A plan proposed this week could see Hong Kong's power producers making deep cuts to emissions from four of the city’s power plants.
Statkraft subsidiary, Statkraft Chile Inversiones Electricas Ltda, has announced the acquisition of a 98.18% stake in Chilean hydropower firm Empresa Electrica Pilmaiquen SA.
China's leading power generation company is exploring the possibility of investing more than $2bn to build around 2000 MW of coal-based power plant in Gujarat.
China General Nuclear Power Group is raising up to $3.16 billion in an initial public offering (IPO) in Hong Kong.
One of Australia’s top utilities has announced a loss of A$350m for 2013.
Exxon Mobil Corp has agreed to sell its majority stakes in a Hong Kong utility and a power storage firm for $3.4bn, helping the U.S. oil major raise funds to plough back into its core operations.
The only multinational company operating in India’s power generation space, CLP Power India Pvt. Ltd., has announced that the first unit of its 1320 MW power plant at Jhajjar in Haryana had begun operations.
CLP Power may raise electricity rates 2 per cent every year to cover the cost of a planned offshore wind farm, said the Hong Kong based power company.
Recently developed techniques to assess the condition of live power assets by measuring partial discharge activity are transforming the way assets are managed around the world. New converts report dramatically improved network reliability and better customer service at lower cost. So how has partial discharge measurement technology developed – and what are its implications?
Dozens of nations in all four corners of the globe are queuing up to join the nuclear club. A report commissioned by the German Federal Ministry of Environment looks at their prospects.