Saturday, January 29 2022 Sign In   |    Register
 

News Quick Search


 

News


Front Page
Power News
Today's News
Yesterday's News
Week of Jan 24
Week of Jan 17
Week of Jan 10
Week of Jan 03
Week of Dec 27
By Topic
By News Partner
Gas News
News Customization
Feedback

 

Pro Plus(+)


Add on products to your professional subscription.
  • Energy Archive News
  •  



    Home > News > Power News > Today's News

    Power News - January 29


    There are 84 news articles for this date.   Click here for Gas News.

    Announcements


    S&C Electric Company Reveals New Modern Solution for Grid-Edge Outages
    CHICAGO, January 24, 2022 – S&C Electric Company, a leading grid innovator improving power reliability and delivery worldwide, announces its newest innovation, the VacuFuse® II Self-Resetting Interrupter, the latest lateral solution for grid-edge protection. The VacuFuse II interrupter brings fault-testing
    S&C Electric Company
     

    Utility Business / General


    Town of Rhinebeck mulls change to electricity plans
    RHINEBECK, N.Y. – Town Board members are reviewing whether a community solar program would be a better fit for electricity customers than joining a consortium of municipalities that would require residents to take added steps to stay with Central Hudson
    William J. Kemble
     
    Octopus Energy moves to Bruntwood SciTech’s No.2 Circle Square
    Renewable electricity provider Octopus Energy Group is moving into a new, hybrid office-retail base at Bruntwood SciTech’s No.2 Circle Square, as part of a drive to create 300 new jobs in Manchester. Circle Square Octopus will combine its 40,000 sq
    4502838¦Chris Mann¦45¦
     
    Shell starts up hydrogen electrolyser in China with 20 MW production capacity
    Jan. 28 -- Shell issued the following news release: Shell has started operations at the power-to-hydrogen electrolyser in Zhangjiakou, a joint venture between Shell (China) Limited and Zhangjiakou City Transport Construction Investment Holding Group Co. Ltd. One of the world’s
    Contify Energy News
     
    United States : Invenergys Sapphire Sky Wind Energy Center Breaks Ground After Completing Construction Financing
    Invenergy, the leading privately-held global developer, owner, and operator of sustainable energy solutions, today announced the start of construction following the close of construction financing for the 250-megawatt Sapphire Sky Wind Energy Center located in McLean County, Illinois. Sapphire Sky
    TendersInfo - News
     
    New solar farm planned as Tri-Cities officials back WA bill to halt energy projects
    Jan. 27—A Washington state bill that would temporarily stop state approval of wind and solar energy projects got the backing of Benton, Yakima and Klickitat county officials at a public hearing of a legislative committee this week. The hearing comes
    Annette Cary, Tri-City Herald (Kennewick, Wash.)
     
    Nuclear waste storage in New Mexico would be blocked if Senate, House bill pass Legislature
    High-level spent nuclear fuel would be prohibited from being stored in New Mexico if lawmakers pass a pair of bills introduced during this year's legislative session. The bicameral effort comes as Holtec International proposed to build and operate a facility
    Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current-Argus
     
    Brookfield Renewable Acquires Urban Grid for USD650 Million
    Deal In Brief Brookfield Renewable, a renewable energy company, has acquired 100% stake in Urban Grid, a clean power developer, for a purchase consideration of USD650 million Under the terms, Brookfield Renewable acquired pipeline of projects comprising approximately 13,000 MW
    Marketline - Deals
     
    Georgia PSC commissioner touts clean energy during presentation to Albany Rotarians
    Jan. 27—ALBANY — Tim Echols is a crime fighter by night and a clean energy proponent by day. That joke was his own, referring to his work in fighting child sex trafficking and as one of five members of the
    Alan Mauldin, The Albany Herald, Ga.
     
