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Energy news, November 2014

IDG Europe has developed a new solar panel featuring Dyneema fiber suitable for defensive use.

Swellable titanium carbide for cyclable capacitave energy storage.

The UK composites industry celebrated its successes at the 2014 Composites UK Awards Dinner held on 11 November.

Siemens has updated its Fibersim composites engineering software with new functionality for bi-directional exchange of computer-aided engineering (CAE) and

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Wetzel Blade is developing a composite wind turbine blade, based on a space frame design, which can be easily transported and assembled on site, reducing t

Ahlstrom says its AceBlade Carbon unidirectional carbon fibre reinforcement has superior fatigue resistance and enhanced mechanical properties.

The Isle of Man has selected DONG Energy, Manx Tidal Energy Ltd and Tocardo Tidal Energy Ltd to develop an offshore wind farm and several tidal energy proj

From 27–30th October, 350 delegates, from over 30 countries, gathered at the Hilton hotel in Clearwater, FL for NuMAT 14.

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The Journal of the European Ceramic Society is pleased to announce that financial support for projects is now available from the JECS Trust.

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