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    Power News - November 25

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    T&D Automation

    CPower Energy partners with Consumers Energy
    International Resource News - 22 November 2022 United States-based energy management company CPower Energy Management has partnered with Consumers Energy, a subsidiary of US-based utility company, CMS Energy. The contract has been signed to deliver grid services across Consumers Energy's
    Resource News International

    Utility Business / General

    Energy Dept. awards $1.1B to keep California nuclear plant running
    California's Diablo Canyon Power Plant will receive a $1.1 billion federal award to help enable the plant to keep providing nuclear energy. The award is funded by the bipartisan infrastructure law's Civil Nuclear Credit Program, which is investing $6 billion
    UPI Top News
    Biden administration gives PG&E $1.1 billion to keep Diablo Canyon nuclear plant running
    The federal government has conditionally awarded PG&E about $1.1 billion to keep Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant running past its original closure date in 2025. The funding, announced Monday morning, comes from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Civil Nuclear Credit
    Mackenzie Shuman, The Sacramento Bee
    NYS Public Service Commission approves transmission line for offshore wind farm
    The New York State Public Service Commission approved a transmission line that will deliver electricity from a proposed wind farm off the coast of Long Island to the grid. The 25-mile offshore to onshore transmission line will carry energy from
    Daily Energy Insider
    Tens of thousands lose power near Lake Tahoe, in both California and Nevada, utilities say
    Tens of thousands of homes and businesses in the South Lake Tahoe area were without power Monday morning, with widespread outages reported on both the California and Nevada sides of the lake. The Liberty Utilities online outage map showed a
    Michael McGough, The Sacramento Bee
    Is A Battery Shortage Hampering Solar & Wind Development?
    Limited battery storage capacity remains a bottleneck to widespread application of solar and wind power. Credit: Stephan Ridgway, FlickrCC. EarthTalk (TM) From the Editors of E/The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that a shortage of batteries is slowing
    Alexander Birk
    Copel brings Jandaíra wind complex online
    Brazilian electric utility Copel, through its subsidiary Copel Geração e Transmissão (Copel GeT), has started commercial operations of its Jandaíra wind complex. Copel turned on the first 45MW of the 90MW wind complex, located in the state of Rio Grande
    Alix Publie
    Today’s rate designs are defective — How can utilities better recover their fixed costs and from whom?
    The following is a contributed article by Kenneth W. Costello, a regulatory economist and independent consultant who has worked for the National Regulatory Research Institute, the Illinois Commerce Commission, Argonne National Laboratory and Commonwealth Edison. The heightened interest in fixed
    Kenneth W. Costello
    Puget Sound Energy is now receiving power from a large, Montana-based wind farm
    Southeast Montana's Clearwater Wind Project began generating electricity for Puget Sound Energy this month. The Washington utility announced Nov. 16 that it was receiving power from its 350 megawatt share of the wind project roughly 30 miles northwest of Miles
    Colo. Electric Co-op, FarmBox Foods Announce Partnership to Grow Trees for Reforestation
    First-of-its-kind venture will plant 15,000 trees in Colorado SEDALIA, Colo., Nov. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- A groundbreaking reforestation program launched by CORE Electric Cooperative and FarmBox Foods is using innovation to achieve a new form of environmental stewardship. On Nov.
