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Researchers Make Progress on Several Power Projects

Researchers at a few prominent universities have published findings on recent power-related projects. At Cranfield University in the UK, hydrogen production technology is advancing with an eye on cost and carbon reductions; researchers at the University of Michigan released best practices for ...


Veolia launches SIRION™ Advanced, the new unrivalled reverse osmosis system for high purity water production

Through Solys, its internal manufacturing and global logistics platform, Veolia Water Technologies (Veolia) is pleased to announce the launch of SIRION™ Advanced. A compact, plug-and-play system which integrates AQUAVISTA™ digital services, SIRION™ Advanced is dedicated to high-quality ...


Endress+Hauser Launches Proline Prosonic Flow G 300/500 Ultrasonic Flowmeter

This robust ultrasonic gas flowmeter has integrated pressure and temperature sensors to provide a wide array of highly accurate measured and calculated values. February 13, 2020 – Endress+Hauser launches the Proline Prosonic Flow G 300/500 flowmeter. The Prosonic Flow G can be supplied with ...


Turbo Marketplace – the new online trading platform for Voith Turbo equipment

Global marketplace for new, used and overhauled Voith Turbo equipment Providing an informative product overview including availability Expansion of the Voith service portfolio HEIDENHEIM, Germany. The new global online platform Turbo Marketplace offers the ability to sell or buy unused, used and ...


Dominion Latest to Set Net-Zero Carbon Goal

Richmond, Virginia-based Dominion Energy has joined a growing list of power companies establishing net-zero emissions targets. The company, which has more than 7 million electricity and natural gas customers in 18 states, said it intends to reach its carbon dioxide and methane reduction goals by ...


Why Do People Choose Careers in Engineering? [PODCAST]

Do you want to solve important problems, contribute to society, and help people? Well, then, you may want to become an engineer. At least that’s why some successful engineers have said they entered and persist in the occupation, according to a recent study published by DiscoverE, an engineering ...