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Ener­gy net­works and their ope­ra­tors, rene­wa­ble ener­gy and its pro­du­cers, power plants and their tech­no­lo­gy

Craft­s­manship at the abyss

Craft­s­manship at the abyss

What use is the most func­tio­n­al, prac­ti­cal and cle­ver sys­tem, the most sophisti­ca­ted con­trol elec­tro­nics and the most sophisti­ca­ted sen­sor tech­no­lo­gy if they are not atta­ched by expert hands whe­re…
Who inven­ted it?

Who inven­ted it?

With the com­bi­ned pro­tec­tion and field con­trol device KOMBISAVE, the deve­lo­pers of the Swiss Phoe­nix Con­tact sub­si­dia­ry NSE have hit the bull’s eye. Even though this should be avoi­ded if…
IRMA keeps watch

IRMA keeps watch

Big Bro­ther is watching you. Even more so if it’s actual­ly a mem­ber of your own fami­ly and not an unknown intru­der. The public uti­li­ties in Bad Pyr­mont the­re­fo­re tend…
Against the flow

Against the flow

The Süd­link (south link) trunk line is going ahead. The aim of the pro­ject is to bring rege­ne­ra­ti­ve elec­tri­ci­ty to the south of Ger­ma­ny. In the north, it’s not just…
The CO2 collec­tor

The CO2 collec­tor

Visi­tors to this year’s Wind Power Tech­no­lo­gy Con­gress were fasci­na­ted by Jörg Spitzner’s visi­on of a wind tur­bi­ne that not only gene­ra­tes elec­tri­ci­ty, but also extrac­ts CO2 from the air.…
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