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Power plant

  • SPIE awarded "CHP Plant of the Year 2018" | SPIE

    -The CHP (combined heat and power) plant of the Klinikum am Bruderwald Hospital in Bamberg has been awarded CHP Plant of the Year 2018... Ratingen, April 10 2019 --Planned and implemented by SPIE, the Combined Heat and Power plant of the Klinikum am Bruderwald Hospital in Bamberg has been awarded CHP Plant of the Year
  • Belgium: SPIE is contributing to the development of renewable energy | SPIE

    Brussels, July 11th 2018 --SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, has been involved in the construction of the deep geothermal power plant of VITO (Vlaamse Instelling voor Technologisch Onderzoek), the Flemish Institute for Technological Research, which specialises in clean technologies and sustainable development
  • Hein Dirix succeeds Johan Dekempe as Managing Director of SPIE Belgium | SPIE

    In 1999, he was appointed as Project Manager for the construction of several cogeneration power plants in the Port of Antwerp and for the Zandvliet Power CCGT. Having managed one of Electrabel's maintenance divisions for 5 years, in 2005 he moved to Chile, where he held the position of COO of ECL
  • SPIE reduces energy costs at Muldentalkliniken hospitals | SPIE

    SPIE reduces energy costs at Muldentalkliniken hospitals SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, delivers energy savings at Muldentalkliniken hospitals in Grimma and Wurzen. Muldentalkliniken GmbH commissioned SPIE to plan, install and operate two combined heat and power plants and absorption chillers. In the framework of energy performance contracting, the multi-technical service provider financed the initial investment
  • SPIE awarded top honours by its client partner EDF | SPIE

    Every year, the Nuclear Generation Division of the EDF Group organises a challenge to showcase the best innovations implemented at its nuclear power plants. This brings together the teams involved in EDF's nuclear activities, including power stations, engineering and R&D units, business associations and the Group's industrial partners involved in maintenance and logistics across the nuclear plants
  • SPIE modernises several transformer stations for Netze BW | SPIE

    The energy transition has resulted in more and more plants that feed in energy locally, explains Dr Andreas Kühner, head of grid development projects at Netze BW. These power plants include photovoltaic systems and wind turbines. This leads to changes in the load flows
  • SPIE Wins Multi-million Pound Contract with NGD for the Design and Installation of Three Data Halls | SPIE

    These data halls each include A&B plant areas, dual power trains, generator backup, 3.0MW of available critical power, 3MW critical cooling and a data centre management system, in line with SPIE's smart solutions offering. This is in addition to a data hall delivered by SPIE earlier this year to similar specifications
  • Breakthrough: SPIE uses a drone for high-voltage power lines - Flora and fauna protected around pylons | SPIE

    SPIE uses a drone for high-voltage power lines- Flora and fauna protected around pylons... This mode of operation protects the ground, as well as plants and wildlife nearby and between the pylons
  • Saving energy and cutting costs | SPIE

    Senior Project Manager Thomas Knorr will give a talk about the installation and operation of a combined power, heat / steam and cooling plant and other measures to increase energy efficiency, save costs and protect the environment in the Klinikum am Bruderwald hospital in Bamberg. This event will also focus on how businesses can save energy and cut costs as a result
  • SPIE gains the renewal of the fire fighting systems at Oiltanking Amsterdam | SPIE

    Amsterdam / Schiedam, August 2nd 2017 --SPIE, the independent European leader in multi technical services in the areas of energy and communications, will renew the fire detection and the fire fighting systems at the plant of Oiltanking Amsterdam... SPIE's tasks includes servicing the connection to the valve station and to the extinguishing and cooling systems on the tanks, laying power lines between the valve station and different equipments, and applying and replacing cabling for line detection