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Industry news

All the news and views from the world of energy storage and associated industries.

Stationary fuel cell installations to total 4.5 GW by 2017 - report

Global stationary fuel cell installations could total 4.5 GW by 2017 driven by a surge in demand for UPS and prime power applications, according to a new report by Pike Research.

Perkins to make UK redundancies as orders slow

UK genset engine maker Perkins is to make 40 permanent members of staff at its Stafford factory redundant a

Funding crisis kills Atraverda

Atraverda has gone into administration after failing to secure working capital to continue production.

Aggreko helps after storm

Aggreko is sending ten generators to Samoa and Fiji to provide backup power following outages caused by cyclone Evan.

UPS options from Schneider

Schneider Electric has introduced the DIN Rail Industrial Panel UPS to its existing portfolio of power protection offerings for data centres.

Cummins share repurchase scheme

Cummins Incorporated’s board of directors has authorised the company to repurchase up to US$1 billion in shares of common stock. 

Emerson technology to manage clean energy in California

Emerson Project Management has been selected to provide its Ovation control and optimisation technology for two renewable energy projects being developed by EDF Renewable Energy.

Can Aggreko live up to 2012 high?

The firm that supplied power to the Olympics and Paralympics has warned it will struggle to fill the London 2012 void next year.

India developing fuel cells for telecom sites

Researchers in India are working towards developing hydrogen-powered fuel cells to be used in place of diesel generators at telecom sites. At present 350 000 mobile towers in the country currently run on diesel.

Aggreko expands in India

Aggreko Energy Rental is launching three service centres across India to target a 30-40% growth in 2013.