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  • Tangled magnetic fields power cosmic particle accelerators
    Magnetic field lines tangled like spaghetti in a bowl might be behind the most powerful particle accelerators in the universe. That's the result of a new computational study that simulated particle emissions from distant active galaxies.
  • On the trail of the Higgs Boson
    In a quest to understand the production mechanisms for the Higgs Boson, a researcher has investigated the traces of a rare process, called ttH, in which the Higgs Boson is produced in association with a pair of elementary particles referred to as top quarks.
  • A step closer to fusion energy
    Harnessing nuclear fusion is a step closer after researchers showed that using two types of imaging can help them assess the safety and reliability of parts used in a fusion energy device.
  • Innate 'fingerprint' could detect tampered steel parts
    Researchers using magnetic signals have found unique 'fingerprints' on steel, which could help to verify weapons treaties and reduce the use of counterfeit bolts in the construction industry.
  • Photonic radiation sensors survive huge doses undamaged
    Researchers have published landmark test results that suggest a promising class of sensors can be used in high-radiation environments and to advance important medical, industrial and research applications.
  • Treated superalloys demonstrate unprecedented heat resistance
    Researchers have discovered how to make 'superalloys' even more super, extending useful life by thousands of hours. The discovery could improve materials performance for electrical generators and nuclear reactors.
  • A new lead on a 50-year-old radiation damage mystery
    For half a century, researchers have seen loops of displaced atoms appearing inside nuclear reactor steel after exposure to radiation, but no one could work out how.
  • Doubly-excited electrons reach new energy states
    Scientists have now characterized the higher energy levels reached by electrons in resonance in three-particle systems, which are too complex to be described using simple equations. This theoretical model is intended to offer guidance for experimentalists interested in observing these resonant structures in positronium ions.
  • Levitating particles could lift nuclear detective work
    Laser-based 'optical tweezers' could levitate uranium and plutonium particles, thus allowing the measurement of nuclear recoil during radioactive decay. This technique provides a new method for conducting the radioactive particle analysis essential to nuclear forensics
  • Peak performance: New stellarator experiments show promising results
    Imagine building a machine so advanced and precise you need a supercomputer to help design it. That's exactly what scientists and engineers in Germany did when building the Wendelstein 7-X experiment. The device is a type of fusion device called a stellarator.
  • Taming plasmas: Improving fusion using microwaves
    We all know microwaves are good for cooking popcorn, but scientists have recently shown they can also prevent dangerous waves in plasmas and help produce clean, nearly limitless energy with fusion. Fusion takes place when fast moving atomic particles slam into each other and stick together. The particles need to be so hot that atoms break down, leaving a gas of charged particle...
  • Inside job: A new technique to cool a fusion reactor
    Fusion offers the potential of near limitless energy by heating a gas trapped in a magnetic field to incredibly high temperatures where atoms are so energetic that they fuse together when they collide. But if that hot gas, called a plasma, breaks free from the magnetic field, it must be safely put back in place to avoid damaging the fusion device -- this problem has been one of...
  • A faster, cheaper path to fusion energy
    Scientists are working to dramatically speed up the development of fusion energy in an effort to deliver power to the electric grid soon enough to help mitigate impacts of climate change. The arrival of a breakthrough technology -- high-temperature superconductors, which can be used to build magnets that produce stronger magnetic fields than previously possible -- could help th...
  • New quantum criticality discovered in superconductivity
    Using solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (ssNMR) techniques, scientists have discovered a new quantum criticality in a superconducting material, leading to a greater understanding of the link between magnetism and unconventional superconductivity.
  • A first 'snapshot' of the complete spectrum of neutrinos emitted by the sun
    About 99 percent of the sun's energy emitted as neutrinos is produced through nuclear reaction sequences initiated by proton-proton (pp) fusion in which hydrogen is converted into helium, say scientists.
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  • Kairos – Developing advanced nuclear energy in Alameda
    In some ways, Kairos Power has a familiar sounding story. It is a California-based start-up founded by three bright people, all with a tie to Cal Berkeley (UCB). They have decided to turn their grant-funded tech research into a for-profit company. One of the founders, Dr. Per Peterson, is a long established UCB professor with […] The post Kairos – Developing advanc...
  • Turning nuclear into a fuel dominated business
    Under our current energy paradigm, nuclear power has the reputation of needing enormous up-front capital investments. Once those investments have been made and the plants are complete, the payoff is that they have low recurring fuel costs. Just the opposite is said of simple cycle natural gas fired combustion turbines. They require a small capital […] The post Turning nu...
