FirstEnergy, based in Ohio, USA, has announced that its decision to sell or close power plants...
Veresen of Canada has announced that it is selling its power generation business to several bu...
Siemens Wind Power has announced that it will provide a complete offshore wind power plant sol...
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FirstEnergy, based in Ohio, USA, has announced that its decision to sell or close power plants that operate in competitive markets has forced it to impair a significant portion of its portfolio, and led to a $6.2 billion loss in 2016.
Veresen of Canada has announced that it is selling its power generation business to several buyers for a total of $1.18 billion.
Siemens Wind Power has announced that it will provide a complete offshore wind power plant solution, including foundations, for EnBW’s Hohe See offshore wind project, off the German coast.
Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings and Chubu Electric Power are considering integrating their thermal power generation business in fiscal 2018.
Southwest Power Pool (SPP) in the USA has set a wind power penetration record of 52.1 per cent on 12 February, becoming the first regional transmission organisation (RTO) in North America to serve more than 50 per cent of its load at a given time with wind energy.
A recent web article by ProPublica (Child’s Play: Team Trump Rewrites a Department of Energy Website for Kids, February 17, 2017) that was republished by The Atlantic on its website (A Government Website for Kids Scrubbed Its Climate Warnings, February 17, 2017) alleges that the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) changed the information on its website as a result of political pressure from the new administration.
Annual Energy Outlook 2017 (AEO2017), released today by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), presents updated projections for U.S. energy markets through 2050 based on eight cases (Reference, Low and High Economic Growth, Low and High Oil Price, Low and High Oil and Gas Resource and Technology, No Clean Power Plan implementation). This is the first time that EIA is publishing projections through 2050 in the AEO tables.