2020 – PEI Issue 1

Power Engineering International Supplement 1 2020

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cyberattacks

The true cost of cyberattacks

Putting a true cost to cyberattacks is not an easy undertaking, but it is an increasingly important one according to researchers at the University of Oxford.
megger

Megger offers all-in-one testing for motors

Megger has combined all of the functions frequently required for testing electric motors in a unique and innovative handheld instrument, the MTR105 static motor...
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What’s fuelling our data?

Simone Bruckner investigates how to improve energy efficiency in data centres.

Flexible spring contact systems for high current connectors

Selwyn Corns outlines a new compact spring contact system with low contact resistance that can cope with large dimensional tolerances, offsets and angular deviations.

Five smart ways to increase engine efficiency on AD plants

The UK’s anaerobic digestion industry has experienced rapid growth over the past 10 years, with a total of 648 plants now in operation.
Utility department

Ready for the digital tipping point

Pete Davies of Uniper Technologies tells Kelvin Ross how digital solutions are impacting the conventional power sector.
field workers

Ready for the digital tipping point

Pete Davies of Uniper Technologies tells Kelvin Ross how digital solutions are impacting the conventional power sector.
composite turbine

Composite solutions for the wind energy industry

Dag Kirschke explains the demand for wind energy and why composite materials are the answer to producing powerful and efficient turbines.
business model

New nuclear, new business model

Neil Cornelius makes the case for a nuclear power generator with regulated returns.
refugee

From refugee to senior engineer

Biniam Haddish is a former refugee from Eritrea in East Africa who now holds a senior position at National Grid Energy System Operator in the UK. He tells us his story.

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