  • Serious, timely, vital conversation about effects of ionizing radiation
    Recently, the American Nuclear Society and the Health Physics Society hosted an historically important meeting on updating the scientific basis for low dose radiation protection standards. Attendees discussed the effects of low dose radiation, the existing radiation protection construct that has evolved to minimize the impact of those effects, and ways to take advantage of [&he...
  • Making sense from radiation protection controversy
    During the past two days, I’ve spent 20-30 hours listening to and participating in a sometimes heated and often polite discussion about the health effects of low dose radiation and the rules established or needed to ensure adequate protection. It’s part of a controversy that has deep roots and stubbornly entrenched sides with a much […] The post Making sense ...
  • Displacing LNT assertion with evidence
    A joint ANS/HPS (American Nuclear Society/Health Physics Society) meeting titled “Applicability of Radiation Protection Models to Low Dose Protection Standards” (hashtag #LowDose2018) will kick-off tonight. This much anticipated event has attracted 200 medical, radiation and nuclear energy experts to the booming metropolis of Pasco, WA. The site is appropriate, Pasc...
  • Fission heated gas turbines address MIT Future of Nuclear challenges. Easier, straighter, less costly path
    Addressing Recommendations of MIT Future of Nuclear Energy In a Carbon Constrained World The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a world renowned institution that has produced thousands of highly educated engineers and scientists. It is generously supported by foundations, corporations and governments. In 2003, the MIT Energy Initiative, began publishing a series of ...
  • California’s 100% clean electricity goal will be met more quickly and cheaply after PG&E reverses Diablo Canyon decision
    Governor Jerry Brown’s signature is the last obstacle for SB100, a bill that establishes California’s goal of producing 100% of its electricity from zero carbon sources by 2040. The bill also includes a goal of 60% of electricity from renewables, but that leaves a big space in the market for zero emission power sources like […] The post California’s 100...
  • Documentary evidence that fossil fuel industry knew–by 1948–that it faced prospect that atomic energy would make it obsolete
    No industry cheerfully accepts the prospect that a newly developed technology could make it obsolete. Executives and investors earn much of their wealth by constantly evaluating potential threats to their business. They invest time, energy and resources in conceiving and implementing response or prevention plans. “Inside the Atom” is a 1948 vintage snapshot of the [...
  • Methods used to create the “no safe dose” myth about radiation supports immediate transition to a better model
    In 1960, there was growing public concern about the potential health effects of atomic radiation. It was well known that low intensity ionizing radiation had always been a part of our natural environment. It was also well known that mankind had developed ways to produce and control ionizing radiation to great benefit in diagnostic medicine […] The post Methods used to cr...
  • NAVIGANT analysis of Vogtle expansion provided to JEA in Sep 2017 understates fuel price risks
    Aaron Zahn, the interim managing director and CEO of the Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA), believes it is time to give up on the Vogtle expansion project. On August 17, he sent a letter to James Fuller, the President and CEO of of MEAG (Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia) Power detailing his company’s desire to rid […] The post NAVIGANT analysis of Vogtle...
  • Digging into NextEra’s decision to close Duane Arnold Energy Center
    On Friday, July 27, NextEra Energy Resources issued a press release titled NextEra Energy Resources and Alliant Energy agree to shorten the term of the Duane Arnold Energy Center power purchase agreement; Alliant Energy customers to save hundreds of millions of dollars. Aside: While researching this article, I learned that the word “will” is considered […] Th...
  • Why can’t existing nuclear plants make money in today’s electricity markets?
    What does it mean when nuclear plant owners tell people that their plants are struggling to make money in competitive markets as currently structured? They are attempting to more precisely state what is often misleadingly dismissed by journalists as “nuclear plants cannot compete.” The more commonly used statement gives the impression that nuclear plants produce [&h...
  • With immediate and profound changes, U.S. nuclear power can become an unexpected but welcome low carbon wedge
    Researchers from Carnegie Mellon, University of San Diego, and Harvard recently published a useful call to action titled U.S. nuclear power: The vanishing low-carbon wedge. For pro-nuclear observers and debaters, their conclusion may seem quite depressing. It should be a source of profound concern for all who care about climate change that, for entirely predictable […] T...
