Patent received for a pitch energy system
Richardson Electronics has announced the issuance of US Patent No. 11,073,130 (the ’130 Patent). The ’130 Patent is a result of Richardson’s solutions for replacing lead-acid batteries in wind turbine pitch systems.
Engineering a sea change in ocean wave energy harvesting
Columbia Power Technologies has announced that it is helping to expand the marine economy by providing reliable, cost-effective energy harvesting and storage, data and communication services for offshore assets.
100MW energy storage to support renewable integration
The technology group Wärtsilä has announced that it will supply 100MW / 200MWh of energy storage systems to Pivot Power, part of EDF Renewables, for its next two projects in the West Midlands, England, to support the roll-out of Pivot Power’s innovative Energy Superhub model.
Electric boats square off in Monaco e-boat race
The Monaco Yacht Club hosted the first competition between green energy boats. Candela C-7, an electric foiling boat, is available for test drives during the event. Teams from around the world gather in Monaco this week in preparation to race their electric boats during the Monaco Energy Challenge, a competition that ‘aims to stimulate the creativity of tomorrow’s engineers and the industry to develop propulsion methods usin...
Smart building budget shortfalls risk sustainability
Building decision-makers list budget constraints and buy-in from senior leadership as the two biggest barriers to their adoption of smart building technologies, according to a new research report from Johnson Controls.
Why you shouldn’t throw away your smart meters
You are a utility distribution grid operator faced with the challenge of managing millions of meters. You are planning to deploy advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) with new smart meters to enable automated meter readings, demand response programs, remote connect and disconnect, and improved outage management. By Vitaly Goltsberg, Energy Business Unit Director, Analog Devices
How are homes driving the green transition?
Electric vehicles are driving the UK’s green transition, helping the nation on its journey towards sustainability and net zero emissions by 2050. To achieve this goal, the sale of new petrol and diesel cars will be banned after 2030, meaning that the future roads are guaranteed to look more electric. By Ella Pumford, Content Manager at St. Modwen Homes.
Solar farm boom in east of England
Renewable energy is booming in the east of England after an ‘extraordinary’ five months when connection approvals for new solar farms more than doubled in energy capacity compared to same period last year.
Six ways the manufacturing sector can reduce emissions
As the UK begins to move towards its net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050, businesses in all sectors must reduce their CO2 output. According to the March 2021 Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy, the manufacturing sector accounts for a sixth of all UK greenhouse gas emissions, highlighting the work needed in the sector to reduce emissions.
Parker joins Hydrogen Council to accelerate deployment of clean energy solutions
Parker Hannifin has announced it has joined the Hydrogen Council, a global CEO-led initiative of leading companies with a united vision and long-term ambition: for hydrogen to foster the clean energy transition and create a better, more resilient future.