Mukta Gaikwad

Peterhead Port Authority Bags Key Offshore Wind Project Contract

Swedish energy company, Vattenfall is developing European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC), off Aberdeen Bay. This is one of the world’s largest floating cranes to be executed by the Peterhead Port Authority. Peterhead Port Authority was awarded the contract by Boskalis – the company that is Vattenfall’s key supplier for the construction and installation of offshore including laying the foundation and cabling. Peterhead Port Authority is gearing up to support

Asia Pacific Offshore Wind Energy – Growing Government Initiatives to Boost the Market, Says TMR

Transparency Market Research (TMR) in a report has stated that the Asia Pacific offshore wind energy market is fragmented as in nature. While the market exhibits the presence of several regional and international players, the leading market share was held by merely three companies. According to TMR, the three leading companies accounted for 31% of global offshore wind energy market in 2016. Almost every sector within the market exhibits considerable

BaySaver Technologies, a storm water treatment solutions provider, has introduced Barracuda™ S4, a hydrodynamic separator, which removes debris and sediment from storm water to protect water resources. It is a high-performance technology designed with revolutionary patent pending internal “teeth,” which removes total suspended solids. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at ADS, Joe Chlapaty, said that evolving needs related to storm water management is demanding for more advanced methods to efficiently

Some of the leading companies in the world are climbing on board the renewables train and are showing a high inclination for being there for the long run. Experts state that the growing ambitions of these companies are eventually condensing down to the economics map. Most of the renewable energy fields are showing significant returns of investments and its becoming a no-brainer to invest in them. The Optimistic Market for

The finest innovations in water processing will be at the focal point of discussion at the Water Academy seminar, to be taken place in Bangkok, this September. Co-organized by Hanovia and Domnick Hunter RL, the single day seminar is intended at process engineers working with water technologies and allied industries in the food and beverage sector. This is a first-of-its-kind event, which will be a part of a series of