Siemens Energy, along with its consortium partner CTCI Corporation, has announced they will build the 1.1 GW Sun Ba Power Phase II Combined Cycle Power Plant in Taiwan.
GE has announced that it has successfully completed the modernisation of ELPEDISON’s Thessaloniki Power Plant in Greece.
Jera, Japan’s largest power company, plans to launch a pilot project backed by the government to displace 30 per cent of the LNG used to generate electricity with hydrogen at a selected power plant.
The California Department of Water Resources is procuring five temporary gas-fired generators, each with a capacity of 30 MW.
Ireland’s national grid operator Eirgrid has announced that it will seek bids from electricity suppliers to build new power plants in the country.
GE has announced that Chia Hui Power Corporation’s CHP plant in Minxiong Township, Chaiyi County, Taiwan, has started commercial operations.
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) has announced that it has agreed to sell its fleet of 13 fossil fuel-fired power plants for approximately $2.15 billion.
Aboitiz Power is considering building a 1000 MW gas-fired power plant within the next decade to provide baseload capacity for the Philippine electricity grid.
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.