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Finnish battery maker European Batteries Oy will build a production centre in north China's city of Tianjin, local officials have said.
The first ship to use gas engines to produce more than 100MW of power will be in service in Brazil’s offshore oil fields.
The importance of energy efficiency in data centres will be discussed in a Frost & Sullivan’s web conference, taking place on Thursday 24 January at 2 pm GMT.
After filing for bankruptcy in October 2012 a number of bidders expressed an interest in the assets of the company, including Chinese automotive company Wanxiang Corporation and US battery maker Johnson Controls Incorporated.
Battery making in Europe still hangs in the balance as lead remains under scrutiny by the European Commission’s REACH division.
Moody’s, the credit rating agency that gave Exide a tough time a decade ago is once again putting the company’s financial performance under the microscope.
EUROBAT has joined CLEPA, the European Association of Automotive Suppliers.
Finnish firm Convion is to take over solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system development from gas engine maker Wärtsilä’s fuel cell unit.
Aggreko has signed a contract to provide 100MW of gas-fuelled temporary power in Côte d'Ivoire. The contract will run for two years, and is in addition to the 100 MW Aggreko installed in 2010.
2014 will see the first Formula E Global Championship, the electric vehicle equivalent of the Grand Prix. The first of ten teams has been announced as Drayson Racing Technologies, of Oxfordshire UK.