    PG&E Expands Scope of Wildfire Safety Center to Encompass, Ensure Readiness for Any Natural Disaster and Emergency
    With Wildfire Information Still a Priority, New Hazard Awareness & Warning Center Enables Faster, Better Response to Storms, Earthquakes and More OAKLAND, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Opened in 2018, Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) Wildfire Safety Operations Center (WSOC) has successfully
    Business Wire
     
    Greenbacker Capital announces investment in floating solar developer Noria Energy.
    Greenbacker Capital Management LLC, a leader in sustainable infrastructure investment, announced on 25 Jan 2022 that, through an affiliated fund (the "Fund"), it has made an equity investment in Noria Energy, a California-based solar developer. Greenbacker's growth investment will enable
    Chemical Business Newsbase (Press Release Abstracts)
     
    SEMPRA INFRASTRUCTURE, ENTERGY LOUISIANA SIGN MOU TO ADVANCE RENEWABLE ENERGY
    SAN DIEGO, Jan. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of Sempra (NYSE:SRE) (BMV:SRE), announced today it has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Entergy Louisiana, LLC to develop options designed to accelerate the deployment of renewable
    PR Newswire
     
    Green energy firms face new push in Kansas to restrict them
    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Green energy companies and environmentalists are fighting a revived push in the Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature for stricter limits on wind turbines and solar farms in a state where renewable resources account for nearly half the capacity
    By JOHN HANNA, Associated Press
     
    USA: Pallone Demands Answers from JCP&L about Frequent Electric Power Outages
    Source: United States House of Representatives – Congressman Frank Pallone (6th District of New Jersey) January 28, 2022 Press Release Long Branch, NJ – Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) today sent a letter to Jersey Central Power & Light Company
    ForeignAffairs.co.nz
     
    New Jersey offshore wind transmission plan advances with FERC filing
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) and PJM Interconnection on Thursday filed for approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) an agreement on the state’s offshore wind transmission grid solicitation.New Jersey targets
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    Bill spurring New Mexico hydrogen production stalls in committee
    A House committee on Thursday tabled a bill aimed at making New Mexico a hub of hydrogen production, adding a major hurdle for one of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s signature policy proposals this legislative session. The 6-4 vote to table
    Source New Mexico
     
    Sunrun closes USD-425m recourse lending facility
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - Sunrun Inc (NASDAQ:RUN), a US provider of home solar panels and batteries, said that it has arranged a USD-425-million (EUR 381.2m) recourse lending facility, securing better terms to ensure growth of its business. The new
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    US House bill includes USD 3bn for solar manufacturing
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - The US House of Representatives this week unveiled the America COMPETES Act of 2022 that seeks to bolster the country’s supply chain and competitiveness, and includes USD 3 billion (EUR 2.7bn) for solar manufacturing. The
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    Tesla nears 4 GWh of battery storage installs in 2021
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) this week reported results for 2021, showing a 68% year-on-year jump in solar installations and a 32% increase in energy storage deployments to almost 4 GWh. Last year, the company installed 345
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    Ameresco to build 10-MW solar-storage micro-grid in Prince Edward Island
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - US energy efficiency and renewables firm Ameresco Inc (NYSE:AMRC) has been awarded a contract to install a solar-plus-storage micro-grid for a community in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island, it announced recently. The so-called
    SeeNews Renewables
     
     

    Generation


    State’s Clean Energy Industry Remained Most Resilient During Pandemic
    HARTFORD — Connecticut’s clean energy industry has remained resilient and is positioned for future growth, despite the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the recently released 2021 Connecticut Clean Energy Industry Report. This report highlights that Connecticut’s clean
    The Newtown Bee
     
    Manitobans can, thankfully, put a price on PUB's vital Hydro oversight
    The Public Utilities Board gave Manitoba Hydro a stern message this week: cut spending and cancel plans to hire almost 400 more staff over the next two years to minimize rate increases for electricity customers. It’s a good reminder of
    Tom Brodbeck
     
