One of the most significant challenges posed by connecting more renewable energy to the grid is intermittency. Balancing the potential energy shortages or oversupply requires a flexible approach.
By Steven Hardman, CEO, Conrad Energy
Valmet will supply a biomass plant to Göteburg Energi in Gothenburg, Sweden. This will be a new plant to produce electricity and district heat from renewable and recovered sources by 2025.
The city government of New Taipei has announced that Taiwan is preparing to launch its first commercial geothermal power plant which will draw energy from a volcano.
HD Hyundai Infracore, a construction equipment unit of South Korea’s HD Hyundai Group, has signed an MOU with Korea East-West Power to develop and commercialise hydrogen gas engines.
INNIO has announced that Wuhan Environmental Investment and Development Co. (WEID) has commissioned six additional INNIO Jenbacher J320 engines for the Wuhan Jiangxia Changshankou Municipal Solid Waste landfill gas project.
Drax has announced that it has put its investment programme into the bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project at Drax Power Station on hold.
Caribbean Utilities Company (CUC) has commissioned MAN PrimeServ to upgrade five power plant engines.
Wärtsilä has released a study stating that the European Commission needs to reform its electricity market design to encourage flexible balancing power capacity if the EU is to achieve its net zero targets and improve energy security.
Following the devastation caused by Russian attacks against power infrastructure, JSC Energy Company of Ukraine (EKU JSC) has signed an MOU with Turkey’s Karpowership.
Wärtsilä has announced it will supply the generating capacity for the Pioneer Generation Station Phase IV power plant located in North Dakota, USA.