HD Hyundai Infracore, a construction equipment unit of South Korea’s HD Hyundai Group, has signed an MOU with Korea East-West Power to develop and commercialise hydrogen gas engines.
Serentica Renewables has announced that it has signed over 1.25 GW of new power delivery agreements (PDAs) with multiple industrial customers across India.
The first phase of the world’s largest hydro-solar power plant, which is also the world’s highest power station of its kind, entered full operation in Sichuan Province in southwest China on June 25.
GE has stopped servicing gas turbines at thermal power plants in Russia following the latest sanctions by the US, the Russian business newspaper Kommersant has reported.
Pakistan and China have signed a $4.8 billion agreement to build Chashma 5, which will be the seventh Chinese nuclear power plant in Pakistan.
Because the available water behind the Koyana dam in the Satara district of western Maharashtra is at a low level, the fourth phase of the 1000 MW power generation facility has been shut down.
The Indian Government has announced through its updated National Electricity Plan that it will not consider coal-fired power plant proposals for the next five years in a bid to increase its renewable capacity.
Korea Western Power (KOWEPO) has successfully connected a domestically developed power generation gas turbine to the power grid, a first for South Korea.
The Japan Wind Power Association (JWPA) has set a goal for the country to increase capacity to 140 GW by 2050, from less than 5 GW now, to meet a third of the country’s electricity demand and help it achieve its 2050 carbon neutrality target.
A number of Japanese companies have invested ¥10 billion (around $72 million) in a British start-up developing floating offshore nuclear power plants.