Siemens Gamesa installs innovative energy storage system in Spain
25 May, 2018
German-Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa has installed a redox flow energy storage system for testing at its La Plana research and development site near Zaragoza in Spain.
Dominion Energy invests in small modular reactor design
22 May, 2018
American power company Dominion Energy has invested in GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy’s small modular nuclear reactor design, helping to bring the design closer to commercialisation.
Drax to pilot Europe’s first biomass carbon capture storage project
21 May, 2018
Power company Drax Group has announced that it is to pilot the first bioenergy carbon capture storage project of its kind in Europe.
Statoil commences cable laying at Johan Sverdrup
15 May, 2018
The cable-laying vessel NKT Victoria has started laying subsea power cables at the Johan Sverdrup field complex that will connect it to the Norwegian mainland.
US$2bn Bangladesh coal-fired power plant plans confirmed
10 May, 2018
Plans for a new 1.3GW coal-fired power plant in Bangladesh have been confirmed after a joint venture was signed between the Bangladesh Power Development Board and China Huadian Hongkong Company.
Siemens receives first H-class gas turbine order from China
04 May, 2018
EIC member company Siemens has secured its first H-class gas turbine order in mainland China.
National Grid leads UK system frequency control project
02 May, 2018
The UK’s system operator National Grid is leading a project to help find new ways to stabilise the country’s transmission system as more emphasis is put on renewables and fossil fuels are phased out.
Ansaldo Energia to build 625MW Tunisian gas-fired power plant
30 April, 2018
Italian power engineering company Ansaldo Energia has signed an engineering, procurement and construction contract with Société Tunisienne de l’Élecriticité et du Gaz to build a gas-fired power plant in Tunisia.
Ørsted to develop UK battery storage
25 April, 2018
Danish power company Ørsted, formerly DONG Energy, is to build and operate a 20MW energy storage project.
Work begins on Turkey’s first nuclear power plant
06 April, 2018
Russian state-owned firm Rosatom has begun construction on the Akkuyu nuclear power plant, the first to be built in Turkey.
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