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    Busch Group at the Company Cup in Annecy

    This year, staff members from more than 90 European companies participated in the eleventh Company Cup in Annecy, France. From the Maulburg-based Busch Group, 220 employees took part in the sporting competitions. Maulburg, July 18, 2024 – Participants from Pfeiffer Vacuum and Busch Vacuum Solutions competed together for the second time under the motto “One… Read more »

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    MACQUARIE ASSET MANAGEMENT AGREES TO ACQUIRE ADDITIONAL STAKE IN LYNN AND INNER DOWSING OFFSHORE WIND FARMS

    LONDON, 17 July 2024 – Macquarie Asset Management has announced that it intends to acquire, via its managed funds, an additional 39.25 per cent stake in the Lynn and Inner Dowsing offshore wind farms from funds managed by BlackRock. Lynn and Inner Dowsing are located off the coast of Lincolnshire. Operational since 2009, the adjacent… Read more »

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    Corio CEO heralds Australia’s offshore wind opportunity

    Corio Generation is making significant progress towards delivering the 2.5GW Great Eastern Offshore Wind project, located in the Gippsland offshore wind zone off the coast of Victoria. Corio was awarded a feasibility licence today, following the Commonwealth’s announcement of its intention to grant the license on May 1 and can now conduct the detailed assessment works… Read more »

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    More reliable and cost-effective: Schaeffler optimizes wind turbines using closed loop engineering

    Schaeffler is driving the further development of wind turbines through closed loop engineering Close cooperation with turbine and gearbox manufacturers to optimize wind turbine efficiency and performance Expanded testing capacity for wind turbine bearings thanks to world’s most powerful testing facility in Denmark   Schweinfurt, Germany | July 17, 2024 | Wind turbines have a… Read more »

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    Warwickshire council goes against planning officers and turns down major solar farm on the day Labour’s chancellor promises new planning reforms

    Planning permission for a major solar farm in Warwickshire has been refused despite being recommended for approval by the council’s own planning team. The application from clean energy company Enviromena for a 48.9MWp solar installation was turned down, ironically the same day as the new Labour Chancellor, Rachel Reeves, said she would overhaul planning restrictions, signalling that the new government was serious about planning reform. The plans for the 150-acre solar farm at… Read more »

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    Achieiving net-zero in the world of global manufacturing

    When we measure carbon footprints, certain large industries capture much public scrutiny, including energy, iron and steel production, transportation, and construction. But there’s another less obvious sector that has significant environmental impact.  Households – representing the average consumer buying everyday things like phones, clothes, furniture, computers, and toys – according to the International Society of… Read more »

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