Daily Archives: March 13, 2018

Walmart & PSO reach deal on Wind Catcher Energy Connection

By Michelle Froese Electric utility Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) and Walmart, Inc. have reached a settlement agreement on PSO’s proposed Wind Catcher Energy Connection project. PSO and Walmart are requesting the Oklahoma Corporation Commission approve the project under the terms of the settlement agreement. For more information on the Wind Catcher project and…

Unistrut Ohio to now offer S-5! clamps for solar arrays

By Kelly Pickerel S-5! has announced a partnership with North American distributor Unistrut, where Unistrut Ohio will offer the complete line of S-5! zero-penetration clamps and snow retention systems. S-5! manufactures clamps for attaching ancillary items, including solar arrays, to standing seam metal roofs. “We are happy to be the newest member of the S-5!…

DS Virgin Racing Completes Move To New Silverstone Headquarters

By Blagojce Krivevski DS Virgin Racing has completed the move of its operational arm to new state-of-the-art facilities at Silverstone Park – a stone’s throw away from Silverstone Circuit, the home of British motor racing. The UK-based team, which has competed in the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship since its inception, moved into the premises…

Vestas to build hub & nacelle assembly facility in Argentina

By Michelle Froese Building on its successful track record in Latin America, Vestas strengthens its position as the leading wind turbine manufacturer in Argentina by building a hub and nacelle assembly facility in the Buenos Aires province. The new facility, which will generate hundreds of news jobs once complete, is being established to meet the…

PSI team finding offers way to improve performance of SCR catalysts

By mmillikin A common approach to reducing NOx emissions from diesel engines is the use of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR); the system converts NOx to nitrogen and water via the addition of ammonia. However, SCR only delivers satisfactory results at an exhaust gas temperature well above 200 ˚C. In a cold start, it takes a…

Bureau Veritas addresses maritime cyber risks with new safety & cybersecurity guidelines

By Michelle Froese Bureau Veritas has developed a comprehensive approach to support shipowners in addressing maritime cyber risks. A new series of classification notations, guidelines, and services enable owners to comply with regulatory requirements, safeguard their crews, and protect their assets from both malfunction and malicious attack. Cyber threats could impact offshore wind vessels that…

Reading Buses Testing 17 Scania Double-Decker Biogas Buses

By James Ayre Scania has completed delivery of 17 new biogas-powered double-decker buses to Reading Buses (UK), according to a new press release. The new biogas-powered buses are being put into service on Reading’s reportedly busiest route, the “Purple 17.” Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Clean Technica

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