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$24.4bn financing won for UAE nuclear project

The United Arab Emirates has attracted $24.4bn in funding for the first nuclear power plantas part of an overall nuclear energy for the country.

Kokam develops energy storage system for KEPCO

Battery company Kokam is developing a 36 MW energy storage system for South Korea's largest utility Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO).

MHPS involvement in 1,000 MW Korean coal-fired power plant

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) and construction company Daelim Industrial have secured a contract to supply an ultra-supercritical-pressure boiler for a power plant in South Korea.

Which way for nuclear?

The nuclear industry is at a crossroads.

Japan combined cycle power plant pushes the boundaries of turbine technology

Himeji No.2 thermal power station in Japan is a state-of-the-art combined cycle plant boasting a record-breaking gas turbine

Utilities Unbundled: new perspectives on power and utilities

The power and utilities sector is in a period of immense transformation. Infrastructure investment, big data and analytics, market and policy reforms, evolving regulatory frameworks, new market entrants and empowered customers are changing the way power and utilities think and operate.

Moody’s warns of falling oil price impact on utilities

Analysts at Moody’s Investors Services have today warned of the negative impact of the falling oil price on energy companies.

Jordan ready to reap tri-fuel plant benefits

The world's largest internal combustion engine power plant is poised to enter commercial operation this month in Jordan.

Abu Dhabi combined-cycle plant comes online

Commercial operations have begun at Siemens’ Shuweihat S3 combined-cycle power plant in Abu Dhabi, UAE, the company has announced.

Kepco plans two more Japanese solar plants

Japanese utility Kansai Electric Power Co has announced it is to build two solar power plants.

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