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DOE Confirms Fusion Energy Milestone at California Lab
The first nuclear fusion reaction to result in a net energy gain has been successfully completed by scientists at a laboratory in California, a milestone in the decades-long pursuit of…
GE's New Energy Business Announces HQ Site
General Electric (GE), which has restructured its operations in recent years and in July announced its energy and other businesses would have new brand names, on Dec. 15 said its…
New CPV Gas-Fired Power Plant Will Include Carbon Capture
A Maryland-based power generation development group said its new 1.8-GW combined-cycle natural gas-fired power plant in West Virginia will include carbon capture technology, as the company continues to expand its…
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The POWER Interview: What Energy Consumers Want from Utilities
EY earlier this month released the findings from its Energy Consumer Survey 2022. The report is “focused on how energy impacts the lifestyles and wallets of consumers,” according to the…
Increasing Energy Security: Optimizing Today’s Energy Operations and Investing in Renewables for the Future
Countries’ timelines to becoming energy secure and reaching net-zero targets have shortened. Major contributing factors include COVID-19’s impact on supply chains and the war in Ukraine. Alongside this are external…
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Small Modular Reactors Aren’t Difficult Nuclear Waste Generators
Many experts believe small modular reactors (SMRs), which are generally classified as nuclear power reactors with an electrical output of 300 MW or less, offer great promise for supplying the…
Caution! When Retrofitting Older Turbines, Upgrade Gas Control Valves
As a result of legislative actions across the U.S., acquiring permits for greenfield natural gas-powered plants has increasingly become a challenge. In New York, for example, state officials denied permits…
U.S. Officials Set to Announce Fusion Energy Breakthrough
U.S. scientists reportedly have carried out the first nuclear fusion experiment to achieve a net energy gain. The Department of Energy (DOE) is expected to announce the breakthrough on Dec.…
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