Entergy Texas has announced that it will submit plans to regulators for a 1215 MW power plant that can use natural gas and hydrogen.
US clean energy firm 8 Rivers Capital, acting through its UK subsidiary Zero Degrees Whitetail Development (ZDW), and Sembcorp Energy UK (SEUK), part of Singapore-based Sembcorp Industries, have signed a collaborative agreement to develop the UK’s first net zero emissions power plant.
A report has been issued by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Electricity, Water, and Renewable Energy regarding the establishment of eight power plants to generate a combined capacity of 17 300 MW.
GE has signed an agreement with Qatalum to provide it with five Advanced Gas Path (AGP) upgrade units, maintenance services for 15 years for equipment at the 1080 MW power plant, and a suite of cybersecurity solutions.
SSE Thermal and Equinor have announced plans to jointly develop a new low-carbon power station at Peterhead, which could become one of the UK’s first power stations to be equipped with carbon capture technology.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced eight university-led projects will receive nearly $6.2 million in Federal funding for research and development projects aimed at advancing hydrogen as a high-performing, efficient gas for turbine-based electricity generation.
Australian utility and gas group EnergyAustralia has given approval for construction of the 316 MW Tallawarra B gas-fired power plant in the Illawarra region of New South Wales (NSW).
The IPP eRex has announced that it will build Japan’s first commercial hydrogen power plant in 2022 to produce around 360 kW.
Equinor and SSE have announced plans to develop two low-carbon power plants, one equipped with carbon capture and storage (CCS), the other powered entirely by hydrogen.
A report from the Electricity Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has stated that the massive loss of power generation during the Texas blackout in February was primarily caused by power plants freezing up under historically cold conditions.