    PR Newswire
    U.S.: Biden-Harris Administration Announces $13 Billion To Modernize And Expand America's Power Grid
    The Biden-Harris Administration, through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $13 billion in new financing opportunities for the expansion and modernization of the nation’s electric grid. “With nearly 70% of the nation’s grid more than 25 years old,
    Contify Energy News
    European space agency considers plan for orbiting solar farms that beam energy into homes on Earth
    The European Space Agency (ESA) is considering a proposal for a three-year study to assess whether solar farms in orbit could produce energy from the Sun and beam it down to Earth. ESA described in a statement earlier this month
    Vishwam Sankaran
    Smart ways technology can be used to support a greener lifestyle
    Load shedding is a frustration for all South Africans. While many individuals are rushing to invest in alternative energy solutions like solar panels to manage this, sustainable choices for homes and offices are becoming more topical. With issues like climate
    Swell Energy Raises $120 Million to Bring Total Solar and Battery Virtual Power Plants to 600 MWh
    Financing to accelerate the company's mission to deploy 26,000 energy storage systems in homes and businesses and integrate with Swell’s 600MWh of virtual power plants (VPP) across the US. SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and Greenbacker Development Opportunities Fund I, LP
    Business Wire
    Fugro strengthens leading position in US offshore wind market
    Community Offshore Wind, a joint venture between RWE Renewables and National Grid, has awarded Fugro an offshore survey contract to support site appraisal and concept design activities in the New York Bight. Survey work will commence this year with the
    Financial Services Monitor Worldwide
    Swell pockets USD 120m for solar and battery VPPs in US
    November 22 (Renewables Now) - Swell Energy Inc has raised USD 120 million (EUR 116.8m) to accelerate its ambition to deploy 26,000 energy storage systems at homes and businesses across the US and bring its total solar and battery virtual
    SeeNews Renewables
    Beam Global Deploys First EV ARC™ Systems in Puerto Rico for Disaster Preparedness
    SAN DIEGO, Nov. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- [External Link] [External Link] Global, (Nasdaq: [External Link] [External Link] BEEMW), the leading provider of innovative sustainable products and technologies for electric vehicle (EV) charging, energy storage, energy security and outdoor media, announced that Puerto Rico
    Fitch Rates New England Power Company's Senior Notes 'A-'
    Fitch Ratings has assigned an 'A-' rating to New England Power Company's (NEP) issuance of $300 million 30-year senior unsecured notes. The notes rank pari passu with NEP's other existing senior unsecured debt. Net proceeds from the issuance will be
    ENP Newswire
    How Will The Electricity Generator Levy Work?
    The introduction of a new UK tax on renewable and nuclear electricity generators was confirmed in the recent Autumn Statement. Given the cost of funding the Energy Price Guarantee and the Energy Support Scheme, the introduction of such a tax
    By Mr Gus Wood
    GEPCO CEO's online kutchehry on Nov 23
    Gujranwala Electric Power Company (GEPCO) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Muhammad Ayub will hold an online kutchehry court on Nov 23, 2022 at the company's headquarters. According to a press release issued on Monday, the GEPCO CEO would listen to the
    Balochistan Times


    NRC Names New Resident Inspector At Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant
    WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 (TNSper) -- The Nuclear Regulatory Commission issued the following news release: Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials in Atlanta have named Robert Wehrmann as the agency's new resident inspector at the Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant near Spring City,
    Targeted News Service
    Entergy: Goos Ferry substation ready for distribution in Calcasieu Parish
    Entergy Louisiana completed the construction of a new substation and distribution circuits in Calcasieu Parish that will benefit thousands of customers in the Gillis, Moss Bluff and north and east Lake Charles areas. This project is part of Entergy’s ongoing
    Contify Energy News
    Eskom’s restated 2021 loss widens to record R25bn
    -- For more stories, go to theNews24 Business front page. [External Link] Eskom restated the company's reported loss for the 2021 financial year to R25.3 billion, about 38% more than before certain accounting adjustments. The state-owned power provider originally reported an
    Paul Burkhardt

    Energy Storage

    Regulatory update: California Public Utilities Commission; Coalition of California Utility Employees , has submitted (A2106021 ) Brief filed by Coalition of California Utility Employees on 11|04|2022 Conf# 186881.
