Emissions & Environment
Sulzer Chemtech is partnering with Blue Planet to drive the optimisation of Blue Planet’s carbon capture, utilization and storage solutions.
Brussels is seeking a change to the fuel supply aspect involved in the expansion of the Paks nuclear power plant in Hungary, but is not challenging the expansion of the facility itself.
Hungary’s Paksi Atomeromu (PAKS) nuclear power plant has selected the CSI 6500 Machinery Health Monitor from Emerson for the real-time machinery protection and predictive monitoring of its eight turbine-generator machine trains.
Nuclear power project financing is under scrutiny this week as a European Commission investigation into Hungary’s Paks II project begins.
GE Power Services has announced the successful modernization of the 2000 MW Paks nuclear power plant in Hungary.
The proposed plan to build two 1200 MW nuclear reactors at Paks in Hungary has come under scrutiny by the European Commission and may be blocked.