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How utilities can prepare for the future workforce shortage

By Shahar Levi, CEO and co-founder, Locusview After the $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan passed with strong bipartisan support, a new wave of opportunities and development...

NRC may increase oversight of Vogtle nuclear expansion in wake of Unit 3 construction...

The work to get Southern Co.’s Vogtle Unit 3 ready for commissioning next year hit a major snag as federal regulators potentially increase their...

Doosan Heavy makes inroads into China nuclear market with anti-seismic protection contracts

South Korea-based energy infrastructure firm Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction (DHIC) is supplying instrumentation and control technologies for two nuclear power plants in China. DHIC...
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Mitsubishi Power’s TOMONI Hubs utilizing AI in global power plant O&M monitoring

Mitsubishi Power is launching five remote operations and maintenance analytics centers in cities around the world to utilize artificial intelligence (AI) to improve power...

EPRI and NERC join forces to help shore up grid reliability

The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) announced a new agreement to collaboratively enable improved resilience and...

Siemens Energy handling power automation, digital twin systems for German wood-based biorefinery

Siemens Energy was selected to lead the electrification, automation and digitalization of a next-gen biorefinery in Germany. Finnish owner UPM-Kymmene chose Siemens Energy to guide...

CPower, Scale Microgrid partnering on indoor farming project

A new, multi-resource hybrid microgrid will be installed to power a large indoor agriculture operation in Pennsylvania. CPower Energy Management will partner with Scale Microgrid...

Power plant valve firm NYNE merging with Emerson lifecycle services unit

Power plant operations and maintenance firm NYNE is merging its mechanical services division with a unit of Emerson. The combination of NYNE, a valve repair...

Cybersecurity expert Q&A: The immediate threats to power generation & the grid

Editor’s Note: Power Engineering recently did a Q&A with Bill Moore, CEO and founder of XONA. The company is a user access platform tailored...

Rural Alabama electric cooperative hit by ransomware attack

Wiregrass Electric Cooperative, which serves about 25,000 members, did not pay a ransom and didn't have any data compromised in the attack.

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