Rosenergoatom, which operates all nuclear power plants in Russia, has announced that it generated 209 TWh of energy production in 2019, a record amount.
Jason Vella, CEO of Enemalta, has confirmed that the Malta-Sicily interconnector was severely damaged by a ship’s anchor on 23 December, and will be out of action until at least the end of February.
Renewable electricity generation in the UK between July and September 2019 has outstripped the share coming from gas for the first time, according to the Government’s latest energy trends data.
Eneco, Future Wind (a Joint Venture between Pondera Development and SIF Holdings Netherlands), and GE Renewable Energy, have announced that Eneco will purchase all of the electricity generated by GE’s Haliade-X 12MW prototype.
Siemens has announced that it will deliver the power generation equipment for two new peaking power plants in the Republic of Belarus, supplying the equipment to the state-owned utility company RUE Vitebskenergo.
Dorset County Council has approved planning permission for Tradebe Inutec’s application for a new facility on its Winfrith nuclear decommissioning site.
E.ON has announced that it is to construct a biomass power plant on a paper mill site owned by UPM in Hürth, Germany.
Rolls-Royce and Lab1886, an innovation lab within the Mercedes-Benz group, have agreed to jointly develop the use of vehicle fuel cells for stationary power generation.
The Spanish electric utility Iberdrola has said that it will replace its last two coal-fired power plants, with a combined capacity of 550MW, with wind and solar power.
The Irish Government has announced the first renewable electricity support scheme (RESS) to enable community groups get into power generation.