Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) have said that they plan to integrate their power generation business and expand globally, with the expectation that electricity demand will increase.
The Fund for Export Development in Africa (FEDA), the development impact investment platform of African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank) has announced that it has received internal approvals to acquire a minority stake in Nigeria’s Geregu Power, subject to satisfactory diligence and documentation.
Doosan Enerbility has signed an MOU with Vietnam’s Institute of Energy (IE) and the Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI) on pursuing cooperation in Vietnam’s clean energy sector.
The European Commission has conditionally approved the nationalisation of the German gas company Uniper, which was pushed to the brink of collapse by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) has announced plans for a $3 billion carbon capture project in West Virginia, USA.
The Keadby 3 carbon capture power station in the Humber has become the first power and CCS project in the UK to receive planning permission.
The Energy Market Authority (EMA) and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) have opened a call for expression of interest (EOI) to develop low or zero-carbon power generation, with a particular interest in zero-carbon hydrogen.
GE Gas Power has signed an MOU with DL E&C of South Korea and its subsidiary CARBANCO to jointly explore a roadmap for carbon capture technology integration with CCGT plants in Asia and Oceania powered by GE power technology.
ACWA Power has signed an MOU with the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa (IDC), a government owned development finance institution, to explore the development of green hydrogen in South Africa.
Centrica is planning to inject hydrogen into its 49 MW gas-fired Brigg peaking plant in Lincolnshire, UK, as part of a trial to understand the role of hydrogen in power production.