    FIRSTENERGY CORP FILES (8-K) Disclosing Regulation FD Disclosure
    Item 7.01 Regulation FD Disclosure. On January 27, 2022, The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company ("CEI"), one of the Ohio electric utility operating companies of FirstEnergy Corp. (the "Company"), instructed the trustee to provide notice of redemption for all remaining $150
    Edgar Glimpses
     
    Researchers can generate energy from nuclear fusion
    A group of scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the United States has taken an important step in the process of making nuclear fusion, the process of generating energy from stars, a viable energy source for mankind. Using a
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    American Scientists Generate Energy from Nuclear Fusion
    It was only for a fraction of a second, but still an important step toward clean energy generation. Researchers at the National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Lab in California have succeeded in triggering a fusion reaction. Using 192
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    Memphis judge orders TVA to hand over more documents about its offer to Memphis, other cities
    A federal judge in Memphis wants the Tennessee Valley Authority to fork over documents about the environmental impact — and potential hazards — of its long-term contract offer to supply Memphis with electricity. U.S. District Judge Thomas Parker issued an
    Samuel Hardiman
     

    Environmental


    House committee halts governor's hydrogen bill
    Jan. 27—Members of the state House of Representatives' Energy, Environment and Natural Resources committee on Thursday voted to block a bill that aimed to make New Mexico a hub of hydrogen production. The committee voted 6-4 to table House Bill
    Robert Nott, The Santa Fe New Mexican
     

    Financial


    WEC Energy Group (WEC) Expected to Beat Earnings Estimates: Should You Buy?
    The market expects WEC Energy Group (WEC) to deliver a year-over-year decline in earnings on lower revenues when it reports results for the quarter ended December 2021. This widely-known consensus outlook is important in assessing the company's earnings picture, but
    Zacks Equity Research
     

    International


    I'm no power line guard, says KPLC engineer
    Ndolo said he has been singled out for prosecution from among dozens of employees yet he is not in charge of physical security of power lines. He said President Uhuru Kenyatta had statements in apparent effort to influence the intended
    The Star
     
    Enefit Green says natl defense restriction hindering establishment of solar parks
    Listed Estonian renewable energy company Enefit Green, a subsidiary of the state-owned energy company Eesti Energia, said that the Defense Ministry's restriction on the construction of solar parks stemming from national defense reasons will significantly hinder the creation of new
    The Baltic Times
     
    Sweden approves plan to bury nuclear waste
    Sweden’s government on Thursday announced it was approving a plan to provide a final storage place for radioactive spent nuclear fuel by burying it in metal containers deep in bedrock. The site of the final storage will be a facility
    AFP
     
    Afghanistan, Turkmenistan sign on power line project: power company
    KABUL, Jan. 28 (Xinhua) -- Afghanistan has signed a deal with Turkmenistan on a power line project for the Noor-al-Jihad substation recently activated in western part of Afghanistan, Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the country's main power supply company said
    Xinhua News Agency
     
    Hitachi Energy Achieves 100% Fossil Fuel-Free Electricity in Its Own Operations
    The company has achieved the first goal of its Sustainability 2030 plan and accelerates the path to carbon neutrality. Hitachi Energy, a global leader in power grid technology and market, announced that it achieved the first goal of its Sustainability
    Staff Oil & Gas Magazine
     
    Eskom not sacrificing maintenance ‘under any circumstances’
    Senior Eskom officials were at pains to emphasise the power utility will not be sacrificing maintenance under any circumstances. Planned and unplanned outages are expected to impact generation capacity in the future, but Eskom says maintenance has been sacrificed for
    Narissa Subramoney
     
    Eskom’s road ahead is paved with load-shedding, warns chief executive
    Image Source: EWN Power utility Eskom has warned that the road to operational recovery and sustainability will be long and hard. Major projects and outages undertaken this year will continue to exert pressure on the supply side, raising the risk
    Cape Business News
     
