Doosan Babcock wins multimillion Drax emissions deal

UK engineering firm Doosan Babcock has won a multimillion pound contract to help dramatically reduce emissions at Drax, the biggest power station in Britain.

Giesen points to conventional power role as insurance rather than commodity

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.

South Korea to build Saudi nuclear power plants

Saudi Arabia and South Korea are to co-operate on developing nuclear power, the two nations have announced.

Upgrades enable ten-year extension for Dungeness nuclear plant

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 signs up to $1.6bn coal plant deal

Doosan Heavy Industries has signed up to the construction of a major coal-fired power plant in Vietnam.

Doosan in Romania flue gas deal

Doosan Lentjes is to provide flue gas desulphurisation technology for a coal-fired boiler at the CET II power plant in Iasi, Romania.

Project Update

A landfill gas-fueled power plant believed to be the most powerful in France has been inaugurated in Plessis-Gassot.

Hyundai, Doosan halt construction on Libyan power plant

South Korean firms Hyundai and Doosan have reportedly halted construction work on a power plant in Libya due to local unrest.

Doosan Heavy hails Rabigh safety milestone

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.

Europe must transform power system say PGE speakers

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.

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