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PowerChina Plans to Enter European Green Energy Market via Serbia
Nigeria: Gas Turbine Upgrade Improves Indorama's Plant Output By 15%
Global power solutions company, GE has executed 6B Performance Improvement Package upgrade on the first two out of six 6B gas turbines at Indorama Eleme Petrochemical, Nigeria.
Gazprom Builds Small-Sized Thermal Power Plant in Romania
NIS Petrol, the Serbian subsidiary of Russian giant Gazprom, will build a thermal power plant with a total installed capacity of 7.5 MW in the city of Jimbolia, at Romania’s border with Serbia, Profit.ro reported.
Doosan Completes Construction of Vinh Tan 4 Thermal Power Plant in Vietnam
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction (DHIC) announced on 22 September that it had held the construction completion ceremony for the Vinh Tan 4 thermal power plant ordered by Electricity of Vietnam (EVN).
Iraq Signed A 1.3 Billion Dollars Deal With Siemens And Orascom Construction To Rebuild A Vast Power Plant
Iraq on Saturday signed a USD 1.3 billion deal with German industrial conglomerate Siemens and Egypt's Orascom Construction to rebuild a major power plant complex in the ravaged city of Baiji, north of Baghdad.
German Spend €40 billion Designed to Lessen Impact of Coal Plant Closures
German officials on Aug. 28 approved a plan to spend as much as €40 billion ($44.4 billion) over the next 20 years on projects designed to lessen the impact of the country’s complete move away from coal-fired power generation.
Trump Administration Considers Boost to Biofuel Mandates to Ease Farmer Anger
The Trump administration is considering ramping up biofuel blending quotas in the coming years to assuage anger in the Farm Belt over its recent broad use of waivers for small refineries, but is not planning to rescind any of the exemptions.
A Spanish Researcher Designs A System To Convert Waste Heat From Industrial Gases into Electricity
"The current energy situation - and all the environmental, political and economic problems associated with it - make it increasingly necessary to optimize power generation systems and incorporate energy saving measures into processes," says Miguel Araiz.
JERA Co. has Completed its Replacement of 13 Consecutive Gas Turbine Units
Japan’s JERA Co. has completed its replacement of 13 consecutive gas turbine units at one of that nation’s largest thermal power plants.
RWE Cites 'Challenging' Market Conditions as it Announces Plan to Close 1.5GW Coal Plant
The last remaining coal-fired power plant in Wales is to shut down next year, after energy firm RWE today announced "challenging" market conditions for UK coal power meant its 1.5GW Aberthaw B facility was no longer economically viable.
OPG to Acquire TC Energy' s Natural Gas-Fired Plants for $2.18bn
Goverment owned electricity generation company Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has signed an agreement to acquire a portfolio of three combined-cycle natural gas-fired plants from TC Energy’s wholly owned subsidiary TransCanada Energy for $2.18bn (C$2.87bn
Zimbabwe's 1.5-Billion-U.S.-Dollar Thermal Power Station Expansion Project Was on Schedule
Zimbabwe State-owned electricity power generator the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) on Monday said that work on the 1.5-billion-U.S.-dollar Hwange expansion project was progressing steadily and on schedule.
Opponents Say Nuclear and Coal-fired will Slow Construction of New Natural Gas-fired Generation
Opponents of a new law designed to prop up Ohio's imperiled nuclear and coal-fired power plants say it likely will slow construction of new natural gas-fired generation in the state.
Iran' s Thermal Power Generation Among Top 9 in World
Iranian thermal power plants have a 65-gigawatt production capacity which makes the country the 9th in the world in terms of electricity generation.
Over Two Thirds of Iran' s Thermal Power Capacity Privatized
Iran' s Ministry of Energy has released new data showing that the private sector owns over two thirds of the capacity of thermal power plants across the country.
Are Coal's Days Numbered in Europe?
Coal power generation in the EU has plummeted 19 per cent since the start of the year, according to analysis by Sandbag, but will the trend continue?
Renewable Sources Generated 47.3% of Germany’s Electricity , While 43.4% Came from Coal and Nuclear Energy
Renewable sources generated 47.3% of Germany’s electricity in the first half of 2019, while 43.4% came from coal and nuclear energy in this period, according to a report published by the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) in July.
An Improved Monitoring Mechanism can Play a Key Role of the Thermal Plant
TPPs consume significant amounts of water during the electricity generation process. Most of India’s TPPs are located in water-stressed areas, and water shortages have led to electricity-generation disruptions and significant to the economy.
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New Jersey To Get Its First Biosolids Gasification Plant
The biosolids gasification plant will help to make the region more environmentally-friendly and sustainable by processing 400 tons of biosolids per day into green renewable power.
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Cement Factories are Planning to Replace Imported Coal with Biomass
Local cement factories are planning to replace imported coal with locally produced biomass that would enable them to reduce foreign currency and carbon emission.
Ignoring Zero Emissions, the New South Wales Welcome New Coal Fired Generators
The New South Wales government says it would welcome proposals for new coal fired generators in the state, putting itself at odds with its own commitment to reach zero emissions by 2050.
Biogas' could Slash Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions by up to 13%'
A new report highlights that currently, only 2% of available feedstocks undergo anaerobic digestion and are turned into biogas. Biogas could be used to slash global greenhouse gas emissions by up to 13%.
EIA: Fossil Fuels Continue to Dominate U.S. Energy Consumption
Fossil fuels—petroleum, natural gas, and coal—have accounted for at least 80% of energy consumption in the United States for well over a century.
5-year power vision: Scaling up the grid integration of renewable energy
The Centre has advised thermal power producers to prepare for a scenario in which there will be a larger scale grid integration of renewable energy.Simply put, the total power demand will be met by a higher share of renewable energy, requiring thermal pow
How Fuel Availability at Power Plants Moved from Scarcity to Sufficiency
Prices in the spot electricity market have since dropped to unusually low levels, touching 1 per unit this week. Average prices in May, the peak summer month, were 44% less than the average prices last October.
Sealed Thermal Power Plants to Run to Meet Energy Demand
MAHAGENCO’s thermal power generation plants will survive only for two weeks with the currently available 13 million metric tonnes of coal stock.
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