ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Challenges Solved with Software

ANSI/ASHRAE/IES, Standard 90.1 – 2010; also referred to as the “Energy Standard for Buildings,” has created the need for innovation in many industries. In...
Spiral of Money

Utilities Are Frightened of a “Death Spiral.” They Shouldn’t Be.

Industry and regulators need a more accurate and adaptive view of tomorrow’s energy market The electric and gas utility industries are facing substantial changes. For...

Sensors for a Unique Environment

With an environment unlike any other, nuclear power plants have specific material requirements to prevent product deterioration and failures. Meggitt offers a variety of...

The Wind is Blowing East

Cleaner energy and pumped storage technology are in increased demand throughout the globe, and nowhere is that demand greater than in the expanding economies...

Providing Power Around the Globe

Alstom is the world leading supplier of hydro power generation equipment and systems, with more than 25 percent of the global hydropower installed capacity....

Surviving Hazardous Duty in a Hot Fly-Ash Pit

The most challenging place for a pump at a coal-fired power plant is the hot fly-ash pit. Fly ash is a heavy and abrasive...

New Hose Pump Cuts Maintenance Costs at Waste-Heat Power Plant

Recent trials of new hose pump technology at EEW Saarbrücken GmbH, a waste-heat plant in Germany, has demonstrated significant potential pump maintenance cost savings....

Reliable Energy Is Looking Up Down Under

U.S. software integrator Woolpert, with support from enterprise consulting firm gViz, has implemented Cityworks, an asset and work management solution, for ActewAGL Distribution (AAD)....

Here Comes the Sun

Situated on the southwest quarter of the Iberian Peninsula, the comparatively small Spanish town of Olivenza is home to hundreds of years’ worth of...

Change is in the Air

When locals are asked to describe the sweeping landscape of West Texas, some smile and offer, “It’s like Mars . . . but near...