Mitsubishi Power, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has started development of a 40 MW gas turbine fuelled by 100 per cent ammonia.
Drax has announced that it has abandoned plans to build Europe’s largest gas-fired power station in Yorkshire, UK.
Siemens Energy has signed an agreement with Canada-based TC Energy to commission a novel waste heat-to-power pilot installation in Alberta.
Electricity Generating Public Company Limited (EGCO), the Bangkok-based energy firm, has made its first investment in the US market, with the acquisition of a stake in Linden CoGen, a power plant in New Jersey, USA.
Wärtsilä and Huaneng Jiangsu, a subsidiary of the China Huaneng Group, have entered into a strategic cooperation framework to work on renewable energy development in Jiangsu.
Iran has inaugurated a series of new energy projects that take the country’s total electricity generation capacity in the non-renewable sector to over 85 GW.
GE has secured an order to supply gas power generation equipment for West Africa Energy’s 300 MW combined cycle power project in Cap des Biches, Dakar, Senegal.
TCL Public Co of Thailand has signed a PPA with Electric Power Generation Enterprise (EPGE), a state-owned enterprise under the Myanmar Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE), for an LNG-to-power project in the Yangon region of Myanmar.
South Korea’s Energy Ministry has announced that the country will increase the capacity of LNG-based power plants from 41.3 GW in 2020 to 59.1 GW in 2034, a rise of 43 per cent.
Capital Power has ordered two Mitsubishi Power M501JAC gas turbines to repower its Genesee Units 1 and 2 in Alberta, Canada, from coal to natural gas.