South Africa was hit by power cuts on 5 December after a number of generating units broke down...
Rolls-Royce and Lab1886, an innovation lab within the Mercedes-Benz group, have agreed to join...
Siemens has announced that it will equip Lalitpur Lower Generation Company, a Bajaj Group comp...
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South Africa was hit by power cuts on 5 December after a number of generating units broke down, forcing the state utility Eskom to cut 2000MW from the national grid on a rotational basis.
Rolls-Royce and Lab1886, an innovation lab within the Mercedes-Benz group, have agreed to jointly develop the use of vehicle fuel cells for stationary power generation.
Siemens has announced that it will equip Lalitpur Lower Generation Company, a Bajaj Group company, with advanced digital solutions for its power plant located in Lalitpur, Uttar Pradesh, in India.
The Spanish electric utility Iberdrola has said that it will replace its last two coal-fired power plants, with a combined capacity of 550MW, with wind and solar power.
The Irish Government has announced the first renewable electricity support scheme (RESS) to enable community groups get into power generation.
In its International Energy Outlook 2019 (IEO2019), the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects that world energy consumption will grow by nearly 50% between 2018 and 2050. EIA projects most of this growth will come from regions where the consumption of energy is driven by strong economic growth, particularly in non-OECD Asia. EIA’s annual long-term assessment of world energy markets includes a Reference case and four core side cases, which use different assumptions for the projections in each cases.
EIA launched its new State Energy Portal today. Designed to deliver timely state-specific energy information in one place, the new portal has customizable visualizations that automatically populate each time a user returns to the page. The portal provides answers to questions about key energy issues for the 50 states (and the District of Columbia), 5 territories, and regions of interest. Users with energy questions will find this portal to be a valuable, time-saving tool in finding specific information with minimal effort.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) today released its Annual Energy Outlook 2019 (AEO2019), including a Reference case and six side cases designed to examine the robustness of key assumptions. The AEO2019 Reference case projects significant continued development of U.S. shale and tight oil and natural gas resources, as well as continued growth in use of renewable resources.
In order to increase understanding of weather-related energy capacity issues in New England, EIA has begun publication of an interactive dashboard that provides timely information about energy market conditions in that region. The New England Energy Dashboard (NED) provides an integrated view of the energy commodities—natural gas/liquefied natural gas, electricity, and petroleum products—and market-influencing fundamentals—such as weather—that can influence energy consumption, prices, flows, and security in the region.
EIA releases the findings of Annual Energy Outlook 2019 (AEO) with long-term projections of U.S. energy supply, demand, and prices, including cases that address alternative assumptions regarding U.S. economic growth rates, domestic energy resources and technology, and world oil prices.