    Sacramento: California Public Utilities Commission has issued the following document ( Brief ): BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA Application of Pacific Gas and Electric Company for Authority, Among Other Things, to Increase Rates and Charges
    Financial Law Reporter

    Energy Efficiency

    Penn Power Expanding Smart Grid in Western Pennsylvania
    Work builds upon enhancements that have reduced the number, length of outages SHARON, Pa., Nov. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Penn Power, a FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) electric company in western Pennsylvania, continues to expand its smart grid in Mercer and
    PR Newswire
    Penn Power to expand smart grid in Mercer and Crawford counties
    International Resource News - 22 November 2022 Penn Power, a FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) electric company in western Pennsylvania, is expanding its smart grid in Mercer and Crawford counties. The company says that it is taking this step in order
    Resource News International


    DOE awards $1.5M to minority-serving colleges for clean hydrogen research
    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) awarded $1.5 million in funding for five projects that will advance clean-hydrogen technologies and grow the skills and knowledge of science and engineering students at Minority Serving Institutions. These projects will directly engage with
    Daily Energy Insider
    The following information was released by the Office of Electricity (OE): Authored by: Denice Ross, U.S. Chief Data Scientist, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP); Tom Wilson, Assistant Director for Electricity, OSTP; Chris Irwin, Program Manager in
    States News Service


    AleaSoft: Wind power drove MIBEL prices down while gas prices rose in the rest of Europe
    /COMUNICAE/ In the third week of November, prices in most European electricity markets rose as a result of higher gas prices, higher electricity demand and falling solar production. However, in the MIBEL market, prices fell thanks to increased wind production,
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Uzbekistan reduces electricity supply to Kabul: DABS
    KABUL (Pajhwok): Da Afghanistan Bareshna Shirkat or power utility says Uzbekistan has reduced electricity supply to Kabul from 430 to 200 MW due to technical problems. DABS operations director, Safiullah Ahmadzai, told a press conference here that they had been
    Pajhwok Afghan News
    Peru's renewables share falls to 6.4% in Oct
    November 21 (Renewables Now) - Peru produced 326 GWh of electricity from non-conventional renewables in October, up by 3% year-on-year, the Peruvian ministry of energy and mining said in its latest report on the power sector. The non-conventional renewables, which
    SeeNews Renewables
    EDF Renewables plans 114-MW battery near Norwich
    November 21 (Renewables Now) - EDF Renewables UK today unveiled plans to develop a 114-MW battery near Norwich in eastern England with a view of filing a planning application next year. The proposed battery system will be located to the
    SeeNews Renewables
    Harmony Energy energises 98-MW/196-MWh battery in UK
    November 21 (Renewables Now) - Harmony Energy Income Trust plc (LON:HEIT) said on Monday it has switched on the 98-MW/196-MWh Pillswood energy storage project near Hull in East Yorkshire, which ranks as Europe’s largest battery in terms of MWh. The
    SeeNews Renewables
    Financing approvals near for Vietnam wind
    Lenders are set to approve debt financing for a $155 million wind power project in south-central Vietnam. The JV of ACEN (65%) and BIM (35%) owns and operates the 88MW onshore wind farm in Ninh Thuan province. The project involves
    Civi Yap
    Risk of nuclear accident looms over Ukraine plant
    Fresh explosions over the weekend at Ukraine's Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant have once again heightened fears of an accident at Europe's biggest atomic plant. Here is a look at the state of the plant in southern Ukraine and the
    AFP World News
    CNMV gives green light to Siemens Gamesa's takeover bid for wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa by Siemens Energy
    November 22, 2022 : Siemens Energy announced a voluntary cash tender offer (Tender Offer) for all the shares of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) that it does not already own, i.e. approximately 32.93 % of the shares. Thus, it will
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Supply chain plans published for 5 Scottish offshore wind projects
