GE to supply mobile gensets for Ghana LPG power project

GE has won an order to supply nine mobile gas-fired gensets for Ghana's 400 MW Bridge Power project.

Solar-diesel hybrid power for Eritrean mining operation

A solar-diesel hybrid system is set to power a mining operation in Eritrea after a 10-year contract was signed this week.

73 MW extension for gas-fired power plant in Turkey

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä will supply 73 MW capacity equipment for an extension to a power plant owned by Yesilyurt Enerji Elektrik Uretim A.S, an Independent Power Producer (IPP) in Turkey.

GE power boost for Angola

GE has announced an order from AE Energia for seven TM2500 mobile aeroderivative gas turbine generator sets, services agreements and digital solutions for PRODEL, the state-owned company responsible for power production in Angola.

Russia’s $1.3bn Crimean power plan bedeviled by sanctions

The Russian government’s $1.3bn plan to build two new gas-fired power plants in the recently-annexed Crimea region has run into problems as a result of international sanctions.

Construction of 400 MW LNG-fired power plant begins in Ghana

The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has performed the commencement of construction of the 400-MegaWatt Bridge Power project, the world’s largest liquefied petroleum gas-fired power plant.

Decentralized renewable energy can unlock UN sustainability goal

A United Nations goal to end energy poverty by 2030 can only be achieved by accelerating investment in decentralized renewable energy, according to campaign group Power for All, backed by analysis produced by the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL) at the University of California, Berkeley.

Q&A: Paul McElhinney talks about GE Power’s biggest service deal

GE celebrated the largest services deal in its history on Monday, with a $3bn agreement designed to lead the digital industrial transformation of Sonelgaz’s power plants throughout Algeria. GE Power Services chief executive officer Paul McElhinney spoke to Power Engineering International about the possibilities unleashed by this high profile win.

Geothermal power to grow 30 per cent in next 10 years...

Global geothermal power capacity is expected to grow by 30 per cent between 2016 and 2026, new analysis has found. 

Algerian contract is GE Power’s largest ever services deal

GE will collaborate with Sonelgaz SPE, a subsidiary of Algeria state-owned Sonelgaz, in a landmark deal that highlights its Fleet360 total plant solutions capabilities. The largest services deal in GE Power’s history, the agreement is designed to lead the digital industrial transformation of Sonelgaz’s plants throughout Algeria.

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