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Bechtel, GE Will Lead 3.2-GW Gas Power Project
Vietnam's first privately-owned power plant has moved a step closer to fruition, as Delta Offshore Energy chose Bechtel to provide front-end engineering design (FEED) services for a proposed 3,200-MW combined…
Technology Triumph: Track 4A Is POWER's Plant of the Year
Winning POWER's highest honor is Track 4A, Southern Power Generation's 1.4-GW natural gas–fired power plant in southern Malaysia that is equipped with the first commercial GE 9HA.02 gas turbines—one of
Developer Abandons Virginia Gas-Fired Power Project
A Michigan-based energy company that planned to build a 1.1-GW gas-fired power plant in Virginia has pulled the plug on the project. NOVI Energy on July 9 said it would…
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Coal-to-Gas Transition a Winning Strategy in Tianjin, China
Reducing fine particulate emissions was a driving factor in the shift from coal to gas at the Junliangcheng power plant in Tianjin, China. Among the other benefits is a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions
New Gas-Fired Units Would Replace Coal at Indiana Plant
CenterPoint Energy could begin construction of two new natural gas-fired units to serve electricity customers in Indiana as soon as next year, if state regulators approve the utility's plan that…
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Commercial and industrial companies can reap many rewards by taking a more hands-on approach in sourcing power. Incorporating solar, wind, and other forms of on-site generation—including combined heat and
Xcel Scrapping Plan to Build New 800-MW Gas-Fired Plant
Xcel Energy is pivoting from its plan to build a new 800-MW natural gas-fired power plant at the site of its Sherco coal-fired facility in Becker, Minnesota. Instead, Xcel plans…
Money Makes the Power and Energy Sectors Go 'Round
If you’ve seen the musical “Cabaret,” you know that “money makes the world go ‘round” in a variety of ways. While it may not indeed make the power and energy sectors “go ‘round,” money does
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Wärtsilä wins major order for six power plants to support integration of renewables to Italy’s energy market

Parker Delivers GT Inlet Filter Houses to Golden Pass

Enverus Acquires Marginal Unit to Address Power Congestion, Predictability and Price Impact

ABB Power Conversion Expands Mission-Critical Services Training

PG&E Funds New Grant Program to Support Community Response to Extreme Weather Events

Finland’s largest Power-to-Gas plant – Wärtsilä and Vantaa Energy to continue planning towards an investment decision
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