel has formed a joint venture with French company EDF to build and operate at least four nuclear reactors in Italy.


UK energy watchdog Ofgem has launched a formal investigation into RWE npower and the methods the UK’s fourth-biggest gas and electricity group uses to sign up customers.


French nuclear energy firm Areva has raised its bid for Repower to €140 ($186) per share, beating India’s Suzlon Energy’s bid and securing a 30 per cent stake in the German wind turbine maker.

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