Articles & News on Power & Energy

NAES Combustion Turbine Purge Credit Retrofit Reduces Power Plant Hot Startup Time by 30%

  • News

Emerson executes turnkey project that enables gas-fired plant to generate additional revenue, reduce costs.

What's on the Energy Storage Market Beside Lithium-Ion Batteries?

  • by Daniele Gatti
  • Feature

While Li-ion batteries are dominating the stationary energy storage sector, a growing number of companies are developing different technologies to be competitive in the near future and bring to the market a more competitive energy storage system.

IMI Critical Engineering Forms Strategic Partnership With Vector Controls and Automation Group

  • News

Vector Controls and Automation Group, a leading manufacturing representative, distributor, and service provider, announce that they have formed a strategic partnership with IMI Critical Engineering.

Clean, Renewable Energy Shows Path to Sustainable Future

  • News

New developments in clean, renewable energy show us the path to a sustainable future. 

Emerson and MHPS Collaborate on Power Industry Digital Transformation

  • News

Companies to develop solutions that drive operational excellence and create cleaner, more reliable power for consumers.

New York Power Authority Partners with the State University of New York to Complete Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Improvements at Alfred State College

  • News

Almost every mechanical room and system on campus has been improved with the energy efficiency measures available from advanced building management systems. 

Emerson helps Oklahoma Gas and Electric automate power plant

  • Case Study

Located in Luther, Oklahoma, the Redbud plant comprises four identical 1X1 units generating a combined output of 1,230 megawatts.

Emerson Acquisition to Expand Hydropower Offerings

  • News

Emerson announced that it has completed the purchase of American Governor Company, maker of technologies and services for hydroelectric turbine controls.

How Hydrogen Fuel Cells are Transforming Industry

  • by Håkan Holmberg
  • Feature

A fuel cell is a device that converts energy stored in molecules into electrical energy. Using hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) as power, the fuel cell produces water, electricity and heat without creating any emissions other than water vapour. This article explains the possibilities of hydrogen fuel cells.

Professor Rustam Stolkin announced as chairman of Expert Group on Robotic and Remote Systems (EGRSS)

  • News

Professor Stolkin was unanimously elected to chair the Expert Group on Robotic and Remote Systems (EGRRS) at a recent inaugural meeting, which brought together 40 experts from 14 OECD member countries as well as three international organisations including the European Commission.