Monitoring CNR’s innovative floating and vertical bifacial PV plants
Diversifying research on the impact of public lighting on biodiversity
Are our cities and infrastructure ready for it?
ENGIE Laborelec’s root cause analysis (RCA) activities for CCPPs have seen enormous growth over the past few years. Customers appreciate our comprehensive multidisciplinary approach and our capacity to successfully challenge OEMs and other stakeholders.
ENGIE Laborelec is conducting technical due diligence on NET Power’s supercritical CO2 power cycle. This groundbreaking technology is a potential game changer for power production, using natural gas and oxygen to generate zero-emission electricity while also capturing CO2.
ENGIE Laborelec has installed permanent Lidar measurement systems on the nacelle of one of the WindFloat Atlantic turbines off the coast of Portugal. The measurements and analyses are expected to shore up the business case for floating wind turbine technology.
In-depth analysis allowed ENGIE Research to challenge OEM-imposed wind sector management (WSM) on a turbine in the port of Ghent. The study sheds additional light on how to better assess the phenomenon of wind distortion in complex terrain.
As demand for residential batteries started to boom in the Flemish region of Belgium in 2021, ENGIE Laborelec’s experience in this area, developed through years of R&D, proved to be invaluable.
ENGIE Laborelec’s highly efficient robotized PV cleaning solution is a game-changer for regular cleaning of single-axis tracking modules. Last year, its value was demonstrated in a semi-autonomous setting at the Trompezòn plant in Mexico.
Potential induced degradation, or PID, continues to impose a serious threat to the performance of every generation of PV plants. ENGIE Laborelec achieves impressive results with PID mitigation solutions tuned to the plant configuration.