NuScale Power, based in Oregon, USA, has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to approve th...
China has announced that it is suspending construction of 85 planned coal-fired power plants i...
Solar industry employment in the USA rose by over 73,000 jobs (+ 25 per cent) in 2016, and the...
Today there is no shortage of information on issues related to energy – magazines, newsletters, national newspapers, email newsletters, dedicated Internet sites – the list goes on. Yet in this age of information overload, most professionals still take the time to read their favourite daily newspaper.
Junior Isles, TEI Times Chief Editor, often wondered:
How convenient would it be to have an industry 'newspaper' dedicated to providing forward-looking reporting on the key issues driving this exciting sector, delivered straight to your desk?
TEI Times aims to do just that. At last, an easy way to keep abreast of the latest news in the power and energy sectors – from a source you can trust.
NuScale Power, based in Oregon, USA, has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to approve the company’s small modular reactor commercial plant design.
China has announced that it is suspending construction of 85 planned coal-fired power plants in a bid to meet a government coal capacity target laid out in its latest plan for social and economic development.
Solar industry employment in the USA rose by over 73,000 jobs (+ 25 per cent) in 2016, and the nation’s wind industry added 25,000 jobs, according to the US Department of Energy (DOE).
Taiwan’s legislature has amended the country’s Electricity Act, with the intention of ending nuclear power generation in the country by 2025, and liberalising the electricity market.
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises (B&W) has acquired Universal Acoustic & Emission Technologies, Inc. (UAET), a Wisconsin-based provider of custom-engineered acoustic, emission, and filtration solutions.
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.