5 MW Wave Power Gibraltar

5 MW Wave Power Gibraltar


the buoys are fully equipped with sensors which continuously monitor the performance of the various subsystems and surrounding ocean environment

Gibraltar is enjoying it’s wave power.

In 2015, Eco Wave Power started to build a 5 megawatt ocean power plant at the Gibraltar coast.

It’s now connected to the grid, providing 1 MW to the national grid which will be extended to 5 MW.  Read More

Iran builds solar power plant

Iran builds solar power plant

Students visit a solar power plant in Iran

Iran starts building a solar power plant in Hamadan. 

Germany’s ‘Planet In Green’ has been chosen for the 100 MW Solar Plant.

Germany will invest $2.9 billion in Hamedan over a 10-year period and each year, solar panels and other facilities which use solar power (including power plants). Read More

China’s goal 2020: 10 GW CSP

China's goal 2020: 10 GW CSP

Four big CSP plants will be realized gradually from 2018-2020, using the experiences of demonstration projects.

CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) is growing in China. Before, China tested two small-scale CSP-plants in the operational phase.

Bloomberg: ‘China plans to more than triple solar power capacity by 2020 to as much as 143 gigawatts to help reduce carbon emissions’

Right now, China is building seven plants and again zeven in the near future.  Read More

Money is the energy saver for industries

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resLoadSim model

Most of the industrial companies invest in (green) energy savings because of the direct financial benefits. Saving energy is no priority. This is the result from ECN interviews with seven companies in various sectors. Read More

Hydrodynamic screw reverses for renewable energy

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Water from the lake at Penllergare Valley Woods flows downwards to the river below, turning the screw to produce electricity.

With rising energy costs, not only is industry looking for energy-saving solutions, but even better are energy-producing solutions. Hydrodynamic screws are a low-cost, environmentally sound way to generate energy. Their origins go back to ancient Greece. Andritz Atro gave the original disign a new twist. Read More