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Disorderly Transitions: Eight Enduring Global Power Sector Trends
While 2021 unfolded with some relief from the chaotic global pandemic that jolted the world in 2020, the year may be remembered for its extraordinary series of energy crises. After a cold snap prompted mass
Nuclear and Natural Gas Taxonomy Battles Brewing in Europe and S. Korea
A leaked draft of the European Commission’s proposal to label some natural gas and nuclear power plants as “transitional” or “green” investments has prompted pushback from some European Union (EU)…
Former Coal Mine Will House New Pumped-Hydro Storage Project
A company active in the hydropower sector is working on a new project to build a pumped-hydro storage facility at the site of a former coal mine in Kentucky. Boston,…
Ethiopian GERD Mega-Dam Readying to Test Power Production
Ethiopia is reportedly gearing up to begin testing hydropower generation at its flagship 5.2-GW Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), despite a continued diplomatic row about its potential implications on water…
Long-Awaited FSRU Project Nears Operation in El Salvador
A years-long energy project in El Salvador recently reached a milestone, as technology company Wärtsilä in November announced the installation and successful operation of a floating storage and
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2021: A Dark Year for Electricity Security, Reliability
While 2021 kicked off short on optimism given chaos from the COVID-19 pandemic, the year was characterized by an extraordinary series of critical energy crises. Power blackouts, brownouts, interconnection mismatches,…
Readying for First Offshore Wind Farm, New York Launches New Procurement, Infrastructure Investments
As New York this year readies to build the 132-MW South Fork Wind Farm—its first offshore wind project—the state will dedicate $500 million in funding to enable offshore wind manufacturing…
Evergy to Build Solar Array at Kansas City Coal Power Plant Site
Evergy, a Kansas City, Missouri–headquartered energy provider serving about 1.6 million customers in Kansas and Missouri, announced plans on Jan. 5 to build a 10-MW solar array at the company’s…
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Test Your Knowledge: Water & Steam Cycle Chemistry Monitoring
Water and steam are the lifeblood of a power plant, but contamination in a water system can lead to corrosion, scaling, and pitting on critical equipment including turbines, boilers, pipes,…
How to Enable the Protection of Your Safety Life-Cycle Systems
Engineering designs for functional safety systems used in the process industry sector are typically thorough, detailed, and follow a stringent safety life-cycle process. In a non-digitized execution model, the valuable…
2021 Connected Plant Conference Game Changers Award Winners 
Behind the digital tools that make the industrial internet of things (IIOT) in the power generation and chemical process industries are people. The 2021 Connected Plant Conference in Austin, Texas…
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