    FG inaugurates team to evaluate power sector
    …Says moves to improve electricity supply By Chris Ochayi ABUJA: The Federal Government has inaugurated a Ministerial Power Sector Working Group, MPSWG, with a charge to coordinate, monitor and evaluate activities in the Nigeria Electricity Supply Industry, NESI. Inaugurating the
    Vanguard
     
    Norway : The Prime Minister of New York for meetings of the UN Security Council
    Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stre traveled to New York on 23 January to chair two meetings of the Security Council during the Norwegian Presidency in January. The Prime Minister will also meet the UN Secretary-General, as well as visit Equinor's
    TendersInfo - News
     
    Finland : Sasu Valkamo appointed Vice President of Fortums Loviisa nuclear power plant
    Sasu Valkamo, M.Sc. (Eng.), has been appointed Vice President of Fortums Loviisa nuclear power plant, effective 1.2.2022. Valkamo has extensive experience in the nuclear power sector and has had a number of roles at Fortum since 1992. Within the Fortum
    TendersInfo - News
     
    Austria : Commission showcases role of EU R&I investments to deliver on the EUs Hydrogen Strategy
    The European Commission issued a Staff Working Document on the role of EU research and innovation investments to deliver on the EUs Hydrogen Strategy. The document describes the research and investment related instruments, and the challenges and opportunities to fully
    TendersInfo - News
     
    Germany : Clariant supplies novel AmoMax 10 Plus catalyst for ground-breaking green ammonia project in Oman
    Clariant, a focused, sustainable, and innovative specialty chemical company, further underlines its commitment to decarbonize the chemical industry and supports the prestigious overall $3.5 billion project to produce green ammonia and green hydrogen in Duqm, Oman. Clariant will supply KBR
    TendersInfo - News
     
    Ukraine : Yaroslav Demchenkov: The Ukrainian energy sector should be based on the principles of energy security
    Deputy Minister of Energy of Ukraine for European Integration Yaroslav Demchenkov presented Ukraine's achievements in the energy sector during the first day of Cluster 3 (Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Transport and Civil Protection) of the Subcommittee on Economic and
    TendersInfo - News
     
    IoT Time: Internet of Things digest
    27 Jan 2022 Dutch telco KPN has activated LoRaWAN ‘Class B’ on its existing nationwide LoRaWAN network powered by the Actility ThingPark IoT platform, leveraging the new standard’s low latency commands functionality for controlling and easily upgrading millions of IoT
    TeleGeography CommsUpdate
     
    EuroAsia locks record €657 mln Cyprus funding
    The EuroAsia Interconnector, the subsea electricity cable linking Cyprus and Israel with continental Europe, via Greece, has secured a record €657 mln in EU financing geared at clean energy sources, like solar and wind. It is considered the most important
    fm
     
    EBRD’s investments in Jordan double in 2021
    AMMAN — The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) more than doubled its investment in Jordan in 2021, supporting six projects worth 168 million euros. Thirty per cent of its investments were in green economy initiatives. One of the
    JT
     
    Neev II Fund invests in GPS Renewables
    In India, Neev II Fund has invested in GPS Renewables, a leading bioenergy technology and project integration company. GPS Renewables, with its passion to solve the waste management problem, started its bioenergy journey with captive food waste into biogas solutions,
    Biofuels Digest
     
    Need more geothermal plants to support clean energy penetration: DEN
    Geothermal plants will allow the nation to produce electricity continuously and support solar energy and wind power plants, which can only produce electricity when there is sunlight or when the wind is blowing, according to the National Energy Council (DEN).
    Antara (Indonesian National News Agency)
     
    Nuclear power is needed for net zero and more
    The world is concerned with reaching net-zero emissions to combat climate change. Nuclear power can be a base load to back up intermittent power sources such as wind and solar. A base load is a steady supply of electricity that
    Dr. Paul Sullivan
     
    Nuclear power is needed when the wind doesn’t blow
    Nuclear power is needed when the wind doesn’t blow Further to the article in your paper Caithness Courier, January 19 that Councillor Dalton thinks that we do not need nuclear power to keep the lights on, perhaps he has not
    John O'Groat Journal
     