  • Nuclear plant output in China poised for rapid increases in 2018-2020
    The last two days in June 2018 saw the first power generation from two separate first of a kind nuclear plants in China. Taishan 1, a 1650 MWe European Pressurized Reactor (EPR) was connected to the grid at 5:59 pm local time on June 29, 2018. Less than 24 hours later, at 4:48 pm local […] The post Nuclear plant output in China poised for rapid increases in 2018-2020 app...
  • Returning soon
    Many days have passed since the last post here. Those of you who follow @Atomicrod on Twitter know that I have neither disappeared nor retired completely from the fray. After the 4th of July, you should begin seeing more frequent, but still irregular updates here. A word of advice based on recent learning experiences; I’ll […] The post Returning soon appeared first...

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  • Coming changes in marine fuel sulfur limits will affect global oil markets
    International regulations limiting sulfur in fuels for ocean-going vessels, set to take effect in January 2020, have implications for vessel operators, refiners, and global oil markets. Stakeholders will respond to these regulations in different ways, increasing uncertainty for crude oil and petroleum product price formation in both the short and long term.
  • South Korea stopped importing condensate from Iran before receiving sanctions waivers
    South Korea, the world’s leading importer of condensates, has sought alternatives to partially offset declines in imports of Iranian condensates during the past few months, particularly in light of U.S. sanctions on Iranian exports of crude oil and condensate. South Korea purchased close to half a million barrels per day (b/d) of condensates in 2017, accounting for more t...
  • For one week in November, the U.S. was a net exporter of crude oil and petroleum products
    During the week ending November 30, 2018, the United States exported more crude oil and petroleum products than it imported for the first time in weekly data going back to 1991. From November 24–30, the United States exported an estimated record 3.2 million barrels per day (b/d) of crude oil as well as an estimated 5.8 million b/d of petroleum products such as distillate ...
  • Changes in coal sector led to less SO2 and NOx emissions from electric power industry
    Annual U.S. electric power industry emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) have declined by 88% and 76%, respectively, between their peaks in 1997 and 2017. During this period, coal-fired generation was responsible for 90% of SO2 emissions and 76% of NOx emissions from the U.S. electric power industry. Among other factors, declining coal-fired generation an...
  • U.S. liquefied natural gas export capacity to more than double by the end of 2019
    EIA projects that U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export capacity will reach 8.9 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) by the end of 2019, making it the third largest in the world behind Australia and Qatar. Currently, U.S. LNG export capacity stands at 3.6 Bcf/d, and it is expected to end the year at 4.9 Bcf/d as two new liquefaction units (called trains) become operational.

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  • US nuclear treaty ultimatum about China as much as Russia
    By announcing its intent to withdraw from a decades-old nuclear weapons treaty, the United States is targeting Russia, which it says violated the bilateral deal – but also China, which is developing arms that are banned under it. Beijing is not a signatory to the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), so it’s Russia that has […]
  • Moon’s nuclear diplomacy a ‘dangerous gamble’: analysts
    South Korean President Moon Jae-in has embarked on a “dangerous gamble”, analysts said, after he secured only minimal concessions from Kim Jong Un to reboot the North’s nuclear negotiations with Washington. Moon flew to Pyongyang this week for his third summit with Kim seeking a concrete gesture to rekindle the stalled denuclearisation talks between the [&hell...
  • Iran Warns It Will Step Up Nuclear Activities if 2015 Deal Falls Apart
    Iran will relaunch its nuclear program and enrich uranium at a higher level than it has previously if Russia, China, and European powers follow the U.S. example and stop honoring Iran’s 2015 nuclear agreement, Iran’s nuclear agency has warned. “We will not return to previous levels if our counterparts leave the [nuclear deal], but will […]
  • Pakistani Nuclear Forces, 2018
    The Nuclear Notebook is researched and written by Hans M. Kristensen, director of the Nuclear Information Project with the Federation of American Scientists, and Robert S. Norris, a senior fellow with the FAS. The Nuclear Notebook column has been published in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists since 1987. This issue’s column examines Pakistan’s nuclear […]
  • Nuke Review Calls for Triad Modernization to Maintain Deterrence
    The United States must recapitalize the nuclear triad and accompanying command-and-control system to continue to maintain deterrence into the future, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis wrote in the preface to the Nuclear Posture Review released today. In one of his first acts as president, Donald J. Trump directed Mattis to conduct the review, last conducted […]
  • Pentagon Releases New Nuclear Strategy
    The Nuclear Posture Review released today is a strategy to keep America safe with a deterrent that is modern and credible, Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan said today in rolling out the strategy. The NPR reaffirms that the fundamental role of U.S. nuclear policy is deterrence and continues the clear commitment to non-proliferation and […]
  • France says ‘go ahead’ to African security initiatives
    France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Tuesday encouraged African nations calling for greater autonomy over their security to “go for it”, following the launch of a regional anti-jihad force in the Sahel. France currently has its own a 4,000-strong counter-terror force named Barkhane tackling militants and banditry in West and Central African nations ...
