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ADR spend to climb to $185.5m by 2023

Worldwide spending on automated demand response systems will grow from $13m in 2014 to $185.5m by 2023, according to market analysis.

GE gensets to float in Brazil

GE’s Distributed Power business is to supply 85 MW of on-site power for floating oil and gas production in Brazil.

Aggreko backs up Turkish bridge project

Aggreko has won a contract to provide backup power for the construction of the world’s fourth longest suspension bridge in Izmit, Turkey.

Powering the data centre of the future

Industry professionals believe the data centre of the future will be powered by on-site generation and will use high-efficiency AC UPS systems for backup power, according to a new survey.

$6.75m for UK energy storage research project

The UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has given £4m ($6.75m) for a research project that aims to set the nation’s energy storage course.

Dale Power Solutions acquires Swan Generators

British critical power firm Dale Power Solutions has acquired the service, maintenance, spares and future new builds business of compatriot Swan Generators for an undisclosed sum.

Texas lead-acid storage project a boost for batteries

A successful lead-acid battery energy storage project in the US state of Texas could lead to more batteries on the state's grid.  

Bredenoord expands mobile hybrid generator production

Netherlands-based rental power firm Bredenoord says it will produce an extra 30 of its ESaver mobile hybrid generator systems and put them on the market through its rental programme.

Tackling rogue traders with engineer certification

To combat a growing number of ‘rogue traders’ providing unauthorised maintenance services to customers, UPS and standby power systems manufacturer Riello has launched an engineer certification programme.

New York’s petrol stations to add backup power

Around 250 petrol stations in upstate New York, US are to receive federal funding to purchase emergency backup power capacity.

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