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Why PV Structures Collapse: Five contributing factors

Why PV Structures Collapse: Five contributing factors

It’s the destiny of structures to eventually decay or collapse. Take the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Once the most enduring structures known to mankind, all but one collapsed within hundreds of years and the Great Pyramid at Giza is a s ...

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Will small scale domestic energy storage change the electricity market as we know it?

Will small scale domestic energy storage change the electricity market as we know it?

In a possible future scenario cheap energy storage will change the energy industry When it becomes possible to store large volumes of energy cheaply and efficiently, the electricity industry will become very different than it is today. The electri ...

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Energy and Geopolitics in the Middle East and the Price Game

There is undoubtedly a global re-alignment of economic power and energy strategies both with respect to fossil and renewable based energy sources taking place. Earlier this year has seen the decline in global oil prices and as simultaneous increase i ...

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DNV GL to discuss solar finance, energy storage, and renewable integration at the World Future Energy Summit

DNV GL to discuss solar finance, energy storage, and renewable integration at the World Future Energy Summit

The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) is the Middle East’s largest gathering on future energy and one that drives actionable solutions to the world’s energy challenges. Now in its eighth edition, WFES 2015 will attract upwards of 30,000 delegates ...

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How can the offshore wind industry unlock its cost saving potential?

Within the last decade a multi-billion Euro industry has been stemmed out of the European and UK waters to find itself confronted with the challenge today that it has to cut its cost down to nearly half to survive without subsidies in future. “Offs ...

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Offshore wind industry (finally) takes the plunge in Japan

Visit the hot springs of Jozankei-onsen and you’ll see many a tourist cautiously dip their toes in its steaming water. There’s been a fair amount of offshore wind industry toe-dipping in the waters off the coast of Japan too. 45 MW of offshore ...

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