Power Engineering International

  Power Engineering International is the leading monthly magazine for the global electric power generation and transmission industry. PEI provides articles on new technologies and installations as well as market reports, news, commentary and analysis.

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Renewable Energy World

  Renewable Energy World provides information you need for success... Insight into the technical innovations and product developments shaping the future of renewables, in-depth analysis covering every sector of the renewable industry and the opinions of leaders who set the agenda for development and deployment.

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COSPP

  Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production focuses on the clean and highly-efficient generation of power through decentralized generation and combined heat and power for an industrial, utility and governmental audience. The magazine is published in association with the World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE).

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POWER ENGINEERING NEWS

E.ON says it has no alternative but to close Irsching 4 and 5 gas-fired power units in Bavaria, Germany, citing mounting losses.

The Austrian government has reiterated its determination to take the European Commission to court once the approved decision on Hinkley Point nuclear power plant is officially entered into law.

As part of the lead-up to this year’s United Nations climate summit in Paris, Mexico has announced an ambitious emissions reduction strategy.

Aberdeenshire Council in Scotland is in receipt of a planning application for what would be Europe’s first first commercial scale gas-fired CCS project.

The United Nations has agreed to maintain funding of coal power plants in developing countries.

Puerto Rico's debt-laden power authority have been offered $2bn in new financing by creditors, including $1.2bn to fund a new natural gas operation, in exchange for assurances that it would repay its debt.

An investigation has been launched after a radiation leak was discovered at the Torness nuclear power plant in East Lothian, Scotland.

The European Commission is threatening fines over issues connected to coal-fired power plants in both Germany and the UK.

The deal will enable Britain to benefit from Norwegian hydroelectric power, when the country’s own wind energy runs low.

By 2035, the world’s energy consumption will increase by 35 per cent, which in turn will increase water use by 15 per cent, according to the International Energy Agency.

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