Tagged Power Plant

REV Renewables chooses BayWa r.e. to monitor 202-MW solar portfolio

By Kelsey Misbrener Global renewable energy company and service provider BayWa r.e. announced it has entered into 10-year agreements with REV Renewables to provide operations and maintenance (O&M) services to 13 existing solar power plants in the ISO New England and PJM Interconnection territories, including sites in Vermont, Ohio, North Carolina, Maryland, Delaware and New…

Schneider Electric scoops up DERMS provider AutoGrid

By Jennifer Runyon Distributed energy resource management system (DERMS) provider AutoGrid said on May 11 that it has been acquired by Schneider Electric, a global company focused on energy management and automation. The companies said the acquisition will provide AutoGrid with additional resources and global reach to accelerate growth and innovation. Distributed energy resources (DER)…

10 findings on the growth of hybrid power plants

By Renewable Energy World Jo Seel & Will Gorman, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory One of the most important electric power system trends of the 2010s was the rapid deployment of windturbines and photovoltaic arrays, but early data suggests a twist for the 2020s may be the rapiddeployment of ‘hybrid’ generation resources. Subscribe today to the…

California May Yet Save Diablo Canyon

By Dan Yurman California May Yet Save Diablo Canyon with Federal Credits Nuclear Power for Ships Gets New Ideas Japan’s PM Fumio Kishida – Nuclear Energy Needed Now UK May Build Seven Nuclear Plants By 2050, Probably More UK in Talks With South Korea to Build Nuclear Power Plants DARPA Seeks Proposals for Nuclear Thermal…

Idaho Power shuns PPA in bid for battery energy storage capacity

By Renewable Energy World Idaho Power asked its regulators to approve a plan for it to install and own 524MWh/120 MW of battery storage, to come online in the summer of 2023. If approved, the batteries would be the first utility-scale storage system in Idaho. The company issued a request for proposals in May 2021…

GoodWe became the preferred inverter brand for the “most powerful solar power output from a sports stadium” project, which entered the Guinness Book of Records

By Sponsored Content By GoodWe The solar power plant installed on the roof of the Ali Sami Yen Sports Complex Nef Stadium by Enerjisa Enerji in Istanbul, Turkey, received a Guinness World Records title “most powerful solar power output from a sports stadium” in terms of installed capacity and went down in history. The solar…

China Greenlights Six New Nuclear Reactors

By Dan Yurman China Greenlights Six New Nuclear Reactors Russia’s Mixed Prospects for Exports Due to Its Invasion of Ukraine Update on Prospects for New Nuclear Power Plants in Poland NuScale Spins Up Supply Chain for Major Reactor Components Japan / JAEA And MHI Join Global Race To Generate Green Hydrogen From Nuclear China Greenlights…

Eastern Europe and the energy transition

By FORESIGHT Contributor From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Watt Matters is a podcast all about the energy transition and the shift to a decarbonised economy. Much of the power across Eastern Europe is still supplied by destructive coal power plants. However, many of these markets across the region also have considerable renewables potential. Untapping this…

Nextracker opens single-axis tracker manufacturing plant in Texas

By Billy Ludt Solar racking manufacturer Nextracker launched a new facility with JM Steel to produce tracker components for solar power plants throughout the southern United States. A dedicated solar tracker production line is at the new Steel Dynamics facility near Corpus Christi, Texas. “Customers want protection from steel and logistics cost volatility and logistics…

Duke Energy completes largest solar project in North Carolina county

By Billy Ludt Regional utility Duke Energy completed a 22.6-MW solar power plant in Surry County, North Carolina. The Stony Knoll Solar project is owned and operated by Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions (DESS). The project was selected in a competitive bidding process established by 2017’s solar legislation in North Carolina. Stony Knoll contains 76,600 panels…

What is Boris Johnson’s energy plan, and what is it missing?

By Rob Davies and Peter Walker Prime minister claims he has delivered ‘clean, affordable, secure power for generations to come’Boris Johnson claimed on Thursday that his energy security strategy had delivered “clean, affordable, secure power to the people for generations to come”.In comments issued as he launched the policy at Hinkley Point C nuclear power…

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