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The latest news, project announcements, reports, policy, legislation concerning electricity generation across global power and energy sectors, focusing on renewable energy news, fossil fuel, natural gas, hydrogen, clean energy, nuclear power and energy storage. This news will include digitalisation projects and smart grid developments in the power generation space.

solar power

Malaysia’s TNB buys stake in Vietnamese rooftop solar projects

Sunseap Group has announced that Malaysia's Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) Renewables will be buying a 39% stake in its five solar rooftop projects in Vietnam.
J620 gas engine

Decentralised INNIO gas engines help stabilise Europe’s power grid

In a recent announcement, INNIO Jenbacher revealed their part in preventing a blackout on the European grid on 8 January 2021.
cummins

Cummins expands diesel generator series with new model

Cummins Power Systems has introduced the C2750D5BE to compliment the QSK60 series.
wave power

£1.6m wave energy+storage pilot to power subsea oil and gas production

Wave power firm Mocean Energy, EC-OG, Chrysaor, Modus, OGTC and Baker Hughes to fund the pilot of a wave-powered system for running subsea equipment.
energy storage project

Latest development on China’s largest battery energy storage project

Olion has been selected by Dalian Henliu Energy Storage Power Station Company Ltd to provide heat pumps for a battery energy storage farm in Dalian, North-eastern China.
enel wind+storage

Enel’s first large-scale wind+storage hybrid to power Kellogg’s in Texas

As part of the deal, Kellogg’s will be provided with clean energy generated from Enel’s first large-scale wind+storage hybrid project.
tata power

Blockchain-enabled solar energy trading launched in Delhi

Tata Power, in partnership with India Smart Grid Forum and Australian technology firm Power Ledger, has launched a first-of-its-kind peer-to-peer solar energy trading project in Delhi.
carbon capture technology

Wärtsilä tops up investment in Finnish carbon capture technology company

Wärtsilä has increased its investment in Finnish carbon capture technology firm to strengthen its commitment to decarbonisation.
exxonmobil

COVID-19 forces ExxonMobil to cut its Singapore workforce by 7%

ExxonMobil has announced that it will cut its workforce in Singapore as part of efforts to sustain the impact of the pandemic and to remain competitive in the future.
hydrogen

Utility-scale power plant in Utah to study hydrogen use in gas...

Siemens Energy and Intermountain Power Agency will study the integration of a hydrogen energy storage system into an advanced class combined cycle power plant.

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