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POWERnews—Sept. 16, 2021

POWER Magazine   Jobs   White Papers  Webinars   Events   Store   September 16, 2021 ‘What’s Next’ for Siemens Energy? Everyone in the power industry is familiar with Siemens Energy. Its technology is behind about one-sixth of the world’s power generation, and ...


Nuclear Advisory Council Deems Commissioning of Holtec SMR-160 by 2030 a ‘Credible Target’

Holtec International’s ambitions to install its first set of SMR-160 small modular reactor nuclear plants in the U.S. by 2030 may be a “credible target,” the company’s advisory council comprising 20 utility and nuclear industry leaders has reportedly determined.  The ...


In First for the U.S., Vineyard Wind Achieves $2.3B Financial Close for Offshore Wind Farm

Vineyard Wind 1, an 800-MW phase of an offshore wind project offshore Massachusetts, has achieved financial close. The milestone, a first for a U.S. commercial-scale offshore wind farm, now allows Vineyard Wind to provide its contractors with a notice to proceed with construction.  Vineyard Wind, ...


POWERnews—Sept. 9, 2021

POWER Magazine   Jobs   White Papers  Webinars   Events   Store   September 9, 2021 Moss Landing Battery Project Offline After Overheating The first phase of the battery storage project at the Moss Landing complex in California was taken offline after an overheating ...


Chevron Exploring Equity Interest in Mitsubishi Power and Magnum Green Hydrogen Hub in Utah

Chevron is poised to acquire an equity interest in the Advanced Clean Energy Storage project, a developing green hydrogen hub that could support more than 1 GW of electrolysis facilities and store 5,500 metric tonnes of their produced green hydrogen in salt caverns near Delta, Utah. The integrated ...


Siemens Gamesa Launches World’s First Fully Recyclable Wind Turbine Blade

Siemens Gamesa has launched what it says is the world’s first wind turbine blade that can be used at a commercial offshore wind farm and recycled at the end of its lifecycle. The company already has agreements with three major customers—including RWE and EDF Renewables—for the installation of ...