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Biden Administration Throws Support Behind Floating Offshore Wind
The Biden administration announced a goal of installing as much as 15 GW of floating offshore wind energy capacity by 2035, and said it plans to auction off leases to…
DOE’s Latest Energy Earthshot Will Tackle Technical, Economic Challenges for Enhanced Geothermal Systems
The Department of Energy’s (DOE)’s latest Energy Earthshot will seek to cut the cost of enhanced geothermal systems (EGS) to $45/MWh by 2035, an ambitious goal that would shave current…
Oxford Group: Decarbonizing Energy Would Save $12 Trillion
A new study from business and environmental researchers at Oxford University disputes the notion that a strategy to transition global power generation toward renewable energy and away from fossil fuels…
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The Energy Conundrum: Decarbonizing the Power Supply While Maintaining Reliable and Affordable Electricity
Countries throughout the world have set carbon emission reduction targets in an effort to limit the effects of climate change. Many are striving to achieve net zero in coming decades.…
Enverus Expands Renewables Arm, Acquires Spanish Solar Power Group
A Texas-based company involved with data analytics for the energy industry is acquiring a Spanish group as part of a continuing effort to expand its offerings in the power generation…
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Biden Signs Bill to Transform U.S. Energy, Combat Climate Change
President Biden’s signing of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) should provide further impetus for growth of U.S. renewable energy, coming on the heels of a report from the Federal Energy…
Rapid Progress for Japan's Offshore Wind Ambitions
Japan's ambitions to install up to 10 GW of offshore wind power by 2030 have made rapid progress over the past month, driven partly by accelerated action to address a supply and demand mismatch. Weeks after
TVA Successfully Completes a Dam Safety Modification Project for the Ages
When a sinkhole was discovered near the base of the Boone Dam embankment, the Tennessee Valley Authority’s dam safety engineers went to work determining the best fix. The complexity of the work and quality
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Solar Project Forges a Bright Future for Colorado Steel Mill
The Bighorn Solar farm has been called the future of renewable energy. It’s a project dedicated to providing cleaner power for a major industrial facility, while also investing in the community and
Iceland Geothermal Station Energizes an Entire Economy
The Svartsengi plant in Iceland has operated for decades, and continues to build its legacy as the facility’s electricity generation and hot water support new businesses and provide a remarkable example of
A Fine Balance: Building One of Europe's Largest Hybrid Facilities
When Swedish company Vattenfall in 2018 set out to combine wind, solar, and battery storage resources at this pioneering energy park in the Netherlands, its foremost focus was to demonstrate a clean energy
Airport Upgrade Highlights History, Energy Efficiency
A terminal at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is the world’s first to receive a new and important design recognition from a green building group. Harvey Milk Terminal 1 at SFO is being recognized
Western Spirit Sets the Standard for Large-Scale Wind Power Projects
With a capacity of more than 1,050 MW, Western Spirit Wind farm is the largest wind power project ever constructed as a single phase in the Americas. The project, which was completed in roughly a year in spite
'Superhybrid' Projects Support Hydrogen Production in Australia
An Australia-based company is designing a project that combines multiple power generation technologies into a system that not only creates electricity but also can result in production of hydrogen. Sunshine
Siemens Gamesa in Deal with SSE Renewables for European Assets
Siemens Gamesa said it has sold its renewable energy assets in southern Europe to SSE Renewables, a division of Scottish multinational energy company SSE. The deal announced Sept. 1 is…
THE BIG PICTURE: Hydropower’s Climate Risks
While hydropower provides about 16% of global electricity generation today, climate change is predicted to drive various changes in hydrology that could translate into a spectrum of risks for hydropower…
Industry Press Releases
Powered by GE’s HA Technology for the first time in Thailand, EGAT’s Bang Pakong Combined Cycle Power Plant Adds Approximately 1.4 GW of Power to the national grid

EU affirms confidence in GE’s g³ technology by co-funding development of its 245 kV SF₆-free g³ gas-insulated substation

Siemens Energy technology stabilizes German power grid

GE Plans to Invest up to $5 million to Support its Leading Aeroderivative Gas Turbines Business and Announces New Orders around the World

Siemens Energy and Duke Energy’s gas power plant achieves GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title

Cummins opens a new microgrid testing laboratory
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