E.ON - GERMAN HQ
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FREE AS A BIRD - It is happening. Wind energy is providing bucket loads of energy that will be more useful with the kind of load leveling that battery and hydrogen storage can provide, to make better use of all that captured natural power. Windmills and sails had been working for mankind for hundreds of years before the discovery of electricity. These graceful machines can be located in isolated areas where winds are strong and reliable.
Germany-based, privately owned international energy company E.ON’s revenues for the year ending September 2018 stood at $36.93bn.
Its Energy Networks segment accounted for 29.5% of the total revenue during the period, followed by Customer Solutions 20%, and the Renewable segment 3.3%. The company’s Non-Core Business accounted for 4% of the total revenue.
E.ON operates more than 5GW of renewable power plants worldwide. It also operates a nuclear power business in Germany through PreussenElektra. The European Commission (EC) approved the acquisition of E.ON and Innogy’s renewable businesses by RWE in February 2019.
According to Power-Technology.com, a website that provides market and customer insights in this sector, they listed these power companies (according to the 2018 Forbes calculation of net market capitalization, assets, sales and profit) as the biggest utilities:
National Energy Board (Canada)
National Grid plc (formerly Central Electricity Generating Board UK)
FROM SPACE EXPLORATION TO ZERO EMISSIONS - Developed to power satellites and spacecraft, the silicon solar panel is now a cost effective way of generating clean electricity. Ideal sites for the location of solar farms is land that cannot be used for farming, such as the deserts we have created.
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