    November 22 (Renewables Now) - Crown Estate Scotland on Monday announced the publication of supply chain commitments by the three ScotWind clearing projects, which total 2.8 GW of floating offshore wind capacity. The three clearing projects, located in the NE1
    SeeNews Renewables
    Launch of Europe’s biggest battery energy storage system is a win for renewables
    Europe’s biggest battery energy storage system has officially begun its operation in Cottingham, UK. The system — which is the largest by megawatts per hour — aims to store electricity generated from renewable sources, such as wind turbines and solar
    Offshore wind power urges to call the first auctions in 2023
    The offshore wind energy sector urges the Government of Pedro Sánchez to speed up the procedures that will allow to reach 2030 with a generation of 3 GW off shore based on floating turbines in Spanish waters. To achieve this
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Nordex SE - Nordex Group receives orders for 43 MW from Belgium
    Hamburg - The Nordex Group has received orders for the supply of turbines for four wind farms with a total of 43.2 MW from one of Belgium's largest wind farm operators, Aspiravi. The orders also include a Premium Service contract
    ENP Newswire
    Wind parks produce 16.42% of France’s electricity on Nov 21
    November 22 (Renewables Now) - The share of wind power in total power generation in France reached 16.42% on November 21 as wind turbines produced 211,016 MWh. Overall, electricity generation for the day stood at 1,285,468 MWh, live data by
    SeeNews Renewables
    Wind energy giant Ørstead to open Houston office
    Nov. 22—The Danish company Ørsted, which claims a 25 percent market share of the offshore wind market, announced last week it will open an office in Houston to lead its engineering, procurement and construction efforts in the United States. Once
    Shelby Webb, Houston Chronicle
    Nordex books orders for 43 MW of wind turbines in Belgium
    November 22 (Renewables Now) - Germany’s Nordex SE (ETR:NDX1) said on Tuesday that it has picked up orders to supply its turbines for four wind farm projects totalling 43.2 MW in Belgium. The orders were placed by Belgian wind farm
    SeeNews Renewables
    Naturgy redoubles its commitment to renewables in Spain
    Naturgy is immersed in the construction of some thirty wind farms and photovoltaic plants in Spain, thanks to an investment of 528 million euros. The first 10 projects are expected to come into operation before the end of the year,
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Legal Aspects Of Renewable Energy In Turkey
    Renewable energy is getting more and more responses in human life day by day because the concept of a "sustainable world" within the scope of renewable energy has gone far beyond being just a statement of intent.Many countries and large
    By MGC Legal
    HANetf: Clean energy experts weigh in on COP27 and its implications for the net-zero transition
    COP27 concludes this week, and many countries have signed new deals and given new pledges, with the aim of accelerating the global transition to net-zero. For the first time, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) opened a COP27 pavilion, at
    Contify Energy News
    How specially trained sniffer dog Jac will keep electricity flowing this winter
    A dog that can sniff out faults in the power network is helping to keep electricity flowing this winter. SP Energy Networks (Spen) has been trialling the use of specially trained detection dog Jac, which is able to help identify
    Lucinda Cameron
    Most Ukrainian thermal and hydro power plants damaged by Russia
    Kiev — Practically all thermal and hydroelectric power plants in Ukraine have been damaged in Russian missile attacks in October and November, the head of the Ukrainian power grid operator Ukrenerho said at a press conference in Kiev on Tuesday.
    IAEA Sees Operational Safety Commitment at Saeul Nuclear Power Plant in Republic of Korea, Encourages Continued Improvement
    An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said the operator of Unit 1 and 2 of the Saeul Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in the Republic of Korea has demonstrated commitment to operational safety, for example by using portable
    ENP Newswire
    Power plant fire leaves 38 dead in China
    A fire caused by improper handling on Monday (21) at a factory in central China killed 38 people, the official New China news agency reported Tuesday (22), citing local officials. Two people were injured and were taken to hospital, according
