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Black & Veatch: No More Coal Construction
Black & Veatch is ending the company’s participation in coal-based power market design and construction, saying it will allow the company to focus on clean energy technologies. The engineering and…
Darlington's First Refurbishment: A Model for Nuclear Construction
The successful refurbishment of Unit 2 at the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station marked a pivotal milestone for Ontario Power Generation’s 10-year, C$12.8 billion overhaul of the plant’s four CANDU
More Delays for Vogtle Plant Expansion
Georgia Power said it still expects to meet a state regulatory deadline for commercial operation of the first of two new reactors at its Vogtle nuclear plant expansion. The utility,…
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The Energy-Sector Threat: How to Address Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities
Electric-power and gas companies are especially vulnerable to cyberattacks, but a structured approach that applies communication, organizational, and process frameworks can significantly reduce cyber-related risks. In our experience working with…
Shakeup for 720-MW Nuclear SMR Project as More Cities Withdraw Participation
At least eight cities have now dropped shares in the Carbon Free Power Project (CFPP), a 720-MWe NuScale Power small modular reactor (SMR) project proposed by Utah Associated Municipal Power…
How Biden’s Presidency Could (Further) Transform the Power Sector
Joe Biden on Nov. 7 clinched the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency, barring Donald Trump’s prospects for a second-term. Almost immediately, reactions from various parts of the…
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JERA Planning to Shift Coal Power Fleet to 100% Ammonia
Japanese firm JERA, a joint venture between TEPCO and Chubu Electric, on Oct. 13 issued a roadmap to achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050. The move is notable for the company whose business includes a sizable
Siemens, Toshiba Pulling Out of Coal-Fired Generation
Toshiba Corp. and Siemens Energy are the latest major power industry companies to move away from coal. Toshiba on Nov. 11 announced it will stop taking new construction orders for…
Consistent Excellence Makes Byron Nuclear Plant Special
A focus on continuous improvement has helped the nuclear power industry shine in recent years. The U.S.'s fleet of nuclear reactors has achieved average capacity factors of more than 92% over the past five
Coal-Fired Power in 2021: A Recovery or a Reckoning?
This has been the year from hell for coal-fired power and the coal industry. If current projections hold, coal generation in 2020 will be 21% lower than last year and…
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Electric Power Research Institute Joins Energy Web Strategic Collaboration, Will Test Blockchain Technology for Distributed Resource Integration

GE Announces the Opening of a New Aeroderivative Turbine Center in Perth, Australia

Experts from Doosan Škoda Power overhauled a turbine at the Sandvik 3 biomass incinerator in Sweden

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