Sime S.r.l.

Sime, with more than 280 employees is an international group of Companies present in Italy, Romania, Republic of Congo and with Commercial offices in France and in the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi). Sime provides Engineering and Management services for Upstream, Midstream and Downstream, for both On & Off-shore.

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SUMMIT CARBON SOLUTIONS PARTNERS WITH BUSHMILLS ETHANOL

Bushmills Ethanol | April 18, 2022

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Summit Carbon Solutions is happy to announce a new cooperation with Bushmills Ethanol, Inc. to help the company decarbonize its Atwater, Minnesota, ethanol plant. Bushmills Ethanol joins Summit Carbon Solutions' revolutionary carbon capture and storage project as the 32nd ethanol facility. The plant commenced production in 2005 and now generates 85 million gallons of gasoline-ethanol annually. Summit Carbon Solutions is creating the world's most significant ...

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NEW YORK PASSES LEGISLATION TO STREAMLINE RENEWABLES PLANNING

Renewables Now | April 08, 2020

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The state of New York has passed legislation that will “dramatically” speed up the permitting process for renewable energy projects. The so-called Accelerated Renewable Energy Growth and Community Benefit Act will facilitate the state in reaching its goal of sourcing 70% of its power from renewable power projects and help it recover from the coronavirus crisis, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) said last week. The new legislation envisages the creation of a n...

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DUTCH SHIFTING FOCUS FROM WIND TO SOLAR POWER IN FUTURE PLANNING

Nltimes | May 06, 2020

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There is much more support for solar energy in the Netherlands than for new wind turbines to be installed, according to the preliminary plans of 24 of the Netherlands' 30 energy regions. If these so-called Regional Energy Strategies (RES) are actually implemented, the ratio between wind and solar energy will switch from 60 percent wind and 40 percent sun, to 20 percent and 80 percent respectively, NOS reports. In order to achieve the goals set in the climate agreement, the Netherlands was di...

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FIRST SOLAR POWER FACILITY BECOMES WORLD’S FIRST TO DELIVER GRID SERVICES

Power-technology | August 24, 2020

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First Solar has named one of its power plants as the world’s first licensed utility-scale solar facility to commercially deliver ancillary grid services. The US-based photovoltaic (PV) solutions provider has said its Luz del Norte facility will now deliver a range of grid services, including automatic generation control. Coordinador Eléctrico Nacional, an independent system operator (ISO) in Chile, has added the facility to its portfolio of large-scale power generators. Chile Minist...

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ECONOMY

SUMMIT CARBON SOLUTIONS PARTNERS WITH BUSHMILLS ETHANOL

Bushmills Ethanol | April 18, 2022

Summit Carbon Solutions is happy to announce a new cooperation with Bushmills Ethanol, Inc. to help the company decarbonize its Atwater, Minnesota, ethanol plant. Bushmills Ethanol joins Summit Carbon Solutions' revolutionary carbon capture and storage project as the 32nd ethanol facility. The plant commenced production in 2005 and now generates 85 million gallons of gasoline-ethanol annually. Summit Carbon Solutions is creating the world's most significant ...

Read More
news image

NEW YORK PASSES LEGISLATION TO STREAMLINE RENEWABLES PLANNING

Renewables Now | April 08, 2020

The state of New York has passed legislation that will “dramatically” speed up the permitting process for renewable energy projects. The so-called Accelerated Renewable Energy Growth and Community Benefit Act will facilitate the state in reaching its goal of sourcing 70% of its power from renewable power projects and help it recover from the coronavirus crisis, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) said last week. The new legislation envisages the creation of a n...

Read More
news image

DUTCH SHIFTING FOCUS FROM WIND TO SOLAR POWER IN FUTURE PLANNING

Nltimes | May 06, 2020

There is much more support for solar energy in the Netherlands than for new wind turbines to be installed, according to the preliminary plans of 24 of the Netherlands' 30 energy regions. If these so-called Regional Energy Strategies (RES) are actually implemented, the ratio between wind and solar energy will switch from 60 percent wind and 40 percent sun, to 20 percent and 80 percent respectively, NOS reports. In order to achieve the goals set in the climate agreement, the Netherlands was di...

Read More
news image

FIRST SOLAR POWER FACILITY BECOMES WORLD’S FIRST TO DELIVER GRID SERVICES

Power-technology | August 24, 2020

First Solar has named one of its power plants as the world’s first licensed utility-scale solar facility to commercially deliver ancillary grid services. The US-based photovoltaic (PV) solutions provider has said its Luz del Norte facility will now deliver a range of grid services, including automatic generation control. Coordinador Eléctrico Nacional, an independent system operator (ISO) in Chile, has added the facility to its portfolio of large-scale power generators. Chile Minist...

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