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12 Big Power Stories You May Have Missed in 2020
With COVID-19 filling the news throughout 2020, it’s very likely you missed some of the most important developments that occurred in the power sector this year. Here's a look at…
2020: A Year of Reckoning for Competitive Generators
Over the past year, power generators that depend on wholesale electricity markets for the bulk of their revenues endured remarkable pressure stemming from the pandemic, changing company business priorities, and…
Rosatom Will Build SMR Project in Republic of Sakha
Russia's state-owned nuclear power company Rosatom has signed an agreement confirming its participation in construction of a small modular nuclear reactor project in the Russian Republic of Sakha. Officials from…
5 Reactors Connected to the Grid, 5 Removed in 2020
Nuclear power capacity continues to grow worldwide, as larger reactors are added to the grid while smaller units are retired. Furthermore, uprates to some existing reactors have also added to…
EPRI Selected for Three Energy Storage Projects
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) was selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to lead three advanced energy storage projects. The projects will study innovative, non-battery-based bulk energy…
In Case You Missed It
China Suffers Widespread Blackouts Amid Coal Supply Shortage
Provinces across China are reportedly grappling with crippling power shortages prompted by a surge in power demand from a stunning ramp up in industrial activity, an especially harsh winter, and…
GE Will Supply Turbines for Vietnamese Wind Farm
Innovation in the design of onshore wind turbines continues, with GE Renewable Energy announcing Dec. 28 that it will supply eight of the company’s 3 MW-137 turbines as part of…
Improving Asset Inspections with Drones and AI
The U.S. bulk electric system consists of more than 360,000 miles of transmission lines, including approximately 180,000 miles of high-voltage lines, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. That means…
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Renewables and Distributed Energy Resources Take Center Stage as Power Is Transferred to the People
2021 Predictions for Energy, Utilities, and Resources Even if the climate crisis is currently having to share headline space with the global pandemic, it has by no means lost its…
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