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GEV Wind Power, one of Europe's leading maintenance companies in the wind energy sector, will be exhibiting its cutting edge advancements in turbine blade maintenance at EWEA Offshore in Copenhagen on 10-12th March 2015. GEV's innovative Habitat represents a major milestone in the maintenance of remote wind turbines, enabling engineers to complete essential works in a weather-protected environment. Whilst the simultaneous launch of a camera-based blade inspection service and GEV's own cloud based resource planning tool will help to further reduce operating costs. The Habitat is expected to save the wind energy sector between three and five lost days in each maintenance [...]
Thu, Feb 26, 2015, Continue reading at the source
RadiantInsights.com has announced the addition of "Global Hydro Turbine Generator Unit Market 2015 – Industry Analysis, Market Size, Competitive, Trends: Radiant Insights" Market Research Report to their Database. For overview analysis, the report introduces Hydro Turbine Generator Unitbasic information including definition, classification, application, industry chain structure, industry overview, policy analysis, and news analysis, etc. Browse Full Report With TOC @http://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-hydro-turbine-generator-unit-industry-2015-market-research-report For international and China market analysis, the report analyzes Hydro Turbine Generator Unitmarkets in China and other countries or regions (such as US, Europe, Japan, etc) by presenting research on global products of different types and applications, developments and trends of [...]
Tue, Feb 24, 2015, Continue reading at the source
Hotel Nikko San Francisco recently installed two Capstone C65 (65kW) microturbines to increase energy efficiency by simultaneously generating electricity for the building's power and thermal energy for the hotel's hot water supply. Known as Combined Heat and Power (CHP), or cogeneration, the exhaust heat captured from the microturbines is transferred to heat exchangers to be converted into thermal energy for hot water production. The two low-emission, natural gas powered microturbines will generate over 1,000,000 kWh of electricity annually plus up to 830,000 BTU/hour for the building's hot water needs. The microturbines are grid connected and California Air Resources Board (CARB) [...]
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