Rolls-Royce has written to a number of Local Enterprise Partnerships in England and Wales, inviting bids to be the location of the main factory to build its SMR.
EDF Renewables UK has formed a joint venture with Irish renewable project developer DP Energy to develop a 1 GW wind power project in the Celtic Sea.
GE Renewable Energy’s Grid Solutions business has won a number of recent contracts for its digital power transformers.
State-owned utility Elektroprivreda Bosne I Hercegovine (EPBiH) will install a 56 MW PV plant at the site of an ash and slag dump at the Tuzla coal-fired power plant in the north of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Russia’s BN-800 fast reactor is due to be fully fuelled with mixed uranium-plutonium oxide (mox) fuel in 2022.
Enel has announced that it has formally acquired the entire share capital of ERG Hydro from ERG Power Generation, paying around €1250 million.
Germany has closed three of its last six nuclear power stations ahead of schedule. The reactors at Brokdorf, Grohnde, and Gundremmingen C, run by E.ON and RWE, shut down at the end of 2021 after three and a half decades in operation.
The German government is supporting a large expansion of the country’s offshore wind power generation. Planning authorities are moving to accelerate the expansion of offshore renewable energy after years of delay.
Babcock International has finalised the £50 million sale of its power business to M Group Services.
Ørsted’s Hornsea 2, located 89 km off the east coast of the UK, has achieved first power after its offshore substation (OSS), the world’s largest offshore AC substation, and reactive compensation station (RCS) were installed in October.