In the USA, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has issued a proposed rule to speed up the process for linking new power generation to the grid.
Mitsubishi Power and Georgia Power, with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) has successfully validated fuel blending of hydrogen and natural gas at both partial and full load on an M501G gas turbine at Georgia Power’s Plant McDonough-Atkinson in Smyrna, Georgia.
Wärtsilä, in collaboration with WEC Energy Group (WEC), the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), and Burns & McDonnell (B&McD), are carrying out hydrogen fuel testing at the AJ Mihm power plant in Michigan, USA.
GE and Long Ridge Energy Terminal, a subsidiary unit of Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors, have announced a successful first step to transition Long Ridge’s power plant toward carbon-free hydrogen.
Renewable energy company Boralex has partnered with Énergir and Hydro-Québec to develop three 400 MW wind projects in Seigneurie de Beaupré territory in Quebec, Canada.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has opened applications for loans from a $6 billion programme to help nuclear power plants struggling with rising costs as it seeks to stop the generators from shutting down under its goal of transitioning to clean energy.
GE and Tampa Electric Company (TECO) have announced the start of commercial operation for TECO’s Big Bend Units 5 and 6 at Apollo Beach, Florida, USA.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) will fund research organisation GTI and its partners for the next phase of a project exploring how stored hydrogen can be used for load following with a CCGT.
The US has charged four Russian government employees with cyber-attacks on the global energy sector, targeting hundreds of companies and organisations in over 100 countries.
AES Corp has announced that its subsidiary AES Indiana will cease using coal as a fuel source by 2025, which will involve closing the coal-fired units at its Petersburg Generating Station in Indiana, USA.