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Industry news

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

Aggreko to the rescue after Scottish island snow storm

Temporary power provider Aggreko deployed a series of gensets to Scottish island of Arran after severe snow storms caused two electricity pylons to colla

GCC genset market to grow 68% by 2018 - report

The sale of gensets in Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) nations is to grow by 68% on 2011 levels to $950.4m in 2018, according to a report by Frost & Sullivan.

Philippines makes loans available for gensets in Mindanao

The Philippines’ Department of Energy (DoE) is to offer loans allowing electric cooperatives in Mindanao to acquire gensets to help offset the

Value-added UPS: Giving businesses more power

When UK website host Host-it purchased a 48,000 sq. ft.

Optimism for green construction at Ecobuild

Ecobuild welcomed 45,000 industry professionals to London’s ExCeL over three days to explore the products, services and innovations from more than 1,000 exhibiting  companies, including organisations including Baxi, Saint-Gobain, Worcester

UK Energy Efficiency Awards

The Energy Efficiency and Renewables Awards will be held in Coventry, UK, 12 September 2013 as part of the Energy Efficiency Exhibition.

UK’'s Fuel Cell Systems to develop ammonia-fed fuel cell with EU grant

Fuel Cell Systems (FCS), a subsidiary of UPS Systems PLC, will form part of a consortium led by AFC Energy to develop ammonia-fed, alkaline fuel cell systems.

New President at Firing Circuits

Pierre-Jean Arvers has been appointed President at Firing Circuits in Conneticut, US.

Government funding for UK energy innovations

The UK Technology Strategy Board has pledged close to £9million to support UK innovative businesses in the energy field.

American Honda installs 1 MW stationary fuel cell at California HQ

American Honda Motor has installed a 1 MW fuel cell system on its Torrance, California campus, thus providing 25% of the site’s power needs.