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Off Grid Energy Independence

Largest Off-Grid Solar Battery System for Mining Industry

The Fekola gold mine operates 24-hours a day. During the daytime, the new 30 MW solar plant allows three out of six heavy fuel oil generators to be shut down; the energy production of the residual three generators could also be significantly reduced. The 15.4 MWh battery storage compensates energy generation fluctuations and assures a reliable operation, which allows up to 75% of the electricity demand of the gold mine to be covered by renewable energy during the daytime.

Webinar - Carbon Capture, Utilization, And Storage: A Long Road Ahead

Thursday 22 April 2021 - The webinar, presented by Senior Technology Analyst Dr Michael Dent, will include an introduction to CCUS; the current state of CCUS; emerging technologies in CCUS; challenges facing the industry; and an outlook for the next 20 years.

Large Market for Downhill Electric Vehicles

In Switzerland monster trucks carry ore down from mountainside quarries, the regenerative braking creating almost enough energy to get the empty truck back up again. The latest forestry example is carrying trees down from the mountains of Canada.

Wave Energy Developer Novige AB Moving Forward with Funding

Novige AB, with its concept NoviOcean got a budget of 5.6 MSEK approved by the Swedish Energy Agency, where 1.35 will be provided by the company. 1.1 MSEK will go to Uppsala and KTH University for further research and work into various aspects of the novel concept.

Saudi Arabia's First Utility Scale Renewable Energy Project

ACWA Power announces the official inauguration of the 300 MW Sakaka PV IPP, Saudi Arabia's first utility scale renewable energy project, at an investment value of 1.2 billion Saudi riyals.

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