Managing and creating value from third-party risk

With major construction and infrastructure development companies, including those in the renewable energy sector, increasingly expanding their footprints into countries far from their home markets, Stephen Watson and Javier Serra from Arthur D. Little give some essential advice for successfully managing third-party risk.

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Japan: Land of the rising sun? Part 2

In the second part of her series, Rachel Parkes contemplates what’s next for Japan’s power industry and considers whether renewable energy could play a bigger part in its future.

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Japan: Land of the rising sun?

In the wake of the Fukushima disaster Japan has looked to renewables to fill the gap left by nuclear. But with a nuclear re-start now looming, is Japan’s resolve wavering? Rachel Parkes reports in the first of a two-part series.

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A comparison of energy vectors in powering hybrid buses

HORIBA MIRA’s Derek Charters, Senior Consultant – Future Transport Technologies, analyses the different energy vectors used by bus manufacturers and introduces the benefits of utilising liquid nitrogen.

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Microgrids enter the mainstream

Microgrids offer a highly flexible, modular and scalable solution, which will facilitate the adoption of renewable sources at the point of power demand suggest Celine Mahieux and Alexandre Oudalov from ABB.

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REMIPEG Report: Part 7 – Wind Energy still going strong with two Asian leaders

The final part in our World-Market Status special report – The global wind market established a new record in 2014 with more than 51 GW of newly installed capacity worldwide, exceeding the previous 2012 record by 15%.

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