Category Archives: News

Vestas Launches Next Generation Offshore Turbine

published: 2011-03-31 15:28 | editor | category: News
onference in London at 12.30 local time Vestas reveals the details of its next generation offshore turbine. Instead of the previously communicated capacity of 6.0 MW, the turbine will have a capacity of 7.0 MW and a rotor diameter...  more

ABB Wins $10 Million Power Products Order in Denmark

published: 2011-03-31 15:24 | editor | category: News
p://">ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won an order worth $10 million from, the Danish national power utility and transmission system operator, to supply a 400 kilovolt (kV) gas i...  more

Aalborg CSP and Sojitz Entering the Indian Market

published: 2011-03-31 15:20 | editor | category: News
Aalborg CSP is a leading manufacturer of development and supply of solar steam generating equipment for saturated and superheated steam. Sojitz is a general trading firm with a worldwide network of branch offices, subsidiaries an...  more

Tesla Roadster Drives 10 Million Miles and Counting

published: 2011-03-30 14:35 | editor | category: News
p://">Tesla Motors announced that electric Roadsters in over 30 countries have now covered over 10 million real-world miles, the greatest collective distance covered by any electric vehicle maker to date. Roadste...  more

Windsentinel to Assess Offshore Wind Energy in Lake Michigan

published: 2011-03-29 14:57 | editor | category: News
AXYS Technologies Inc. has recently won the bid to provide a WindSentinel™ wind resource assessment buoy to the Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) of Grand Valley State University located in Allendale M...  more

Cruze’s Innovative Electrical Technology Saves Fuel

published: 2011-03-29 14:27 | editor | category: News
el economy in the Chevrolet Cruze consists of many small steps, including reducing the energy consumed by the alternator to help make the engine run more efficiently. Officially, it is a patented General Motors technology called R...  more