UK engineering firm Doosan Babcock has won a multimillion pound contract to help dramatically reduce emissions at Drax, the biggest power station in Britain.
The Executive Chairman of Advanced Power, Martin Giesen says his company still foresees a role for traditional conventional power in Europe but as an insurer rather than a commodity.
Saudi Arabia and South Korea are to co-operate on developing nuclear power, the two nations have announced.
EDF Energy CEO, Vincent de Rivaz, has announced an extension to the life span of the Dungeness B nuclear power plant at an event in London for EDF Energy’s strategic supply partners.
Doosan Heavy Industries has signed up to the construction of a major coal-fired power plant in Vietnam.
Doosan Lentjes is to provide flue gas desulphurisation technology for a coal-fired boiler at the CET II power plant in Iasi, Romania.
A landfill gas-fueled power plant believed to be the most powerful in France has been inaugurated in Plessis-Gassot.
South Korean firms Hyundai and Doosan have reportedly halted construction work on a power plant in Libya due to local unrest.
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction’s site office at the construction of the Rabigh 2 power plant in Saudi Arabia has achieved 40 million hours of accident-free operations.
There is no going back from the energy transition in Europe and it will fundamentally change the way we think about the role of electricity providers.