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Energy: creative countries

By Rafael Herzberg Energy: creative countriesAmerican electricity concessionaires for whom I consulted, positively surprised me!They re-invented themselves. They created very successful programs.Demand response and enabling very creative projects, to give two examples. One of these concessionaires built a power plant to generate electricity using natural gas from used aircraft turbines.They took advantage of the.. Click…

Tight oil output in the Eagle Ford recovered by 200 thousand b/d in March from the February 8-year low.

By Enno Peters This article contains still images from the interactive dashboards available in the original blog post. To follow the instructions in this article, please use the interactive dashboards. Furthermore, they allow you to uncover other insights as well. Visit ShaleProfile blog to explore the full interactive dashboardThis interactive presentation contains the latest oil…

Fusion Emerges as a Key Factor in UK’s Energy Future

By Dan Yurman General Fusion to Break Ground for a Pilot Plant in the UK in Three YearsUKAEA Posts List of 15 Candidate Sites for Fusion ReactorsIAEA’s Grossi Calls For International Cooperation On Pilot Plant CriteriaTerraPower Targets 2023 for Natrium NRC Construction PermitCentrus Gets NRC License for HALEU ProductionThe energy landscape in the UK changed…

Albania launches first tender for wind power

By Elizabeth Ingram Albania launched its first tender for utility-scale onshore wind power plants today. Projects with a capacity of 10 MW to 75 MW can apply. Several projects will be chosen, according to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Total tendered capacity equals 100 MW, and this may be increased to 150…

World Energy Capital Assembly

By Richard Green The World Energy Capital Assembly will be returning to London with an all-new format bringing you bespoke executive boardrooms, international and C-suite industry discussions in our Amphitheatre Sessions, as well as a profound analysis of the macro industry issues affecting the Upstream Finance and Investment community in our plenary keynotes and panels.A…

SEI, SolarReviews launch solar education scholarship fund for Spanish-speaking U.S. residents

By Kelsey Misbrener Solar Energy International (SEI) and SolarReviews announced their partnership to create a scholarship fund that provides financial assistance for U.S. residents with Spanish as their first language seeking solar energy education through SEI. The scholarship aims to increase Hispanic representation among the clean energy industry by awarding $20,000 in solar training tuition…

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