    Company Ocean Winds awarded right to develop in Moray Firth
    INTERNATIONAL offshore wind energy company Ocean Winds has been awarded the right to develop in the outer Moray Firth. The company, created by EDP Renewables and Engie, has been allowed to develop new wind generation capacity as part of the
    The Northern Scot
     
    Aneel releases studies to install three mega-power plants in the Amazon
    The state-owned company Eletrobras and its subsidiary Eletronorte have received approval from the National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) to go ahead with the plan to build three large hydroelectric plants in the Rio Tapajós Basin, in the Amazon, one of
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    AsiaElec: New coal supply issues hit India
    Just days after Indonesia permitted exports of coal to resume, leading the wider coal-dependent Asian region to breathe a sigh of relief, energy generation plants in some of the more remote areas of India now face new struggles to secure
    Mark Buckton
     
    Swedish government approves plans for nuclear waste storage site
    Copenhagen (dpa) - The Swedish government has approved plans for a nuclear waste storage site, Environment Minister Annika Strandhäll said on Thursday. The government will store some 12,000 tons of radioactive waste 500 metres underground in southern Sweden. The repository
    dpa English
     
    Everfuel receives SEK 45 million grant for two H2 stations in Sweden
    Herning, Denmark, 27 January 2022 - Everfuel A/S is pleased to announce that its subsidiary Everfuel Sweden AB has been awarded two grants totalling approximately SEK 45 million by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency under The Climate Leap (Klimatklivet) investment
    Cision
     
    Nuclear power could be key to climate change challenge
    A chapel is seen in front of the cooling towers of the Czech nuclear power plant at Dukovany, 200 kms east of Prague, March 15, 2011. The world has had an uncomfortable relationship with nuclear power from the very beginning,
    Frank Kane
     
    United Kingdom: Green Party co-leader criticises £100 million bailout for Sizewell C
    Source: Green Party of England and Wales 27 January 2022 Responding to today’s news that energy company EDF will receive an additional £100 million cash injection from the Government to help it build the Sizewell C nuclear power plant, Green
    ForeignAffairs.co.nz
     
    Government readies Sizewell C nuclear project for future investment
    U.K., Jan. 27 -- The UK Government made the following announcement: Plans to build a new nuclear power plant in the UK have been backed by Pound 100 million of government funding. Plans to build a new nuclear power plant
    UK Government News
     
    Sweden approves plan to bury nuclear waste
    Sweden's government on Thursday announced it was approving a plan to provide a final storage place for radioactive spent nuclear fuel by burying it in metal containers deep in bedrock. The site of the final storage will be a facility
    AFP World News
     
    ReNew Power sells rooftop solar portfolio to Fourth Partner Energy for Rs672 crore
    New Delhi, Jan. 27 -- ReNew Power on Thursday today announced that it has sold its rooftop solar portfolio to Fourth Partner Energy for Rs.672 crore. A statement from ReNew Power said that after accounting for an outstanding debt of
    Mint
     
    EU approves restructuring aid for Romania’s Complexul Energetic Oltenia
    Romania’s plans to grant power company Complexul Energetic Oltenia restructuring aid for up to €2.66 billion (RON 13.15 billion) is in line with EU state aid rules, the European Commission’s anti-trust chief said on January 26, adding that the measure
    New Europe
     
    Powerlink Queensland: Wind turbines welcomed into the Port of Cairns
    Jan. 27 -- Powerlink Queensland issued the following news release: The first massive wind turbine blades for the $373 million Kaban Green Power Hub have arrived at the Port of Cairns. The 79-metre, 32-tonne blades are part of the wind
    Contify Energy News
     
