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The Power of Software to Improve Coal Produced Power

Published By: GE Power     Published Date: Mar 01, 2017
Coal power producers worldwide are facing challenges in today's dynamic energy markets. The need to cycle quickly due to renewables on the grid, emissions compliance and the need to operate efficiently are all factors that drive a sustainable coal power business. Find out how the global coal power community can turn to software to help create cleaner and more efficiently produced power.
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coal power plants, coal power, steam power plants, utilities, power producers, power grids, power industry, power plant software, powerplants, compliance, business integration, quality assurance, software compliance
    
GE Power

Five game-changing factors to consider before investing in the European power market

Published By: ABB     Published Date: Oct 31, 2018
In 2017, Europe produced more Of its electricity from solar, wind and biomass resources than from coal. Today's market is more volatile, with greater variability in energy sources due in large part to the desire to reduce environmental damage. The European Union (EU) is on track to achieve its 2020 goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20% compared to 1990 levels l by reducing its reliance on carbon-based power. This paper examines the five most critical variables that investors, developers, and others must recognise in the due diligence process before investing in a new power generation project in Europe.
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energy industry, power market analysis, investor advice, digital technology, automation technology
    
ABB

Energy Resilience: Building The Business Case

Published By: Centrica Business Solutions     Published Date: Aug 14, 2018
The energy landscape has become increasingly complex. Globally, we’re relying less on centralized, steady power sources – such as gas-fired and coal-fired power stations – and more on mixed, locally-distributed renewable energy supplies including solar, wind, tidal and battery. While this is positive for the environment and carbon emissions, it makes balancing power grids a much more complex task. Power quality and reliability becomes more variable in output, while demand for power continues to increase steadily. But when it comes to energy resilience, many organizations simply don’t know where to start. What solutions are available? Which are the best ones for their specific situation and physical premises? What will be their return on investment? Is it simply the cost of doing business, or is there actually a business case? The guide will give you the tools and data to build your understanding and quantify the benefit for your organization.
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energy, resilience, building, business, energy
    
Centrica Business Solutions
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