America’s EPA has proposed eliminating the requirement that new coal-fired generation incorporate carbon capture technology.
Diamond Transmission (DTC), a subsidiary of Mitsubishi, has been selected as the preferred bidder for a new offshore transmission link in the UK.
The American-based Xcel Energy has announced that it plans to move to 100 per cent carbon-free power generation by 2050.
Siemens and the marine arm of ST Engineering in Singapore have received an order for a SCC-800 2x1C SeaFloat barge-mounted power plant from Seaboard Corporation subsidiary Transcontinental Capital Corporation (Bermuda), an IPP with operation in Dominican Republic.
A report from the African Development Bank (AfDB) states that Zimbabwe requires $1.2 billion to finance new power projects and repair ageing infrastructure.
Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has finalised the $224 million deal to acquire Eagle Creek Renewable Energy, a US operator of small hydropower facilities.
France has presented a new energy plan, in which it plans by 2030 to triple its onshore wind power capacity and multiply its solar power capacity five-fold.
A referendum in Taiwan resulted in voters opposing the Government policy of phasing out nuclear power by 2025.
An innovative bioenergy carbon capture and storage (BECCS) pilot plant has been commissioned at Drax power station in the UK, with the first CO2 expected to be captured in the coming weeks.
Poland has indicated that it wants to generate more electricity from nuclear reactors, and hopes to attract over €88 billion of investment to achieve this.