    Spain is the second European country with the second largest number of jobs in the energy sector
    Technological transformation, renewable energies, energy efficiency, green finance and sustainability, and customer orientation are the five specialties most in demand by energy companies in the context of the current energy transition, according to a study prepared by the Chair of
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    Tshwane metro in R635 million arrears with Eskom
    The Tshwane metro owes Eskom R635 million for electricity services provided by the company. This was according to a statement released by Eskom on Thursday, stating that the R635 million owed by the metro was due by January 18, 2022,
    Rekord Moot
     
    Energy Production From Nuclear Fusion Has A Timeline
    With countries looking to step up their decarbonisation efforts to fight the climate emergency, nuclear energy has returned to the energy debate in 2022. However, is it really commercially viable? Sun provides more than 99% of the energy on Earth
    Sandeep K Chhabra
     
    Folsom Power Plant Stationary Battery Chargers
    Combined synopsis/solicitation (original): folsom power plant stationary battery chargers (i) this is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. this announcement constitutes the
    Al Bawaba Business
     
    Russia allocates credit line for construction of Iran`s Sirik power plant - minister
    TEHRAN, Iran, Jan. 28 Trend: Russia has formally allocated a credit line for construction of Sirik power plant in Iran, the country's Minister of Economic Affairs Ehsan Khandouzi said, Trend reports via IRNA. In August 2016, Iran had signed a
    Trend News Agency
     
    Baltic states renewing discussion on nuclear energy
    A discussion on building a nuclear power plant (NPP) by Latvia or even by the three Baltic states together has gained momentum with the rise in electricity prices and geopolitical tensions, a Latvian daily has reported. The newspaper recalls the
    BBC International Reports (Europe)
     
    Differences on electricity rate hike
    The lack of investment in transmission lines is what has kept electricity rates high and the problem has not been the participation of private initiative in power generation, said Ramsés Pech, an analyst of the electricity sector, during the Open
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    How will the new tariff affect your electricity bill?
    Muscat: With the announcement of the unification of electricity tariffs for the residential category for Omanis and residents, expats will witness a decrease in the electricity bill in the Sultanate of Oman. The Authority for Public Services Regulation (APSR) recently
    By: Times News Service
     
    EGAT deploys Siemens’ software solutions for the world's largest Hydro-Floating Solar Hybrid Project
    Zug, Jan. 27 -- Siemens AG issued the following news release: - First pilot project with a solar power generation capacity of 45 megawatts and hydroelectric capacity of 36 megawatts in Thailand - Software enables use of real-time data for
    Contify Energy News
     
    Iberdrola produces 1st power at pumped hydro giga battery plant in Portugal
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - Spanish utility Iberdrola SA (BME:IBE) said on Friday that it has connected the first power generation unit at its Tamega hydroelectric and pumped storage complex in northern Portugal. The mega-station consists of three reservoirs on
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    Cadeler strengthens Order Backlog by Strategic Contract with Vestas
    Cadeler A/S, a key supplier within the offshore wind industry, secures important contract with Vestas and a reservation agreement with an undisclosed client. The agreements ensure optimal utilization of the Cadeler fleet before and after the crane upgrades in 2024.
    Gulf Oil & Gas
     
    Iraq-Saudi power grid link to produce 1 gigawatt of energy initially
    The agreement to link their power grids is the latest of many cooperation initiatives between the two countries. T h e A r a b W e e k l y The Arab Weekly DUBAI – The power grid link
    Al-Arab Weekly
     
    Germany selects more North Sea areas for offshore wind
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - Germany is forging ahead with the planned expansion of offshore wind capacity and designated three more areas in the North Sea with the potential to add 1.88 GW of turbines. The Federal Maritime and Hydrographic
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    EDP Renováveis completes sale to Onex of wind farm in Portugal
    EDP Renováveis announced this morning that it has completed the sale to Onex Renewables of a wind farm located in Portugal, with a capacity of 221 MW and an Enterprise Value of 534 million euros, according to a statement sent
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    United Kingdom: Swedish Government approves plans for underground repository for spent nuclear fuel
    Source: UK Government Sweden’s planned repository is now approved by the Government. Image courtesy of SKB The licence allows SKB, the developer of the GDF in Sweden, to take final steps and preparations for initial construction of the site. The
    ForeignAffairs.co.nz
     
