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GE sues Siemens over alleged secrets in gas turbine rivalry

Power generation turbine maker General Electric (GE) has sued its historic rival Siemens Energy in federal court, alleging Siemens gained and then used GE’s...

Quick take on POWERGEN+ for February: future workforce needs, planning for outages and dealing...

In its Workforce of the Future report two years ago, research and consulting firm Deloitte highlighted the challenges facing all sectors as we enter...

National Grid joins five-year Low-Carbon initiative to develop H2, renewable gas & bioenergy options

East coast utility National Grid joined clean initiative led by two of the nation’s biggest energy research firms. The Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI) is a...

Critical energy workers need COVID-19 vaccine sooner, FERC tells CDC

First posted in Hydro Review The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has sent a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention requesting that...

Total and ENGIE partner on France’s largest green hydrogen production facility

Energy companies Total and ENGIE have partnered to design, build and operate the largest green hydrogen production facility in France. The Masshylia project will be...
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Burns & McDonnell to support overhaul and rebuild of Puerto Rico’s electricity grid

Burns & McDonnell announced this week that it was awarded a contract for program management services to support the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) with the...

Coronavirus crushed U.S. clean energy workforce in 2020; 400K-plus jobs still lost

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only devastated the U.S. health care system, but it’s taken a long-lasting direct hit on the nation’s once healthy...

FPL shuts down its last coal-fired plant in Florida and converting another to natural...

Florida Power & Light’s last coal-fired plant in that state has officially closed. The formal retirement of Indiantown Cogeneration Plant (pictured) came as the clock...

Siemens Energy makes $146M bid to harvest hydrogen from offshore wind

Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy have announced plans to invest 120 million Euros ($146m) in a five-year strategy to unlock the potential of harvesting...

DOE adds $47M funding for scaling next-gen energy technologies

The U.S. Department of Energy has announced an additional $47 million in funding for seven projects as part of the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy’s...

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