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Power Demand


Pioneering 10-MW Baseload Hydrogen Power Plant Breaks Ground in French Guiana

Hydrogene de France (HDF) Energy, an independent power producer and fuel cell manufacturer, has kicked off construction of one of the world’s first multi-megawatt baseload hydrogen power plants. The company…



GE Gas Turbines Installed to Support California Power Supply

Four General Electric (GE) gas turbines have been deployed in California as part of the follow-up to Gov. Gavin Newsom's emergency order to safeguard the state's power grid. GE recently…


Distributed Intelligence: Empower Consumer Control and Uncover New Possibilities

Consumers today want their utilities to provide an experience like any other service provider, offering the same control and transparency. User-friendly smart meter technology has allowed consumers to play a…


China Grappling with Another Crippling Power Crunch 

China’s tightening coal supplies, more stringent energy intensity and environmental restrictions, and soaring industrial power demand have triggered another widespread power crisis. Blackouts and brownouts have reportedly afflicted numerous provincial…


Phnom Penh Power Plant: An Investment for the Future of Cambodia

The Phnom Penh power station supports Cambodia’s decarbonization goals. The 200-MW facility’s 11 dual-fuel engines can operate on heavy fuel oil today, with a goal of using much-lower-emission natural gas…


The Solar and Wind Power Cost-Value Conundrum

The costs for wind and solar power generating systems have decreased dramatically over the past decade. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the global weighted-average levelized cost of…