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Hitachi ABB Power Grids announces Sustainability 2030

Hitachi ABB Power Grids announces Sustainability 2030

Hitachi ABB Power Grids has announced Sustainability 2030 - its strategic plan for sustainability. Through Sustainability 2030 the global technology leader has outlined its main commitments to act and drive business in a sustainable way.
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EWPG Holding AB Announces Name Change to "Eco Wave Power Global AB"

EWPG Holding AB Announces Name Change to "Eco Wave Power Global AB"

EWPG Holding AB, onshore wave energy developer in Sweden, announces that the Company's name will change to "Eco Wave Power Global".
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Better Options for Greening Dirty Power Stations

Better Options for Greening Dirty Power Stations

In cities, old fossil-fuelled power stations are valuable real estate, quickly grabbed for myriad other uses. In 2020, Beloit College in Wisconsin began operating a student union and recreation center in a former coal-burning power generator. On the southern coast of Massachusetts, a former 1,600-megawatt coal plant is being demolished to make way for a logistical port and support center for wind turbines expected to be erected about 35 miles off-shore.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 8, 2021
Flexible, High-Performance Transparent Electrodes

Flexible, High-Performance Transparent Electrodes

The future of electronic displays will be thin, flexible and durable. One barrier to this, however, is that one of the most widely used transparent conductors for electronic displays—indium tin oxide —doesn't perform as well on larger areas and can crack and break down with wear.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 3, 2021
The Powerhouse Future is Flexoelectric

The Powerhouse Future is Flexoelectric

Researchers have demonstrated "giant flexoelectricity" in soft elastomers that could improve robot movement range and make self-powered pacemakers a real possibility.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 7, 2021
Zero-Carbon Energy From Sea Water a Step Closer

Zero-Carbon Energy From Sea Water a Step Closer

Researchers have demonstrated a technique that could enable the production of robust, high-performance membranes to harness an abundant source of renewable energy.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 3, 2021
Europe's First Utility Scale Wave Energy Park

Europe's First Utility Scale Wave Energy Park

In the race to commercialize wave energy, the Brittany region in France may plant a flag as home to Europe's first utility scale commercial wave energy park. With the support of the region, Seabased, a wave energy company led by French CEO Laurent Albert, is planning to build a 10 MW wave power park in Audierne Bay.
Press Release
Wärtsilä Finalises Energy Storage Projects in the Philippines

Wärtsilä Finalises Energy Storage Projects in the Philippines

These are the first energy storage systems supplied by Wärtsilä to the Philippines. The projects are delivered on an engineering, procurement and construction basis, and include Wärtsilä's propriety software and hardware solutions.
Press Release
ACWA Power Signs MOU with Neutral Fuels for Red Sea Project

ACWA Power Signs MOU with Neutral Fuels for Red Sea Project

The ACWA Power-led consortium was awarded The Red Sea Development Company's highest value contract to design, build, operate and transfer The Red Sea Project's sustainable utilities infrastructure in November 2020. Once complete, the destination will become the first project of its scale in the world to be entirely powered by a range of renewable and sustainable energy sources, including biofuel.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 3, 2021
Wave Energy Project in Brazil for Eco Wave Power

Wave Energy Project in Brazil for Eco Wave Power

According to a study, Brazil has an estimated wave energy potential of 91.8 GW, considering the 7,491 km of the Brazilian coast. The study points out that the conversion of just one fifth of this potential would be enough to supply around 35% of the country's electricity demand. Another study, from, calculates that only the Northeast region, where Port of Pecém is located, would have an estimated ocean energy potential of 22 GW.
Press Release
Hitachi ABB Power Grids announces Sustainability 2030

Hitachi ABB Power Grids announces Sustainability 2030

Hitachi ABB Power Grids has announced Sustainability 2030 - its strategic plan for sustainability. Through Sustainability 2030 the global technology leader has outlined its main commitments to act and drive business in a sustainable way.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Better Options for Greening Dirty Power Stations

Better Options for Greening Dirty Power Stations

In cities, old fossil-fuelled power stations are valuable real estate, quickly grabbed for myriad other uses. In 2020, Beloit College in Wisconsin began operating a student union and recreation center in a former coal-burning power generator. On the southern coast of Massachusetts, a former 1,600-megawatt coal plant is being demolished to make way for a logistical port and support center for wind turbines expected to be erected about 35 miles off-shore.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 3, 2021
The Powerhouse Future is Flexoelectric

The Powerhouse Future is Flexoelectric

Researchers have demonstrated "giant flexoelectricity" in soft elastomers that could improve robot movement range and make self-powered pacemakers a real possibility.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 3, 2021
Europe's First Utility Scale Wave Energy Park

Europe's First Utility Scale Wave Energy Park

In the race to commercialize wave energy, the Brittany region in France may plant a flag as home to Europe's first utility scale commercial wave energy park. With the support of the region, Seabased, a wave energy company led by French CEO Laurent Albert, is planning to build a 10 MW wave power park in Audierne Bay.
Press Release
ACWA Power Signs MOU with Neutral Fuels for Red Sea Project

ACWA Power Signs MOU with Neutral Fuels for Red Sea Project

The ACWA Power-led consortium was awarded The Red Sea Development Company's highest value contract to design, build, operate and transfer The Red Sea Project's sustainable utilities infrastructure in November 2020. Once complete, the destination will become the first project of its scale in the world to be entirely powered by a range of renewable and sustainable energy sources, including biofuel.
Press Release
EWPG Holding AB Announces Name Change to "Eco Wave Power Global AB"

EWPG Holding AB Announces Name Change to "Eco Wave Power Global AB"

EWPG Holding AB, onshore wave energy developer in Sweden, announces that the Company's name will change to "Eco Wave Power Global".
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 8, 2021
Flexible, High-Performance Transparent Electrodes

Flexible, High-Performance Transparent Electrodes

The future of electronic displays will be thin, flexible and durable. One barrier to this, however, is that one of the most widely used transparent conductors for electronic displays—indium tin oxide —doesn't perform as well on larger areas and can crack and break down with wear.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 7, 2021
Zero-Carbon Energy From Sea Water a Step Closer

Zero-Carbon Energy From Sea Water a Step Closer

Researchers have demonstrated a technique that could enable the production of robust, high-performance membranes to harness an abundant source of renewable energy.
Press Release
Wärtsilä Finalises Energy Storage Projects in the Philippines

Wärtsilä Finalises Energy Storage Projects in the Philippines

These are the first energy storage systems supplied by Wärtsilä to the Philippines. The projects are delivered on an engineering, procurement and construction basis, and include Wärtsilä's propriety software and hardware solutions.
Off Grid Energy Independence
Jun 3, 2021
Wave Energy Project in Brazil for Eco Wave Power

Wave Energy Project in Brazil for Eco Wave Power

According to a study, Brazil has an estimated wave energy potential of 91.8 GW, considering the 7,491 km of the Brazilian coast. The study points out that the conversion of just one fifth of this potential would be enough to supply around 35% of the country's electricity demand. Another study, from, calculates that only the Northeast region, where Port of Pecém is located, would have an estimated ocean energy potential of 22 GW.