Sellafield nuclear decommissioning partnership wins extension
17 July, 2019
The Decommissioning Delivery Partnership, a collaborative partnership between 17 supply chain companies and Sellafield Ltd, has had its contract extended at the Sellafield nuclear decommissioning site.
Siemens awarded US$314m Iraqi gas-fired power plant contract
11 July, 2019
German engineering giant Siemens has received an order to supply the key components and long-term power generation services for the 840MW Maisan combined cycle power plant in Iraq.
Czech Republic announces plans to increase nuclear power
10 July, 2019
The Czech government has given preliminary approval for Elektrárna Dukovany II, a subsidiary of utility ČEZ, to build at least one new nuclear power unit along with three more existing power plants at Dukovany and Temelín.
Siemens to supply equipment for new Armenia power plant
04 July, 2019
German engineering group Siemens will supply a complete power island for the new Yerevan 2 combined-cycle power plant in Armenia.
Wärtsilä to supply 200MW dual-fuel power plant to Cambodia
02 July, 2019
Finnish technology group Wärtsilä is to supply a 200MW flexible baseload power plant to help meet Cambodia's rapidly growing energy demand.
Record-breaking milestone reached at Hinkley Point C
28 June, 2019
The Hinkley Point C nuclear power station marked a new milestone with the completion of the base for the first reactor.
Siemens Gamesa storage rocks in Hamburg
14 June, 2019
Spanish company Siemens Gamesa has today started operating an electric thermal energy storage system in Hamburg, Germany, that uses volcanic rock.
Partners close US$1bn financing for first independent combined-cycle power project in Sharjah
21 May, 2019
The 1.8GW Hamriyah power project, secured by GE and partners Sumitomo, Shikoku Electric Power and Sharjah Asset Management, is set to be the first large scale independent combined cycle power plant in Sharjah, UAE.
Wood appointed to lead virtual research into better nuclear design
16 May, 2019
Scottish energy infrastructure firm Wood has been appointed by the UK government to lead the second phase of research into nuclear power reactors.
Sellafield awards 20-year decommissioning contracts to 4 organisations
09 May, 2019
Sellafield Ltd, the organisation responsible for the Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria, has issued partnership contracts to Doosan Babcock, KBR, Morgan Sindall Infrastructure and Wood to deliver major projects as part of the site’s 100-year decommissioning programme.
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