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Siemens Energy receives certification for ‘H2-Ready’ power plant

Siemens Energy has received the certification for its “H2-Ready” power plant concept, the first manufacturer worldwide to receive the new certification from TÜV SÜD.

WSP involved in upgrade of key Turkish natural gas-fired power plant

Leading engineering firm, WSP is celebrating the opening of one of Turkey's largest natural gas combined cycle power plant located in Hamitabat, Kırklareli. 

Turkish gas power plant a digital first

GE and Gama Energy have signed an agreement to operate the first digital power plant in Turkey.

GE Power Services wins $310m Latin America deals

GE's Power Services business has secured orders worth more than $310m in Latin America.

Europe’s cogeneration authority points out UN/EU contradiction

COGEN Europe, the representative body for the cogeneration industry in Europe, has welcomed a new report from the United Nations, which strongly advocates combined heat and power but has also pointed out the flawed approach of the EU towards the technology.

Around the Globe: asia-pacific

The Indonesian government has approved new power contracts with four independent power producers, a move that should help the country avoid a power crisis, said the director general for electricity, Luluk Sumiarso.

Advanced level technology improves plant heat rate

Heat rate is a measure of plant efficiency and is calculated by measuring the combined performance of all auxiliaries, specifically the measure of energy (fuel) put into a system, divided by the electricity generated.

Success for CHP in Texas – local initiative hopes to expand the industry further

The 1978 Federal Public Utilities Policy Act (PURPA) required states to implement policies encouraging CHP and power production from waste and renewable resources by requiring utility monopolies to deal fairly with independent generators.

Tanzania’s first gas-fired power plant under construction

The 240 MW Kinyerezi natural gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Tanzania, the country's first such facility.


FirstEnergy Corp. entered negotiations with American Municipal Power to sell a 707 MW natural gas-fired combined cycle power plant.