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GE Throws in the Towel on Coal-Fired Power

GE said it will exit the new-build coal power market, subject to applicable consultation requirements. “GE’s Steam Power business will work with customers on existing obligations as it pursues this exit, which may include divestitures, site closings, job impacts and appropriate considerations ...


Is Carbon Capture Technology a Viable Solution? [PODCAST]

Carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) is widely viewed as a necessary technology to facilitate the continued use of fossil fuels in light of climate change concerns around the world. One company that has been highly focused on CCUS research and development, as well as deployment of the ...


Best of POWER—September 14, 2020

POWER Magazine   Jobs   White Papers  Webinars   Events   Store   September 14, 2020 Award-Winning Hydropower Project Helps Electrify Ethiopia The government of Ethiopia has set a goal of providing access to electricity to all its citizens by 2025. It still has a long ...


COAL POWER Direct—September 9, 2020

POWER Magazine   Jobs   White Papers  Webinars   Events   Store   September 9, 2020 DOE Issues Emergency Order to Alleviate California Power Crisis The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on Sept. 6 took the rare but drastic action of issuing an emergency order under the ...


New Fuel Cell Power Plants Deployed in South Korea and California

Two new fuel cell-based electricity generation facilities have been “powered on” in the Gyeonggi province of South Korea. The new installations use Bloom Energy’s solid-oxide fuel cells. One of the power plants—a 19.8-MW installation—is located in Hwasung. It is the largest Bloom Energy ...


What Is Siemens Energy? CEO Tells All

Siemens announced the spinoff of its Power and Gas division on May 7, 2019. It was part of the company’s Vision 2020+ strategy. On Sept. 1, Siemens Energy laid out its post-spinoff plans during a virtual capital market presentation. Siemens Energy’s Portfolio Leading up to the event, Christian ...