GE will manufacture Turkey's largest generator transformer for TERNA SA at its Power Transformers factory in Gebze.
Engie and Dubai-based investment firm The Abraaj Group are to partner on building a portfolio of wind power projects in India.
UK-based renewables investment firm Quercus is set to build a 600 MW solar PV plant in Iran.
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has delivered the first boiler for Eskom’s new 4.8 GW Kusile coal-fired power plant in South Africa.
Global cyber security firm Symantec has warned that a hacking operation has successfully infected power companies in the US and Europe.
Energy efficiency will improve faster than global economic growth due to the rapid electrification of the world’s energy system, leading to a plateau in energy demand from 2030.
GE’s 9E Max gas turbine is entering a revival after intense feedback from clients was incorporated into a recent upgrade. Robert Colwell, Senior Product Manager, 9EMax gas turbine technology for GE's Power Services tells Power Engineering International how the new offering is set to offer compelling advantages over rival technologies, even within the company’s own stable.
Korean independent power producer GS EPS has completed a fourth phase of construction for the 900 MW combined cycle power (CCGT) plant in Dangjin, South Korea.
Siemens has expanded an existing service agreement with KAR Group in Iraq to provide comprehensive operations and maintenance for two newly added SSC5-2000E power plant units at the Khormala plant in the Kurdistan region.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Green Climate Fund (GCF) are to provide a major contribution to a $1bn renewable energy project in Egypt.