Power Engineering International Newscast

This week’s Power Engineering International Newscast features power generation stories from the UK, Norway, Australia and Poland.

We provide a comprehensive summary of UK regulator, Ofgem’s warning that the country’s capacity margin is in danger of dropping to as low as 2 per cent, due to old plants going offline and new plants not replacing this retired capacity quickly enough.
Newscast presented by Diarmaid Williams
Meanwhile Andritz-Hydro’s expertise has been called upon to fulfil a hydroelectric power contract at Lysebotn in Norway.

The broadcast also includes footage of trigeneration installation in Adelaide and we also have the latest news on the extension of the Turow coal-fired power plant in Poland.

Finally a note on our latest Power Engineering International LinkedIn Poll, this week’s being, “What is the most important priority for the European wind power sector?”

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