Pairing solar and storage challenges gas peakers

Gas peakers have been around even before the recent rise of renewables made them even more indispensible. How else could grid operators fill in the void created by the vanishing solar generation when the sun sets at the end of the day or when wind stops spinning the wind turbines’ blades? And with natural gas […]

Onsite power for remote mining locations

The need for a secure, efficient power supply is as important to mining operations as the equipment used by the mine to keep production up and running, sometimes on a continuous basis. Many remote mine sites are located at a great distance from the nearest power grid, resulting in the need to establish reliable off-the-grid […]

Beware these engine killers

When reviewing oil analysis data, a forensic approach is required which incorporates a combination of science, experience and gut instinct. There is an explanation for every oil analysis result obtained, but that explanation is not always apparent and requires the abilities of a diagnostician. In this article, we go on a journey through the eyes […]

Testing the acoustical noise of a generator set and interpreting the data

Large generator sets produce high levels of noise that must often be mitigated to meet national regulations and directives. This usually involves key decisions about the optimal generator set location and installation, how to design noise control systems and other factors, which is why it is important to conduct accurate noise level assessments timeously, before […]