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Energy crisis: France bets on floating offshore wind energy
    France has become the first country to tender out industrial-size floating offshore wind farms. The floating platforms are more promising than existing renewables but still have some hurdles to overcome.On a recent Monday morning, a group of journalists visited what
    Deutsche Welle Business
    New nuclear power unit proposed by Rosatom for Armenia to have lifespan of 100 years
    SOCHI, NOVEMBER 22, ARMENPRESS. The Rosatom-proposed nuclear power plant unit would have an exploitation term of 60 years with the possibility of extension for another 40 years, the Director of the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant Eduard Martirosyan told reporters during
    Armenpress News Agency
    Russia has dozens of technological solutions for small nuclear power plants, says Rosatom
    SOCHI, November 22. /TASS/. Rosatom has dozens of technological solutions for the creation of small nuclear power plants (SNPP), with several of them already being constructed, President of Rusatom Overseas (part of Rosatom state corporation) Yevgeny Pakermanov said at the
    Energy operator reports damage to all Ukrainian power plants except three nuclear sites
    KIEV, November 22. /TASS/. All Ukrainian power plants have been damaged to some degree except for three nuclear power stations, Head of the Ukrenergo National Energy Company Vladimir Kudritsky said on Tuesday. "We have almost no hydroelectric power stations or
    Nuclear fuel for Akkuyu nuclear power plant on track for May 2023 delivery
    Ankara: Anadolu Agency has issued the following news release: Plans are on track to have nuclear fuel delivered to Türkiye’s first nuclear plant at the end of May next year, according to Anastasia Zoteeva, the general director of the project
    Turkish Government News
    MEPCO launches grand crackdown to achieve 100pc recovery targets
    MULTAN: Multan Electric Power Company (MEPCO) authorities have launched grand operation to achieve 100 percent recovery targets by taking indiscriminate action against defaulters. The recovery staff led by SDOs were busy in the field on Saturday and Sunday to achieve
    Plus News
    Kyrgyzstan, Rusatom Energy International developing nuclear energy co-op
    BAKU, Azerbaijan, November 22. Russian Rusatom Energy International company and the Ministry of Energy of Kyrgyzstan have signed today an agreement on cooperation in the field of nuclear energy, Trend reports citing the Russian company's press service. During the international
    Trend News Agency
    US, Philippines to negotiate nuclear power tech-sharing pact
    The US and the Philippines will open talks on a deal for the Asian nation to build nuclear power plants with American technology, Vice President Kamala Harris announced. Harris met with Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr and Vice President Sara
    Bangkok Post
    RusHydro: Bureyskaya HPP generated more than 100 billion kilowatt-hours
    The largest power plant in the Far East, the Bureyskaya HPP, has generated more than 100 billion kWh of environmentally friendly, renewable electricity since commissioning. This corresponds to the energy consumption of the Amur Region, where the hydroelectric power plant
    Contify Energy News
    Ireland producer prices rise in October but electricity prices tumble
    (Alliance News) - Producer prices in Ireland surged last month, figures on Tuesday showed, though electricity prices fell markedly on a monthly basis. According to the Central Statistics Office, Ireland's producer prices rose 8.0% in October, quickening from a 6.1%
    By Eric Cunha;
    Further delays for Finnish nuclear reactor Olikiluoto 3
    Copenhagen — Finland's new nuclear reactor Olkiluoto 3 (OL3) continues to face delays and will not be ready to begin regular electricity production until the end of January 2023 at the earliest, according to news outlet TVO on Monday. "The
    Philippines: Moving closer to nuclear energy
    Highlights -- On Monday, US Vice President Kamala Harris, who is visiting Manila, announced the US and the Philippines are initiating talks on a civil nuclear cooperation deal. -- Once in force, the so-called "123 Agreement" will provide the legal
    Jay Hilotin, Senior Assistant Editor
    Further delays for Finnish nuclear reactor Olikiluoto 3
    Copenhagen (dpa) - Finland's new nuclear reactor Olkiluoto 3 (OL3) continues to face delays and will not be ready to begin regular electricity production until the end of January 2023 at the earliest, according to news outlet TVO on Monday.
