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EDF Renewables developing 60 MW of distributed solar in Virginia, Delaware and Maryland

A Virginia-based electric cooperative and global renewables company are partnering again on more than a dozen distributed solar projects across three states in the eastern U.S. Old Dominion Electric Cooperative and EDF Renewables North America...

EDF Renewables starts up solar-storage microgrid at San Diego HQ

Solar and wind developer EDF Renewables North America has put its new San Diego headquarters microgrid into operation. The Innovation Drive Microgrid, as EDF calls it, includes a 209-kW solar carport, 182-kW solar rooftop, 280-kW (538 kWh)...

Shell Energy signs solar PPA for energy produced by EDF California project

EDF Renewables North America and Shell Energy North America have signed a 15-year power purchase agreement for 132 MW of solar output in Riverside County, California. The Maverick 7 project is part of the Palen...

UK’s Hinkley Point C expansion costing up to $3B more than expected, EDF says

The French company building the United Kingdom’s first new nuclear reactor construction in years has raised its estimate of the project’s cost by several billion Euros. EDF Energy, which is leading the Hinkley Point C expansion...

Cheniere Energy, Bechtel commission LNG export train at Corpus Christi

A liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility, which ultimately will be shipped for power generation in Europe and elsewhere, has been substantially completed and commissioned along the Texas gulf coast. Cheniere Energy announced the achievement...

Advancing enhanced accident tolerant fuel technologies for safe and reliable nuclear plants

These technologies are designed to withstand the loss of active cooling in light water reactors for longer periods of time, providing operators with more time to respond. 

EDF Energy’s Float joins Enfission nuclear fuel advisory board

The Nuclear Fuel Advisory Board was formed in 2011 bringing together senior fuel managers from leading electric utilities which account for about half of the installed nuclear capacity in the U.S. 

In-depth: France’s nuclear power — preserving the status quo?

France has lofty ambitions to reduce its nuclear capacity over the coming decades. How will this affect France’s sole nuclear operator, EDF? Pierre Georges and Claire Mauduit-Le Clercq, from S&P Global Ratings’ EMEA utilities team, say the effects could be less severe than some have feared.

JEA, EDF Renewables sign solar power agreements

The project was awarded in 2018 after a procurement process conducted by JEA

EDF 80-MW Wind Farm Operational in Upstate New York

Copenhagen Wind Project has 40 2-MW turbines manufactured by Vestas Wind Systems. Renewable Energy Systems handled the balance of plant construction, starting work in August 2017.

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