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Siemens supports Lebanon victims with electric power

Siemens is helping the people of Beirut rebuild in the wake of the tragic catastrophe that occured on 4 August 2020, when 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate exploded at the port, killing more than 170 people.

Kansai Electric Power announces 46.6-MW Rajamandala Hydropower Plant is operational

The 46.6-MW Rajamandala Hydropower Plant is operational, Kansai Electric Power Co. announces, with operating company PT. Rajamandala Electric Power (REP) having received its commercial operation date (COD) certificate from PT Perusahaan Listrk Negara (PLN) on May 23.

What does the electric power sector think about Brexit?

Power Engineering International is checking the pulse of the UK power sector on Brexit.

EV race presents challenges for the electric power sector

This week China's vice minister of industry and information technology, Xin Guobin, told an industry forum in Tianjin that the government is working on a timetable to end sales of fossil-fuel-based vehicles. It's the latest public pronouncement adding to the momentum behind the electric vehicle revolution. But what does it mean for the power generation sector?

Cold weather hits European electric power

Cities and towns across southeastern Europe have been left without electricity as freezing conditions saw power plants undergo unplanned outages and hydropower production plummet.

33 missing after landslide buries hydroelectric power facility

Rescue workers in southern China are attempting to rescue 33 people missing after a landslide buried a hydropower project.

360 MW hydroelectric power plant planned for Ireland

A joint Irish-Austrian venture is planning to build what would be Ireland's largest hydroelectric power plant.

à‚£2.1m hydroelectric power plant commences generation

A new hydroelectric power plant, the largest low-head river hydro plant ever to be built in Yorkshire and the largest plant commissioned in the UK in the last three years, has started generating electricity using the flow of the River Don.

Russia accused of disrupting Swedish-Lithuanian electric power cable

The Swedish and Lithuanian governments have registered protests with Moscow over what they say is disruptive behaviour by Russian naval ships in the Baltic Sea, which is frustrating efforts to lay the Nordbalt power cable.

$1.6bn Nepalese hydroelectric power plant wins approval

China's main hydropower developer has been granted approval to develop a 750 MW hydroelectric power plant in Nepal.