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Tecogen supplies emission retrofit system to natural gas generator in California


Tecogen Inc. has entered into a contract to supply its emissions retrofit system, Ultra, for a natural gas emergency generator.

GRDA to pay $296M to construct combined-cycle plant in Oklahoma


Northeast Oklahoma's Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) directors reached an agreement, on Monday, to pay a $296.9 million engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for a 495-MW combined-cycle power plant near Chouteau, Oklahoma.

GE to supply gas engines to California biomass gasification plants


GE’s Distributed Power business (NYSE: GE) will supply Jenbacher gas engines to several bioenergy power plants that Phoenix Energy will build around California.

Developing Infrastructure Spurs Global Use of Diesel Gensets, Finds Frost & Sullivan


New analysis from Frost & Sullivan finds that the global market for diesel generator sets earned $11.22 billion in 2013, and will grow to $15.72 billion by 2018. The study examined the residential, industrial commercial, and institutional end-user segments of the market.

A Look Back: The 2013 Projects of the Year Award Winners


Wärtsilä supplies natural gas plant in Oklahoma to balance wind and solar generation


Wärtsilä has entered into a contract to supply a 56-MW Smart Power Generation power plant, including three of its 50SG natural gas engines, to the Stillwater Utilities Authority (SUA) in Oklahoma.

Siemens gas, steam turbines powering cogeneration plant in Germany


After several months of testing and trial runs, Siemens (NYSE: SI) has handed over three of its gas turbines to Dow Stade for a new 163-MW cogeneration power plant.

GE to supply gas turbines for 750 MW combined-cycle power project in Iraq


GE (NYSE: GE) has signed a contract with ENKA to supply four 9E gas turbines and one steam turbine for the Bazyan power plant, a new 750-MW combined-cycle power plant being developed by Qaiwan Group in the Kurdistan region in Iraq.

Wärtsilä to supply 112 MW peaking power plant in North Dakota


Basin Electric Power Cooperative has awarded a contract to Wärtsilä to supply a Smart Power Generation power plant for its planned facility in Williston, North Dakota.

Exelon, CB&I, 8 Rivers develop zero emission natural gas-fired project


CB&I (NYSE: CBI), Exelon Generation (NYSE: EXC) and 8 Rivers Capital have teamed to build a $140 million demonstration power plant that produces zero emissions from natural gas.

DTE Biomass, Landfill Energy Systems complete 20 MW renewable power plant in California


DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE)'s subsidiary, DTE Biomass Energy, and Landfill Energy Systems formed a joint venture, Sunshine Gas Producers, to complete a 20-MW renewable energy facility at the Sunshine Canyon Landfill in California.

GE sends aeroderivative gas turbine sets to aid hurricane recovery


GE Power & Water’s (NYSE: GE) Distributed Power unit provided four, 25-MW TM2500+ aeroderivative gas turbine sets in Mexico following Hurricane Odile.

Huntington Beach Energy Project nears California commission decision


EPA grants GHG permit for natural gas-fired expansion project in Texas


A greenhouse gas (GHG) Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) construction permit was awarded for a $200 million gas-fired power expansion project in Texas.

Rolling Hills nears permits for conversion of Ohio power plant


Rolling Hills Generating LLC is nearing permits from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency that will allow the conversion of its gas-fired, simple-cycle power plant to a combined-cycle facility with a higher capacity level.

A lot of LNG projects working through federal review process


Since 2010, of 35 applications it has received that require a public interest review, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has approved three applications to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) and six applications are conditionally approved with final approval contingent on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's issuance of a satisfactory environmental review of each export facility.

POWER-GEN International 2014: Powering Innovation and Efficiency


It's the largest annual forum for the power generation industry.

NTE Carolinas moves for quick approval of power project


Considering there is no opposition to its 475-MW, gas-fired project, NTE Carolinas LLC on Oct. 3 asked the North Carolina Utilities Commission to cancel an Oct. 8 hearing on its application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity.

Ameren Missouri announces plans to expand renewable portfolio, reduce CO2 emissions by 30%


Ameren Missouri, a subsidiary of Ameren Corporation (NYSE: AEE), filed a 20-year plan with the Missouri Public Service Commission to expand solar and wind power in the state.

FERC okays Consumers Energy buy of gas-fired plant in Michigan


The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Sept. 30 approved a Consumers Energy buy of a gas-fired power plant in Michigan, which is a move that Consumers made after shelving plans to build its own gas-fired Thetford power project.