Energy and Utilities

Stora Enso and energy company Gasum have signed a contract to build a biogas plant at Stora Enso’s Nymölla paper mill in Sweden. The plant, built and operated by Gasum, will turn the mill’s wastewater effluent into renewable energy. more

Swedish energy tech company Climeon has increased its capacity with the launch of a new test centre for the development and testing of heat power modules. more

ABB has won an order worth more than $20 million from MHI Vestas Offshore Wind for the delivery of innovative, energy efficient and compact WindSTAR transformers, specifically designed for wind turbine installation. more

UK beverage maker Britvic, has announced it now powers all of its operations across British from 100 percent renewable electricity, after securing a four-year deal with energy provider E.ON. more

AF has acquired energy expert P.A.P as it aims to establish itself on the Danish energy market and create a strong basis for further growth in the Nordics. more

Turkey’s first energy generation plant which will generate energy from Waste Heat using the technology of ‘Organic Rankine Cycle’ project, will be supplied by Team Italy. more

Slovakia aims to boost energy security with a new gas pipeline that is to be built to link the country to Poland. more

Polypipe, the UK’s leading manufacturer of underfloor heating systems, has officially launched a £250,000 training facility to inspire the next generation of budding heating professionals. more

BASF and LetterOne have reached an agreement to merge their oil and gas businesses, Wintershall and DEA, to form a joint venture operating under the name Wintershall DEA. more

ABB has won a significant contract to supply high-voltage direct current (HVDC) converter stations in Tajikistan and Pakistan. more

The Polish economy is the eighth largest in the EU and the biggest among the former Soviet states. Its nominal GDP is $571.320 million in 2017, the 23rd largest in the world, making a nominal GDP per capita of $15,050. more

Slovakia is hoping to boost energy security via a new gas pipeline linking the country with Poland. more

For almost 70 years the Hellenic Cables Group has led the field in the development of advanced, submarine and data-transmission cables, as well as in a broad range of other high performance cable systems. more

Citral-Anlage der BASF in Ludwigshafen / Citral plant at BASF's

Bernhard Kunz BASF SE

A new German industrial alliance has been formed to boost the development and production of synthetic fuels for cars, planes, heating and a range of other applications using renewable energy. more

Fuel cell stack producer PowerCell Sweden AB has delivered two S2 fuel cell stacks to the German research institute Fraunhofer IMM in Mainz. more

The technology group Wärtsilä is launching the next SparkUp Challenge for start-ups. This time the focus is on the energy field with Power-to-X technologies. more

Last year, industrial valves specialist AS-Schneider signed a cooperation agreement with the Saudi Arabian production and distribution company Binzagr. The production of valves and valve blocks has now been officially under way on-site since July. more

The Greek shipping company TMS Tankers is putting the Bremen-based RWO Veolia's intelligent Clean Bilge Monitoring System through a three-month practical test. The results it obtains will be used in the development of additional features. more

The 75.9 megawatt Solberg wind power park situated 100 kilometers northwest of Örnsköldsvik, Sweden with an annual production estimated to be 253 gigawatt hours (GWh). more

Built on an 11 hectare area outside of Gothenburg, Solcellsparken will be Sweden's largest solar park of 5.5 MW, which will supply electricity to approximately 1,000 villas over a year. more


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