  • Russia Tests Combat Readiness of its Strategic Nuclear Forces
    Russia on Thursday conducted large-scale military drills to test the combat readiness of its strategic nuclear forces, including launches of multiple ballistic missiles, Russian Defense Ministry said. “Practical combat actions of the personnel of command-and-control centers of the Russian Strategic Missile Forces, crews of the nuclear-powered submarines of the Northern an...
  • Nuclear Weapons: Who are the World’s Haves and Have Nots?
    A large number of national representatives currently attending the General Assembly in New York have already signed the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. They seek a world free from “doomsday weapons,” as secretary-general Antonio Guterres put it. Yet the nuclear powers themselves have so far refused to sign on. Who has nuclear […]
  • South Korea to Bring Back US Tactical Nuclear Missiles?
    Opposition parties and sections of South Korea’s media are stepping up calls for the government to invite the United States to reintroduce tactical nuclear weapons to the country as Pyongyang is showing no signs of halting its development of nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missiles. The US withdrew its battlefield nuclear weapons from South Korea […]

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  • Predicting Suicide: The EDOR® Enigma (Part 3)
    This time last year I wrote(1,2) about a Swedish company called Emotra. Emotra make a device that is supposed to measure suicide risk in people with mental illness. The test is called EDOR® and according to Emotra's website and materials, it has been shown to be highly effective. Last year, I explained why I disagree with that assessment. Now, a year later, I'm revisting...
  • NASA’s GEDI Mission Will Track Carbon Emissions in Earth’s Forests
    The Jedi in Star Wars is all about the force, but NASA’s GEDI is all about the forest. On December 5, the space agency launched their tree-tracking Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI) instrument to the International Space Station (ISS), where it will use laser light to create 3D maps of Earth’s forests and estimate their carbon emissions. Unlike most map...
  • With Fruit Flies, Researchers are Gaining New Insights Into Autism
    A telephone ringing. A car horn blaring. Fluorescent lighting overhead. These are everyday sights and sounds that most people don’t give a second thought to. But for a person with autism, being around ordinary sensory stimuli can be uncomfortable or even unbearable. Autism, typically thought of as a disorder affecting social functioning, can also have a profound effect o...
  • Juno's Mission to Jupiter Just Hit Its Halfway Point: What We've Learned So Far
    Juno's Flight NASA’s solar-powered Juno spacecraft is about to fly past Jupiter yet again to gather more data on the gas giant. On Dec. 21, at 11:49:48 a.m. EST, Juno will pass just 3,140 miles (5,053 km) from Jupiter's cloud tops at 128,802 miles per hour. This will be the spacecraft’s 16th science pass of the planet, meaning that Juno's prime mission wi...
  • In the Blink of an Eye, We're Turning Back the Climatic Clock by 50 Million Years
    Absent serious action on climate change, we'll continue careening toward a climatic cliff. And modern civilization will be hard-pressed to survive the plunge. This is the essential take-away from new research probing Earth's climatic past to yield insights into our future. The research finds that if our emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases cont...
  • Scientists Find What Makes Our Bones Strong When We Exercise
    Exercise is good for us in a lot of ways. It helps cut the pounds, increases cardiovascular health, adds muscle mass and can boost our mood. What it also does, though, is help keep our bones strong. Studies have shown that regular exercise, especially involving weights, ups bone mass and maintains the health of our skeletal system. For us spring chickens, having strong bo...
  • A Nearby Supernova May Have Caused a Mass Extinction 2.6 Million Years Ago
    Supernovae are the explosive end stages of massive stars. About 2.6 million years ago, one such supernova lit up Earth’s sky from about 150 light-years away. A few hundred years later, after the new star had long since faded from the sky, cosmic rays from the event finally reached Earth, slamming into our planet. Now, a group of researchers led by Adrian Melott at the Uni...
