Texas Independent Energy announced today that they have begun commercial operation of their 1,000 MW power generation plant in Guadalupe, Texas.
Conectiv's subsidiary, Delmarva Power & Light Company, has completed the sale of its ownership in two nuclear plants to PSEG Nuclear LLC and PECO Energy Company.
The New Jersey Supreme Court today announced it has affirmed the Appellate Court Division's decision upholding the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities restructuring and securitization orders for PSE&G.
Pittsburgh-based DQE Inc. said Wednesday it might put itself up for sale and reported 2000 earnings would come in at the lower end of its 5-8% targeted growth rate.
The Delesto 2 cogeneration plant is reported to be the largest cogeneration plant in the Netherlands and also one of the largest in Europe. According to Marcel Bartelink, plant manager of Delesto, the plant has operated at 97.2 percent availability during the first year of its operation.
PSEG Global, through its investment in ELCHO Sp z.o.o. has reached financial closing on a 220 MWe and 500 MWth combined heat and power plant in Chorzow Poland in Upper Silesia.
Despite the fact that more than 95 percent of the 190,000 MW of generating capacity under construction or in development in the U.S. is natural gas, coal is still a part of the mix for new and repowered generation.
To fulfill its strategic expansion across the nation, PSEG Power has penned an agreement with GE Power Systems for 30 gas and steam turbines.
Commonwealth Edison's Byron Nuclear Power Station Unit 1 is back on-line, after setting a new Byron refueling outage duration record of 20 days, 18 hours and 41 minutes. The Unit 1 reactor began generating electricity at 6:41 p.m. Friday, October 13, and returned to full power on Sunday.
Since its Original Conception in 1987, Some 250,000 Organizations around the World have Registered for ISO 9000, a series of international standards that establishes Quality Management System (QMS) requirements. While ISO 9000 received minor revisions in 1994, radical revisions have been made in the year 2000, creating a revised standard now called ISO 9000:2000.