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GE and UKEF to develop 1.35GW solar project in Turkey

GE and UK’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF), have agreed to finance Kalyon Enerji’s 1.35GW Karapinar solar project located in the Konya Karapinar province, Turkey.

Power generation for the next generation

Andreas Goertz outlines the evolving energy of engines in a time where the energy transition's focus on clean energy is taking centre stage.

Rolls-Royce secures funding for SMR nuclear technology

Following a successful equity raise, Rolls-Royce has established its Small Modular Reactor (SMR) business aimed at scaling low carbon nuclear technology.

India and UK launch transnational network of solar power grids

The Green Grids Initiative has been launched to accelerate the construction of the new infrastructure needed for a world powered by clean energy.

Synchronous condensers put vital spinning inertia back into decarbonized power grids

It is increasingly challenging for network operators to maintain grid strength and stability as the generation mix shifts to renewable energy. Heikki Vepsäläinen of ABB explains how synchronous condensers (SCs) can provide vital reinforcement.

Waste-fuelled power station for Cheshire

A proposed 95 MW power plant capable of turning 600,000 tonnes of waste each year into electricity and heat is to be built at Ince in Cheshire, after winning UK government planning approval.

MTU gensets for German nuclear power station

Tognum subsidiary MTU Friedrichshafen has won a contract to supply E.ON Kernkraft with two emergency standby power systems to be supplied to the Bavarian nuclear power plant Isar I at the end of 2011 and the beginning of 2012.

Csepel power station starts operation

Csepel Electricity Producer Rt, owned by British-based PowerGen, has officially started full time operations and was linked to the national power grid on Thursday, the company announced.

From diesel engines to power stations

During the spring of 2002, Mitsui Babcock demonstrated a novel post-combustion NOx removal system at the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Kingston 9 power plant in the USA.

CMF plant commissioned at Hungarian power station

Memcor has installed a continuous microfiltration (CMF) plant to pretreat water for a reverse osmosis (RO) plant at the Bokod power station near Budapest, Hungary. Zenon Systems Kft, a Hungarian subsidiary of Zenon Environmental Inc. of Canada, supplied the RO unit.