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Wärtsilä to supply equipment to New Mexico plant

  • 2024-02-23 07:02:43.102512
  • David Flin

Wärtsilä has announced it has signed a contract with the city of Farmington in New Mexico, USA, to supply the generating equipment for an 18 MW expansion to an existing power plant.

Veolia acquires power plant in Hungary from Uniper

  • 2024-02-22 06:21:11.854877
  • David Flin

Veolia, via its Hungarian subsidiary, has signed an agreement with Uniper for the acquisition of a 430 MW CCGT power plant.

GE Vernova opens first dual-fuel natural gas/hydrogen power plant in Australia

  • 2024-02-20 07:01:46.289304
  • David Flin

GE Vernova’s Gas Power business and EnergyAustralia have announced that the 320 MW Tallawarra B power station in New South Wales, Australia has opened.

Conditions placed on Mexican Government’s acquisition of Iberdrola power plants

  • 2024-02-16 07:46:05.136074
  • David Flin

Mexico’s anti-trust agency the Federal Economic Competition Commission (Cofece) has established conditions for the $6 billion acquisition of 13 power plants by the Mexican Government from Iberdrola.

At a crossroads: Unpacking the potential and roadblocks of hydrogen blending

  • 2024-02-15 11:15:13
  • Junior Isles

The gas industry is preparing for an energy future that includes hydrogen in some capacity, but there are significant obstacles that the industry must overcome to guarantee hydrogen’s place in the sustainable energy future.

By Victoria Mustard, Decarbonisation Strategy Lead at Xoserve

New 1200 MW CCGT for the Texas Triangle

  • 2024-02-14 06:50:25.940042
  • David Flin

Sandow Lakes Energy Company has announced plans to construct a 1200 MW CCGT at Sandow Lakes in Lee County, Texas, USA, to operate within the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).

Avex fined for operating power plant without regulatory approval

  • 2024-02-13 07:38:45.862418
  • David Flin

The Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) has fined Avex Energy of Canada nearly CS250 000 for running a natural gas-fired power plant while bypassing regulatory tests for safe and unobtrusive operation.

EU power emissions decline sharply

  • 2024-02-08 07:10:28.538248
  • David Flin

Power sector emissions in the EU fell by a record 19 per cent in 2023 as a result of sharp falls in both coal- and gas-fired generation, according to a report from the climate think tank Ember.

Germany to put 10 GW of new natural gas power plant out for tender

  • 2024-02-06 06:20:25.466299
  • David Flin

Germany’s Economy Ministry has announced that the government will tender 10 GW of new natural gas-fired power plants that can be converted to run on hydrogen in the 2030s, as part of plans to ensure stable electricity supply and the proportion of wind and solar installations increases.

Green hydrogen gas turbine plant for Morocco

  • 2024-02-05 06:47:29.514327
  • David Flin

GE Vernova’s Gas Power business, Morocco’s National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE), and Nareva, a Moroccan company specialised in the development and operation of IPPs, have signed an MOU to collaborate on a feasibility study to use green hydrogen to decarbonise ONEE’s Laâyoune Power Plant, which is powered by three GE Vernova 6B gas turbines.