  • Researchers Discover 1.5 Million Hidden Penguins by Looking at their Poop From Space
    Monitoring the well-being of Antarctica’s delicate ecosystem just got a little bit easier thanks to a very unlikely source: penguin poop. By analyzing over 40 years of Antarctic images gathered by seven satellites as part of the Landsat program, a NASA-funded team of researchers recently uncovered new details about the lives of Antarctica's Adélie p...
  • Ancient DNA Reveals The Surprisingly Complex Origin Story of Corn
    In Mexico, corn tortillas rule the kitchen. After all, maize began evolving there from a grass called teosinte some 9,000 years ago, eventually becoming a staple consumed around the world. But that spread presents a puzzle. In 5,300-year-old remains of maize from Mexico, genes from the wild relative show that the plant was still only partly domesticated. Yet archaeological evi...
  • HGH Treatment Tragedy Suggests Alzheimer's Might be Transmissible
    A medical procedure transferred a key component of Alzheimer’s disease from one person to another, finds a new study published today in the journal Nature. The discovery suggests the seeds of the devastating neurodegenerative disease are transmissible. “It is a new way of thinking about the condition,” John Collinge, a neurologist at the University of College...
  • Virgin Galactic Has Launched its SpaceShipTwo Into Space
    Launching Virgin Galactic Virgin Galactic has followed through with their ambitious goal to launch their SpaceShipTwo vehicle into space before Christmas. Today, the aerospace company successfully launched four NASA-supported technologies and two brave test pilots aboard the suborbital space plane into space and then landed safely back on Earth. [embed]https://twitter.com...
  • Scientists Create Tiny Nanomaterials By Shrinking Them
    The idea of shrinking things down to a more convenient size seems so enticing. It’s a superpower for Ant-Man, kicks off the adventures in Honey I Shrunk the Kids, and, of course, the Simpsons had fun with the idea too. (Shrinkage has come up in other contexts, as well.) Now, in real life, a team of MIT and Harvard scientists has gotten in on the fun by devising a ne...
  • Physicists Make 'Quark Soup' to Study the Early Universe
    By slamming small particles into heavy gold nuclei at nearly the speed of light, scientists have created tiny, ultra-hot droplets of a bizarre type of matter called a quark-gluon plasma (QGP), which once filled the entire universe shortly after the Big Bang. Creating such a 'quark soup' is a tough task in its own right; the first sample of QGP was produced less than ...
  • Starting School Later Helps Teens Get More Sleep
    Ah, adolescence. A time of change, of navigating awkward social situations, figuring out who you are, maybe holding down that first job or focusing on extracurriculars — all while juggling the demands of school. And for most teens, managing all of this happens on too little sleep. To help alleviate the lack of Z’s, experts in the U.S. have been pushing for school s...
  • 2018 Saw Simultaneous Wildfires Devastate California. That Could be the New Normal
    (Inside Science) -- Just a few weeks ago, two large wildfires caused massive destruction and at least 91 deaths in California, the Woolsey fire near Los Angeles and the Camp fire that engulfed the town of Paradise in the north. Residents and firefighters struggled to stop both fires, yet they can expect more like them to come. Simultaneous large fires are becoming more common ...
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  • Centrica Equips Its Engineers With 7500 Panasonic Rugged Tablets
    Providing its service and repair engineers with improved ways of working and communication to enhance customer serviceBRACKNELL, UK. 6th December 2018 - Centrica, the leading energy and services company operating brands such as British Gas and Dyno, has rolled out 7,500 Panasonic FZ-G1 rugged tablets to its team of UK engineers to improve working methods and ultimately to enhan...
  • Aspect Enterprise Solutions Wins Energy Risk Asia "CTRM Software House of The Year" Award
    SINGAPORE — November 23, 2018: ION, the largest global provider of trading, analytics and risk management solutions for commodities and treasury management, announced its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) in the cloud CTRM solution, Aspect, has accepted the top CTRM software award last night at the prestigious annual Energy Risk Asia Awards dinner in Singapore.The awards recog...
  • Torus and Aareon Collaborate on Housing Management Solution
    Following an exhaustive review of the solutions on offer, Torus Group has selected the QL system from Aareon (www.aareon.co.uk) as the single, integrated system to underpin their business. Formed in April 2015 when Helena Partnerships and Golden Gates Housing Trust joined forces, North West based housing and regeneration group Torus now owns and manages more than 22,000 homes.T...