    AG Energy Secures Licence To Build 200MWp Solar PV Power Plant In Libya
    THIS COMMENTARY IS PUBLISHED BY FITCH SOLUTIONS COUNTRY RISK & INDUSTRY RESEARCH and is NOT a comment on Fitch Ratings' Credit Ratings. Any comments or data are solely derived from Fitch Solutions Country Risk & Industry Research and independent sources.
    Fitch Solutions Sector Intelligence
     
    PGE files for permits to build offshore wind farms off Poland
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - Polish utility PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna SA (WSE:PGE) said that this week it filed three applications with Poland’s ministry of infrastructure, seeking location permits to build offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea. It said
    SeeNews Power Market Review
     
    Arcadis to Accelerate the Roll-Out of Offshore Wind Energy
    Arcadis (ARCAD), the leading global design and consultancy organization for the natural and built environment, is supporting high-voltage grid operator, TenneT develop and implement a standard design for future 2GW land converter stations to boost the rollout of renewable wind
    Gulf Oil & Gas
     
    Ocean Winds Reaches Final Investment Decision on French EFGL Project
    Ocean Winds, an international offshore wind energy company created by EDP Renewables (EDPR) and ENGIE (50:50), and the “Banque des territoires”, as shareholders of the Eoliennes flottantes du golfe du Lion (EFGL) project, have just reached the Final Investment Decision,
    Gulf Oil & Gas
     
    EDPR completes sale of 221-MW wind portfolio in Portugal
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - Portuguese utility Energias de Portugal SA (ELI:EDP), through its renewables unit, has finalised the divestment of a 221-MW Portuguese wind portfolio to Onex Renewables Sarl. Under the agreement, EDP Renovaveis SA (ELI:EDPR) sold its full
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    Philippines' grid operator opens bids for reserve power providers
    Angelica Y. Yang - Philstar. comJanuary 28, 2022 3:04pm MANILA, Philippines -- The National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) is looking for interested ancillary service (AS) providers thatwill supply reserve power to the Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao grids, months
    Philippine Star News
     
    FRV starts power production at 138-MW solar park in Spain
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - Madrid-based developer Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) said on Thursday that its 138-MW San Servan 220 solar PV farm in the Spanish region of Extremadura started producing power. The complex is made up of three parks
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    Renova accepts AES offer to buy 305-MW wind project in Brazil
    January 28 (Renewables Now) - Brazilian renewables developer Renova Energia SA (BVMF:RNEW11) has accepted a proposal by a unit of AES Corp (NYSE:AES) to acquire a 305-MW portion of its 620-MW Cordilheira dos Ventos wind project. The transaction is subject
    SeeNews Renewables
     
    How energy storage and clean fuel company ITM Power is helping the Norwegian government to decarbonise industry
    ITM Power has sold a 24MW electrolyser to Linde Engineering, which will be installed at a site operated by Yara Norge AS located at Herøya outside Porsgrunn, about 140 km southwest of Oslo. The site covers an area of approximately
    Yorkshire Post
     


    If you've checked off any stories using the boxes above, use the following button to retrieve all of your stories at once.

       Home  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Safe Sender  -  About Energy Central   
    Copyright © 1996-2022 by CyberTech, Inc. All rights reserved.
    Energy Central® and Energy Central Professional® are registered trademarks of CyberTech, Incorporated. Data and information is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended for trading purposes. CyberTech does not warrant that the information or services of Energy Central will meet any specific requirements; nor will it be error free or uninterrupted; nor shall CyberTech be liable for any indirect, incidental or consequential damages (including lost data, information or profits) sustained or incurred in connection with the use of, operation of, or inability to use Energy Central. Other terms of use may apply. Membership information is confidential and subject to our privacy agreement.