Siemens and US company AES Corp are to form a new global energy storage company called Fluence.
GE Power Services is to overhaul the steam turbines and generators at four thermal power plants in Chile.
One of the world’s top power companies has announced that it will no longer be building coal-fired power plants once its final two projects are completed.
Panama's first gas-fired power plant is set to come online by 2018 as construction work began last week.
Wartsila, the Helsinki-based power plant manufacturer has announced its entry into the solar power industry.
Gineke van Dijk, senior manager for customers and markets of TenneT, the Netherlands’ national grid operator believes batteries will prove to be an “excellent alternative” to conventional power plants in providing balancing services, especially as a complement to increased solar and wind deployment.
Mexican conglomerate Grupo Bal and US energy firm AES Corporation have created EnerAB, a joint venture to undertake electricity generation projects in Mexico.
Former executives with extensive experience in the power generation sector, alongside Chilean investors, are working on a coal power plant project to be located in the north of the country.
Commercial export of energy to Argentina has not yet been able to come to fruition despite the companies operating in the Norte Grande making efforts on several occasions.