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What's new in the energy field? Welcome to follow up our journey to help you use power for good. You can read the latest eNext news and explore our events for thermal power plants.
Apros User Group seminar held 14 - 15 May was a great success - once again.
Fortum eNext, specialising in reducing emissions and improving energy efficiency, will supply nitrogen oxide reduction equipment to Vaskiluodon Voima Oy’s Vaasa power plant. The modification will enable the power plant to comply with the tightening restrictions on nitrogen oxide emissions.
Fortum O&M UK Ltd − Grangemouth CHP handed 5th consecutive RoSPA President's Award for health and safety practices
President's Award is presented to those organisations which have achieved 10-14 consecutive Gold Awards. So far the Grangemouth CHP has achieved 14 consecutive Golds.
You are warmly welcome to hear as Ph.D. Gabor Csaba from Fortum eNext, Turbine and Generator Services, gives and in-depth presentation of Generator Diagnostics − From failure modes to risk for forced outage − at the annual Iris Rotating Machine Conference - IRMC, May 6-9, 2019 in New Orleans.
Fortum eNext to present turnaround solutions for aging power plants at the Boilers and Energy Equipment Conference 2019 in Brno
We invite you to meet us and follow our presentation on how to take your plant's performance to a new level with a holistic turnaround approach.
Winds of change are blowing in the energy sector. The role of conventional energy production is changing and energy companies need to rethink their strategies and business models.
In recent years, Rwanda has been one of the fastest growing economies in the East African Community, recognised by the World Economic Forum. It is also among the most stable countries in Central Africa. Along with growth comes the need for more energy, amongst other things.
By operating one of the world’s largest and most efficient biomass-fired power plants, in England, Fortum eNext is not only implementing Fortum's strategy but is also taking the UK a step closer to its goal of obtaining 15% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020.