Electrify Europe, the continent’s largest electricity market hub, promoting collaboration, innovation and business growth for the new digitalized, decarbonized electricity sector, today announces that early bird ticket sales for the event close on 18 May. Those who register before the deadline will save up to €300.
Negotiations are continuing between Brussels and London, but what does Brexit mean for the electric power sector? Dr Jonathan Marshall, Head of Analysis at the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) spoke to Power Engineering International about the potential up and downsides.
German utility Uniper said on Thursday it had applied to extend the closure of its loss-making Irsching 4 and 5 gas-fired power generation plants with a capacity of 1,400 MW for a third year beyond April 2019.
Lockheed Martin Corporation, a company more synonymous with defense and aerospace operations, is developing a new “flow” battery made of inexpensive, nontoxic materials that can help utilities save money and use more renewable energy.
In an interview not long before the end of his presidency, Barack Obama was asked why it was proving so difficult to make the kind of radical changes people expected of his term in office.
A ceremony marking the start of full-scale construction work on the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant took place in the Turkish province of Mersin on Tuesday. The ceremony was attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Erdogan via videoconference from Ankara, where Putin is on a two day visit.