Siemens Gamesa has won a contract for the world’s largest floating wind power plant, which will be installed off Norway.
According to a report from Carbon Tracker, coal power generators in Europe face losses of €6.6 billion this year as plunging renewable energy costs and cheap natural gas cut use of coal to a record low.
MAN Energy Solutions has announced that it has fully commissioned a new 7.5MW CHP plant for Schwäbisch Hall Municipal Utilities in southern Germany.
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) and Synthos have agreed to collaborate on potential deployment applications for GEH’s BWRX-300 small modular reactor in Poland.
Reuters has reported that the Nuclear Pride Coalition will be demonstrating in favour of nuclear power in central Brussels on 20 October, from 11.00 to 2.00 PM, as part of its “Stand up for Nuclear” day of action.
The climate analysts Carbon Brief has announced that the third quarter of 2019 was the first quarter in which renewables generated more electricity than fossil fuels in the UK.
The 2000MW coal-fired Cottam power station in the UK has ceased operation.
EDF has warned that the cost of building Hinkley Point C could cost up to £2.9 billion more than expected, and that the chance of a delay to the project has also increased.
EIT InnoEnergy, Europe’s largest sustainable energy innovation engine, announced the launch of the online Business Investment Platform (BIP) for the battery value chain at the European Battery Alliance’s (EBA) EBA250 stakeholder meeting.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has started construction of the world’s largest wind turbine blade test stand in Aalborg, Denmark.