    dpa English
    Ramaphosa slammed by opposition parties for leaving for overseas trip as country grapples with energy crisis
    Opposition parties have criticised President Cyril Ramaphosa for his international trips to the UK and Northern Ireland as the country faces an energy crisis. They say that despite the fact that there were ministers responsible for Eskom's oversight such as
    Kuben Chetty
    Nepra to hear Chinese company's petition for hike in EPC cost on Dec 1
    National Electric Power Regulatory Authority will hear the petition of CIHC Pak Power Company Limited (CPPCL) for a hike in EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) cost of 300MW Gwadar coal-fired power project to $403 million (up by 25.38 percent) on
    Rosatom discussing use of small nuclear power plants with certain African states
    SOCHI, November 22. /TASS/. Rosatom is discussing the use of small nuclear power plants (SNPP), including floating NPPs, with a number of African states, President of Rusatom Overseas (part of Rosatom state corporation) Yevgeny Pakermanov said at the Atomexpo-2022 forum
    Bet Solar, the photovoltaic distributor with a turnover of 200 million and plans to expand into 4 countries
    Bet Solar was born in 2015 in the midst of the decline of photovoltaic energy in Spain after the end of the premiums to distribute solar photovoltaic and energy efficiency equipment. In a down market its founder, Borja Pellicer, chose
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Exus Management launches EUR-50m renewables fund
    November 22 (Renewables Now) - Madrid-based investor Exus Management Partners said on Tuesday that it has launched a standalone renewables investment fund to pursue the development and acquisition of wind and solar power assets in the Iberian Peninsula and other
    SeeNews Renewables
    The world now works in India for Energy Security and Energy Emissions, CMD remarks at Energyscape Mint Energy Conclave
    'Aligned with India's Energy Transition and Net Zero target, ONGC is working on a framework for carbon capture CCUS CCS project with global energy majors, IIT Bombay, and NITI Aayog,' ONGC CMD Rajesh Kumar Srivastava highlighted at the Energyscape Mint
    ENP Newswire
    SEW joins Siemens' ecosystem of partners for grid software
    Siemens Smart Infrastructure has partnered with SEW to support utilities globally to improve the customer and workforce experiences for utility smart meter users and accelerate the path to a 100 percent renewable world. Headquartered in Irvine, California, SEW is an
    ENP Newswire
    SirajPower and Nakheel announce partnership in support of the UAE’s Net Zero by 2050 drive
    Solar energy specialist SirajPower has partnered with master developer Nakheel to deliver nine projects across the UAE. The agreements include the 3.1MWp solar rooftop for Nakheel’s The Gardens residential complex, as well as Dragon Mart 2 & 6, Discovery Gardens,
    Jason Saundalkar
    Arloid Automation: Governments Should Adopt Insulation and Artificial Intelligence Measures Now for Energy Security
    LONDON, Nov. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- A substantial reduction in energy use is needed now with insulation and artificial intelligence measures essential for a more energy secure future. Blackouts1 in the UK may have been averted this year2 but next
    PR Newswire
    Axpo goes on Swiss solar offensive, says more alpine projects coming
    November 22 (Renewables Now) - Swiss utility Axpo Holding AG said on Tuesday that it is launching a “solar offensive” in native Switzerland to reach over 1.2 GW of solar power capacity by 2030, up from today’s 0.2 GW. The
    SeeNews Renewables
    25% less CO2 Compared to Pure Fossil Fuels in Germany
    - Aral pilots two new fuels that reduce CO2 emissions by at least 25% compared to pure fossil fuels* – Aral Futura Super 95 and Aral Futura Diesel - Both fuels contain at least 30% of high-quality renewable components, including
    Gulf Oil & Gas
    Tencent Showcases Initiatives to Tackle Climate Change at COP27
    Tencent showcased next-generation low-carbon technologies at the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP27, in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. These include a zero-energy radiative cooling technology to protect glaciers, Asia's first carbon mineralization storage project, and water-saving and drought-resistant
    Gulf Oil & Gas
    Sweden: SolTech reports increased sales, but SEK 91.10mn net loss for Q3 2022
    Swedish solar energy company SolTech has reported a SEK 91.10mn (EUR 8.28mn USD 8.56mn) net loss for Q3 2022. This compares with a SEK 10.60mn net loss in Q3 2021. Net turnover increased from SEK 267mn to SEK 483mn. Organic
    M-Brain Nordic News
    Clean Power Hydrogen shares fall as Octopus Hydrogen cancels order
    (Alliance News) - Clean Power Hydrogen PLC on Tuesday said Octopus Energy Hydrogen Ltd has cancelled its order with the company after Clean Power faced delays on the construction of its first two MFE 220 units. Shares in Clean Power
    By Chris Dorrell;
