Dortmund, 26 November 2015, RWE Effizienz

RWE holds live demo of Lemonbeat for international experts

The new communication protocol, Lemonbeat, has proven its strengths in a live demonstration. The presentation in front of around 100 IT experts from all over the world was a great success. It was held at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee Meeting (TPAC 2015) in Sapporo, Japan. This is an important step for RWE towards the standardisation of the “Lemonbeat smart Device Language” (LsDL). The new universal language for IoT devices has been available to the W3S for examination and commentary since September. more

Dortmund, 17 November 2015, RWE Effizienz

RWE founds company for Lemonbeat

With Lemonbeat, RWE has introduced the first innovative communication standard for the Internet of Things that paves the way for further success on the market. The new Internet language is to be marketed by Lemonbeat GmbH under the leadership of Holger Wellner. Wellner was previously Head of Product Management at RWE Effizienz GmbH and managed the business area of home automation, RWE SmartHome, which is where the Lemonbeat protocol originated. more

Essen, 12 November 2015, RWE AG

RWE confirms earnings forecast for 2015

In the first three quarters of 2015, the RWE Group’s EBITDA was down 6% year on year to €4.4 billion and its operating result decreased by 9% to €2.6 billion, as expected. The main reason for this was the price-induced shrinkage of margins in conventional electricity generation. more

Noordoostpolder, 04 November 2015, RWE Innogy GmbH

Zuidwester wind farm demonstrates rapid progress achieved in wind industry

Construction work on the Zuidwester wind farm is in full swing on the dyke along the shore of the IJsselmeer. Yesterday, the first of twelve wind turbines has been successfully put into operation. Fifty turbines installed during the late 1980s and early 1990s are being replaced by large new turbines. Each of the new Zuidwester turbines can generate as much electricity as all 50 turbines of the old wind farm combined. The new Enercon onshore wind turbines are the largest in the world with a hub height of 135 metres and a capacity of 7.5 megawatts (MW) each. The total investment is over €150 million.more

Essen, 30 October 2015, RWE Innogy GmbH

New partnership heralds green light for Galloper Offshore Wind Farm

RWE Innogy has today announced three new project partners for Galloper Wind Farm Ltd (GWFL). UK Green Investment Bank (GIB), Siemens Financial Services and Macquarie Capital, join RWE Innogy in becoming 25% joint equity partners of the 336MW Galloper Offshore wind project. Combining the expertise and experience of all four companies, the deal will enable construction of the project off the coast of Suffolk, to commence in November 2015.more

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