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San Juan coal-fired plant could run through 2025 as new investors seek CCS funding

The coal-fired San Juan Generation Station in New Mexico will not close within two years as expected, but could operate for several years beyond...

Sempra, NREL extend collaboration toward net-zero carbon energy future

Southern California-based utility holding company Sempra Energy will further its longtime partnership with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to advance future net-zero energy systems. Sempra...
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National Grid Renewables announces operations at Bingham and Temperance solar plants

Two new Michigan solar projects are now operational and delivering up to 40 MW of carbon free power to the region. National Grid Renewables announced...
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Golden Valley coop buying power from University of Alaska Fairbanks CHP plant

An Alaskan electric cooperative has agreed to buy power from the near university’s combined heat and power (CHP) plant. The Golden Valley Electric Association announced...
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Siemens Energy building remote-controlled 300 MW gas-fired plant in Leipheim

Siemens Energy will build a new gas-fired power plant which will be controlled digitally and remotely in Bavaria, requiring only minimal personnel on-site. LEAG signed...

EEI honors AES, SCE and J-POWER with top Edison Awards for new energy mix...

Two California projects in the new energy mix helped their respective utilities win one of the industry’s highest honors, the Edison Electric Institute announced...

EIA: Shift from coal to gas-fired power, renewables cut 800+ million metric tons of...

The U.S. electric power sector has cut its carbon dioxide emissions by 32 percent compared to 2005, according to the latest report from the...

Technical risks lead EDF to suddenly defuel Dungeness B nuclear power station in UK

EDF has decided to move one of United Kingdom nuclear stations into the first phase of decommissioning immediately after discovering several risks to parts...

New law requires ERCOT reforms, Texas power plant weatherization in wake of Uri

Legislation intended to ensure that the Texas power generation system does not have another meltdown as it did this winter was signed by Gov....

Europe on track for 2.7GW of hydrogen electrolyzer capacity by 2025

Power Engineering International The total announced project capacity within the European hydrogen electrolyzer market would take the green hydrogen sector to 2.7GW by 2025 –...

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