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Group Says It Will Launch World's Largest Green Hydrogen Project
Global energy company SGH2, part of Washington, D.C.-based Solena Group, said it has a deal with Lancaster, California, to build what the company calls the world’s biggest green hydrogen production…
 
Trump Expands Regulatory Rollback, Including for Power, Amid Economic Fallout
President Trump in a new executive order (EO) has directed federal agencies to rescind, modify, waive, or provide exemptions from regulatory requirements that may inhibit economic recovery.  The Executive Order…
Failed Michigan Dam Had Longstanding Spillway Deficiencies
The Edenville dam, which failed on March 19 flooding Midland, Michigan, and forcing as many as 10,000 residents to evacuate their homes, had its license revoked by the Federal Energy…
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Nuclear Reactor with 3D-Printed Core Slated for Operation in 2023
A first-of-its-kind nuclear reactor that will use a 3D-printed core, advanced materials, and integrated sensors and controls is on track for completion by 2023. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, work is…
DOE  Launches Program to Demonstrate Advanced Nuclear Reactors Within 5 Years
Bolstered by $230 million in Congressionally appropriated funding, the Department of Energy (DOE) has officially launched the Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program (ARDP) to help U.S.-based private developers of advanced nuclear…
Siemens Launches 'Most Powerful' HL-Class Gas Turbine
Siemens on May 15 began moving what the company calls its “largest, most powerful, and most efficient heavy-duty gas turbine” from Germany to the UK, where the company will test…
 
IEA: Renewables Showing Resiliency Despite Serious COVID Disruptions
Renewable power sources will mark their first annual decline in new additions in 20 years, owing to delays in construction activity, supply chain disruptions, lockdown and social distancing measures, and…
Construction Halted on 1-GW Polish Coal Plant
Polish energy companies Enea and Energa late on May 19 announced they were ending their involvement with construction of the Ostroleka C coal-fired power plant, after new co-owner PKN Orlen…
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GE Renewable Energy to Support the Development of Clean Electricity in Pakistan

PG&E Poised to Expand Battery Energy Storage Capacity by More Than 420 Megawatts

Apex Industries joins Equal by 30 Campaign and Commits to Equal Pay, Leadership and Opportunities for Women in the Energy Sector

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