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Wärtsilä completes three EPC projects to Brazil in record time

Wärtsilä’s engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) capabilities have been clearly demonstrated with three recent project deliveries to Brazil, which were successfully completed in record time. The orders were placed in Q4, 2021 by Tevisa, Linhares Geração, and Povoação Energia, companies hel...

Wärtsilä news from Oman, the Netherlands and Nevada

Wärtsilä has extended the agreement with a power plant owner in the Sultanate of Oman, is completing the commissioning of its first energy storage project in the Netherlands, and will upgrade the performance of a captive power plant supplying electricity to a Nevada Gold Mines mining operation in th...

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Welcome, POWERTRAIN INTERNATIONAL!

POWERTRAIN (formerly DIESEL INTERNATIONAL) changes its name: from January it will be called POWERTRAIN INTERNATIONAL, following the change of name of our Italian magazine DIESEL, which will become POWERTRAIN. This does not mean deleting the word diesel from our agenda and from our priorities, but it...

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Wärtsilä: new Sustainable Technology Hub in Finland

Wärtsilä Corporation opened its new technology centre, the Sustainable Technology Hub, in Vaasa, Finland. The new centre will contribute to efforts to advance the global decarbonisation of marine and energy by fostering innovation, collaboration, and the development of green technologies using susta...

Wärtsilä to test hydrogen blended fuel

Wärtsilä, in collaboration with WEC Energy Group, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and Burns & McDonnell (B&McD), have been contracted to carry out hydrogen fuel testing at the A.J. Mihm power plant in Michigan, USA. The project supports WEC’s ambition to reduce the CO2 emissions from it...

Wärtsilä sustainable fuels paper

Wärtsilä has published an important paper on the role of sustainable fuels in the energy sector’s transition towards decarbonised power generation. Future carbon-neutral fuels and the use of flexible engine power plants capable of utilising such fuels, will be central to this transition.
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