ExxonMobil to develop new industrial-style, reusable COVID-19 protection gear

ExxonMobil has partnered with the GCMI to redesign and manufacture COVID-19 reusable personal protection equipment for health care workers.
Components COVID-19

Component makers set for long recovery from COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is expected to put incredible strain on the world’s economy, which will be effectively halted for three months or more. Many companies will not survive this initial phase, says GlobalData.

Four EU utilities to deploy advanced energy transmission line monitoring

Four FARCROSS utility participants in Hungary, Greece, Slovenia and Austria to deploy advanced sensors for transmission line monitoring.
Solar innovation

Tandem solar cells could replace silicon solar cells says university

The Australian National University (ANU) has announced a new record for the conversion of sunlight into energy, moving the world closer to the future of solar technology.

Ed’s note: Coronavirus 1 – 0 Energy sector

In efforts to stop the spread of the Coronavirus across its worker base, Chinese factories have been closed for almost a month,...
compressed hydrogen

Top ten reasons to celebrate the lead batteries market

Top ten achievements recorded by the lead batteries sector in the energy transition and in the provision of power to industries.
circuit breaker

World’s first greenhouse gas-free circuit breaker gets EU support

The EU Commission has provided GE Renewable Energy with €2.2 million in funding to develop a SF6-free, 420KV gas-insulated substation circuit-breaker.
Solar coronavirus

Coronavirus will impact global solar supply chain – Wood Mackenzie

It is unclear how soon the travel controls will be lifted. If they remain in place, production from Chinese manufacturers will be reduced.

UKPN installs “world’s fastest” fault detection system

UKPN has installed new technology which it claims can detect and protect electricity networks from faults faster than any similar technology currently available.
Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric expands UK operations to meet renewables demand

Rising demand for clean energy has driven energy technology company Schneider Electric to today announce multi-million plans to expand its UK manufacturing facilities.

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