  • Wind and Solar Power Forecasting Innovation
    Natural Power sponsor PhD in Power ForecastingLeading renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy, Natural Power, is to collaborate with the University of Strathclyde and The Data Lab to jointly sponsor Rosemary Tawn for a PhD in Short-Term Wind and Solar Power Forecasting. The three and half year PhD will focus on improving power forecasting for renewable energy assets, an...
  • Aareon 360 Portal Enables Social Landlords To Digitally Transform Customer, Staff, Supplier And Property Management Operations
    Aareon UK (www.aareon.co.uk) has announced the latest release of its Aareon 360 platform, the evolution of its widely acclaimed self-service solution. The portal platform enables Housing Associations and Social Landlords to digitally transform their customer, staff, supplier and property management operations.From a Housing organisation customer’s perspective, the Aareon ...
  • Natural Power's Head of Solar and Energy Storage Appointed
    Leading renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy, Natural Power, has appointed Shawn Shaw to the role Head of Solar and Energy Storage. Based in the Saratoga Springs, New York office, Shawn will be responsible for leading and growing Natural Power’s robust solar and energy storage business lines focused on due diligence, technical advisory, and independent consulti...
  • Natural Power advises Statkraft on Element Power acquisition
    Leading renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy, Natural Power, has provided technical due diligence support to Statkraft for the acquisition of the Irish and UK wind development businesses of the Element Power Group. The transaction provides Statkraft with a large onshore wind development pipeline in Ireland and strengthens its position in the UK. It is already Europe&...
  • IMImobile announces npower as first Apple Business Chat client in the UK
    Energy provider to use Apple Business Chat for Contact Centre agents to support smart meter roll out LONDON, 11th October 2018 – Global cloud communications software and solutions provider IMImobile PLC, today announced that one of the largest energy providers in the UK, npower, is its first client on Apple Business Chat. npower will be utilising Apple Business Chat to im...
  • Natural Power advises Greencoat Renewables on Coillte wind acquisition
    Leading renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy, Natural Power, has provided technical due diligence support to Greencoat Renewables PLC for the acquisition of Coillte’s shareholding in its portfolio of operating wind generation assets across Ireland.The acquisition comprises: 50% stake in Raheenleagh wind farm in County Wicklow50% stake in Cloosh Valley wind farm...
  • Argus, Ineos, GE Global, Calor Gas and Gibson Shipbrokers discuss new LPG investment projects, product pricing and global market trends
    Global energy and commodity price-reporting agency Argus will host the Argus European LPG Markets 2018 conference in London, UK, on 3-5 December.Drawing on the success of a global series of established LPG shows, the ninth annual event is focused on European markets and will bring together LPG producers, suppliers and market specialists from Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic...
  • HUBER+SUHNER to showcase smart solutions for energy networks at WindEnergy Hamburg
    The company’s innovative solutions across fiber-optics, radio-frequency and low-frequency will be on display Herisau, 24 September - Leading international manufacturer of applications and solutions for optical and electrical connectivity, HUBER+SUHNER, is set to demonstrate its portfolio of smart energy solutions at WindEnergy Hamburg, taking place September 25-28, 2018.T...
  • Schneider Electric Innovation Summit Singapore: Powering and Digitizing the Economy
    London UK, 20th September 2018 - Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, is hosting more than 1,500 customers, partners, suppliers and influencers at its latest Innovation Summit, September 20-21 at Singapore Marina Bay Sands. The event brings together Schneider Electric experts and world-leading industry thinkers to share i...
  • Schneider Electric accelerates renewables adoption with expanded NEO Network
    Schneider Electric opens its renewable energy and cleantech community to commercial and industrial companies globallyBusinesses can join more than 100 current NEO Network members to access exclusive offers, market intelligence and assessment toolsNew apps and analytics provide a data-driven, custom understanding of renewable energy opportunities LONDON, Sept. 12, 2018 – S...
  • Schneider Electric announces the 10 teams of finalists for Go Green in the City 2018
    They will meet in the United States to present their ideas for smarter and more sustainable cities In 2018, the idea of one of the finalist teams at the previous meeting was successfully patentedLondon (UK), September 12, 2018 – Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, announced on September 6 the list of 10 teams to co...
  • Off Grid Energy charge ahead with smart solution for EV grid constraints at LCV 2018
    The showcase follows recent success with UPS Camden electric vehicle installation Bedford, 11 September: Off Grid Energy, specialists in energy storage for temporary and permanent applications, will showcase its smart solutions to help achieve electric vehicle (EV) targets and increase productivity when struggling against local grid constraints at Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) 2018,...