Ground broken at new 450MW gas-fired combined cycle plant in Tunisia
19 March, 2018
A groundbreaking ceremony has taken place for a new US$340m gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Tunisia with a capacity of 450MW.
GE announces new energy storage platform
16 March, 2018
US power firm GE has launched a new battery energy storage platform that is designed to support both grid integration of renewable power and decentralised generation.
ABB to integrate renewables into Turkish grid
09 March, 2018
Swedish-Swiss technology group ABB will supply technology to the Turkish transmission operator Teias to help integrate renewable energy into the grid.
Siemens delivers five compressor trains to Mexico pipeline project
08 March, 2018
Global power generation and transmission systems supplier Siemens has delivered five gas turbine-driven compressor trains to Fermaca Enterprises for two pipeline stations in Mexico.
Power plant plans approved to supply Pembroke refinery
06 March, 2018
Plans to build a £127m Combined Heat and Power plant to supply electricity to the Pembroke refinery in Wales have been given the go ahead.
Nuclear decommissioning grant worth £1.5m awarded to Wood and partners
A consortium led by engineering firm Wood has won £1.5m in UK Government funding to develop a new nuclear decommissioning solution.
EDS wraps up cable contract for 400MW Rampion wind farm
28 February, 2018
UK electrical engineering firm EDS has completed cable termination and testing work at E.ON's 400MW Rampion wind farm off the southern coast of England.
KiWi Power unveils behind the meter battery project
23 February, 2018
UK energy storage developer KiWi Power has launched its largest behind the meter battery to date with the completion of the 4MW Tesla battery system in Bridgend, south Wales.
Russia plans potential US$620bn investment in power infrastructure
21 February, 2018
The country’s Ministry of Energy has announced that modernisation and greenfield developments in its power sector will require US$620bn of investment up to 2035.
Pöyry awarded Armenian hydropower feasibility study
20 February, 2018
International consulting company Pöyry has won a contract to carry out the feasibility study for the Shnogh hydroelectric project in Armenia.
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