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We share proven expertise in energy production, transmission and distribution industry. Thanks to the long-term experience in cooperating directly with various utility operators, our consultants know and understand their key business processes and challenges.
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Industry-specific geospatial software systems offered by Globema and our Partners have been developed, enhanced and successfully used by utilities for many years, thus today they feature an uncontested set of comprehensive & advanced functionalities. GE Smallworld, deployed by over a 1000 enterprise customers, is defined as the market leader in geospatial solutions for utilities by Gartner.
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The world’s biggest power plant can generate99
Three Gorges Dam hydroelectric power plant in Yichang, Hubei province, China is 181m tall and 2,335m long.
The oldest known working lightbulb was produced in1890
Invented by Shelby Electric Company, works constantly from 1901 at the Fire Station 6, 4550 East Ave., Livermore, California.
The world’s tallest wind turbine has capacity of8
It is enough to supply electricity for 7,500 average European households or about 3,000 American households. The first machine has been installed for testing at the Danish national wind turbine test centre at Osterild.
The biggest solar power plant can generate377of power
The electricity generated by all three plants is enough to serve more than 140,000 homes in California during the peak hours of the day. BrightSource’s LPT solar thermal system is operating at the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System (ISEGS) in California’s Mojave Desert.
The longest journey by solar electric vehicle was29753long
The expedition was led by the the Solar Car Project Hochschule Bochum (Germany). The participants travelled around the world departing Adelaide, Australia on 26 October 2011 and finishing in Mount Barker, Australia on 15 December 2012.