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Top Power News - February 7, 2023

Fife windfarm seeks to extend operations for further five years
Earlseat Wind Farm, on Standing Stane Road, has been part of the landscape since 2014, and has permission from Fife Council to operate until 2039. Now the company behind it wants to extend that permission for an extra five years
Fleetwood Weekly News
Offshore wind will need major investments in transmission, supply chain, reports say
Achieving the aggressive offshore wind power goals of the federal government and individual states will require billions of dollars in spending on transmission infrastructure, "unprecedented" cooperation between grid operators and federal and state agencies, and would be aided by major
Robert Zullo, New Hampshire Bulletin
More than 90% of Austin has power — and those still without should know soon when it’ll be restored
For the more than 36,000 Austin households and businesses still without power, the city's utility is expecting to provide estimates for restoration by late Sunday night. "I'm sorry for how long this is taking," Austin Energy General Manager Jackie Sargent
Brad Allerton
GE Digital Announces GridOS® Software to Help Utilities Orchestrate the Clean Energy Grid and Accelerate the Energy Transition
World’s first software portfolio designed for grid orchestration aligns grid management technology end-to-end, enabling more secure, integrated, and flexible grid operations Only partner ecosystem focused on grid orchestration, pulling together marquee cloud, system integrator, and hyperscaler partners to help utilities
Business Wire
N American wind PPA prices fall, solar prices keep climbing - LevelTen
February 6 (Renewables Now) - In the fourth quarter, North American P25* power purchase agreement (PPA) offer prices rose an average of 2.7% to USD 47.19 per MWh, according to a new report from LevelTen Energy. LevelTen’s P25 Index includes
SeeNews Renewables
Seriti to build wind farm to power its coal mines
Top thermal coal supplier to struggling state power utility Eskom, Seriti Resources, is investing in wind power in the latest move by industry to wean itself off a national grid plagued by power cuts. Seriti on Thursday, 2 February, said
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Top Gas News - February 7, 2023

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation Establishes RNG Injection Point in Florida
Gate system enhancement enables alternative fuels into pipeline delivery system DOVER, Del., Feb. 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK) announces the establishment of a fuel injection point in Yulee, Florida, that enables the receipt of renewable natural
PR Newswire
PROBE: Why has the price of natural gas increased so much?
Question: Why has the price of natural gas increased so much? As a resident of El Centro, I was charged $1.60 per term last month, and the current bill for January is $4.50 per term. Why has the price of
Staff Writer
India committed to energy efficiencies, to increase hydrocarbon production: Hardeep Puri
Bengaluru, Feb 6 (IANS) Petroleum Minister Hardeep Puri on Monday said that India remains focussed on energy efficiencies, laying impetus on fuels of the future, including biofuels and hydrogen as well as increasing the use of renewable energies. Speaking at
Animesh Singh
TANGEDCO initiates feasibility study for gas turbine stations in North Chennai
Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (TANGEDCO) has initiated a feasibility study to set up gas turbine power stations in North Chennai to generate 2,000 MW of electricity. The company has appointed a consultant for the same and a detailed
Projects Today
India’s G-20 energy meet to balance renewables, fossil fuels
Bengaluru, Feb. 5 (BNA): Over 500 energy industry heavyweights and 30,000 participants will descend on the southern Indian city of Bengaluru on Monday to discuss the future of renewables and fossil fuels at India Energy Week the first big ticket
Bahrain News Agency
EU increased LNG purchases in 2022 to 134 billion cubic meters
Baku/06.02.23//Turan: The EU increased purchases of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2022 to 134 bcm from 80 bcm in 2021, European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson stated at a press conference in Baku, which is shown on the website of
Turan Information Agency
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