New carbon capture project launches in Alberta, Canada

A refinery and a fertiliser plant connected to the now operational Alberta Carbon Trunk Line (ACTL) have become the world’s 20th and 21st large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities in operation.

Paul Browning expands leadership with new role at MHPS

Paul F. Browning, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas, Inc., has been appointed to an expanded role as Chief Regional Officer of the Americas and co-Chief Regional Officer of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
green hydrogen

Black & Veatch helps Intermountain Power Agency transition to green energy

A consortium of municipal-owned utilities in the US states of Utah, Nevada and California have selected Black & Veatch to transition to green hydrogen.
utility decarbonisation

US’ second-largest utility commits to 2050 net zero target

Southern Company, the US' second-largest utility, has announced a long-term greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 during its recent annual meeting.

Understanding the role of AI in future energy markets

Power Engineering International interviewed James Johnston, Director of Wholesale Operations at Exelon and Jason Kram, Executive Vice President at Adapt2 Solutions about Exelon’s move to digitally transform their back office operations.
hydrokinetic enerrgy

Pilot project harnesses hydrokinetic energy from Florida gulf stream

An offshore project has demonstrated implications for a future of clean energy derived from Florida's Gulf Stream current.
Shell Solar

Shell Energy signs twin 10-year solar deals

Shell Energy North America has signed two new ten-year power purchase agreements with NextEnergy Capital’s NextIII solar fund for approximately 62GWh per year.
CryomatiKs

New technology generates and transports energy using thin air

Energy technology company CryomatiKs has unveiled a new solution simplifying sustainable energy generation and transportation.

Rolls-Royce, Daimler partner on low-carbon generators

Rolls-Royce has partnered with Daimler Truck AG to develop stationary fuel-cell generators as CO2-neutral emergency power generators for safety-critical facilities such as data centers.
ENGIE

ENGIE wins contract in Hawaii’s largest renewables procurement initiative

Hawaiian Electric Company has selected a subsidiary of ENGIE for the installation of a 60 MW solar energy plant and a 240 MWh battery energy storage plan.

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