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    Electricity from a container

    In New Delhi, STEAG presents NRW Minister of Economic Affairs Pinkwart resource-conserving power generation for the Indian market

     

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    Advanced software tools of SES facilitating predictive maintenance of waste incineration plants

    The good capacity utilisation of the German waste incineration plants means that almost all plants operate at maximum combustion capacity. A further increase in capacity can only be achieved by increasing operating hours, for example by avoiding unscheduled downtimes.

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    STEAG´s solution-toolkit facilitating excellent Flexibility in Power Generation

    Flexible Operation is a must in developing power markets with increasing contributions from renewable energies (RE).

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    New service package optimizes operation of wind turbines

    Keeping the technical availability of wind turbines at a continuously high level is not an easy task. Many operational problems are still not recognized in time. With the new WINDcenter, Steag Energy Services wants to change this.

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    Incredible India!

    India is growing and the energy sector is booming: a capacity of around 300 gigawatts is currently available – and by 2030 that figure is due to rise to 900 gigawatts. To meet this enormous challenge, the Indian energy industry is relying on the support of STEAG Energy Services.

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    We stand for maximum performance and availability of energy plants

    Only with a permanently economical and highly available plant you can you achieve the best possible positioning in your market. A high level of efficiency in design and daily operation, high availability and low operation and maintenance costs are among the key factors.

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    High wind farm availability has a name: WINDcenter

    Maintaining the technical availability of wind turbines continuously at a high level is no easy task, as many of the plant's problems are still not identified in good time.

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