The Sleaford Renewable Energy Plant, a straw-fired combined heat and power plant in predominantly agricultural Lincolnshire, UK, provides environmental, financial, and social benefits to its community and to the country, strengthening the ties between the power industry and those it serves.
In many countries, needs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions have led to increased installation of intermittent renewables such as wind and solar.
With the potential for disaster at hydropower projects around the world, the lack of organized training programs becomes a prominent consideration in how companies manage their assets.
The addition of hydropower generating capacity to an irrigation network in northern Japan is one step closer to completion. Several sites have been identified for the installation of VLH turbines, with a total capacity of 1.433 MW.
Turkey continues to present opportunities for hydropower development