    Repsol, Cepsa, Endesa, EDP, BP and Acciona compete for 100 M in aid for green hydrogen
    The Government is encountering a flood of applications to receive European funds to build projects linked to the green hydrogen revolution , which does not emit greenhouse gases as it is produced with renewable energies. In all the processes of
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Kenya leading in use of renewable and clean energy in Horn of Africa
    Kenya has been ranked top in the use of renewable and clean energy in the Horn of Africa, helping mitigate the effects of climate change. A report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) dubbed 'Clean Energy Transitions in the Greater
    Nathan Ochunge
    EDP Brasil inks 30.5-MW solar supply deal with healthcare group Hapvida
    November 22 (Renewables Now) - Brazilian power utility EDP Energias do Brasil SA (B3:ENBR3) has signed a self-production agreement with health and dental care group Hapvida NotreDame Intermedica for 30.5 MWac of solar power in Brazil. The 15-year private contract
    SeeNews Renewables
    GlobalData plc - Australia should formalize targets to emerge as renewables superpower, says GlobalData
    22 Nov, 2022 Australia should formalize targets to emerge as renewables superpower, says GlobalData Share Print page Posted in Power Australia has pledged to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 43% and increase the share of renewable power generation in
    UKI Equity Markets (Web Disclosure) via PUBT
    Masdar enters Turkmenistan with 100 MW solar PV plant agreement
    Abu Dhabi: Renewable energy company Masdar has signed a joint development agreement with Turkmenenergo State Power Corporation of the Ministry of Energy of Turkmenistan to develop a 100 megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) plant, which will be the company's first project
    Gulf News Report
    More than 80% of Iberdrola’s high and medium voltaje grids worldwide will be smart by 2025
    As part of its strategy towards energy transition, and with the aim of contributing to the decarbonisation of the economy, Iberdrola is committed to digitalising more than 80% of its transmission and distribution networks by 2025. Under the slogan "Building
    Contify Energy News
    The Curious Case of Switching Off Rooftop Solar And Pleading For Power Consumption In South Australia
    Highlights : * The challenge of 'too much' renewables share in South Australia offers interesting tips for other markets from a GW sized power market. In the past week, South Australia has seen the apparently curious situation of the national
    Saur News Bureau
    Nuclear energy can address energy challenges in Africa
    Dar es Salaam, Nov. 22 -- To promote sustainable development in Africa, nuclear technologies can play great role in putting the environment safe and have reliable energy supply. Many nations and particularly developing nations in Africa are currently formulating strategies
    Daily News
    Ukraine facing blackouts until March after ‘colossal’ damage to grid from Russian air strikes
    Ukraine faces blackouts across the country after ”colossal” damage to the country’s power grid from Russian attacks, an energy expert has warned. Ukrainians are being told to stock up on supplies or evacuate as the winter bites with temperatures expected
    John Dunne
    Ukrainian nuclear plant Zaporizhzhya shelled again, Moscow says
    Düsseldorf — The area of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant occupied by Russian troops has again been shelled, the Moscow Defence Ministry said on Tuesday, according to the Interfax news agency. On Monday - the day of a special inspection
    Development on Minesto's Dragon Class project - new record-levels of electricity production
    Minesto's microgrid power plant Dragon 4 (100 kW) has produced record-levels of electricity in October and November. A second foundation will now be installed, to run a mini array with two Dragon 4 units operating in parallel. The development of
    Floridians could see electric bills increase in January, April
    TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Florida's top power companies are asking the state to approve a set of rate hikes in January, and April to offset so-called 'under-recovered' fuel costs as a result of the war in Ukraine. The proposed rate
    Mahsa Saeidi
    MHI Delivers First Pump for Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Plant in UK
    TOKYO, Nov 22, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has delivered the first pump set of total 34 units consisting of five models for Units 1 and 2 at the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant
    ACN Newswire
    Japan relying more on renewables, nuclear power for energy: report
    Japan has increased its reliance on renewables and nuclear power as it tries to achieve the goal of net-zero emissions by 2050, the government's report on energy supply and demand in fiscal 2021 showed Tuesday. But carbon dioxide emissions from
    Japan Economic Newswire

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