Current Headlines

  1. EnBW Takes Its First Steps In The North American Market For Offshore Wind

    EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG is continuing its strategy of capturing growth in new international markets in the renewable energy sector. Following its recent entry into Taiwan, EnBW has now expanded its activities to the United States of America by establishing a regional subsidiary, EnBW North America, and forming a joint venture with Trident Winds Inc. to develop an offshore wind project off the coast of in Central California

  2. ACWA Power And Energy China Sign MoU For Power And Water Desalination Cooperation

    ACWA Power, a leading developer, owner, and operator of power generation and water desalination plants, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Energy Engineering Corporation Limited (ENERGY CHINA), a global leader in international engineering and EPC contracting, during a ceremony in Dubai

  3. sPower And CleanPowerSF Sign Long-Term PPA For 100 MW Of Solar

    sPower, the largest private owner of operating solar assets in the United States, has signed a 22-year, 100 MWsolar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with CleanPowerSF, a California Community Choice Aggregator (CCA) managed by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) that serves the City and County of San Francisco

  4. Breakthrough For NuScale Power: Increase In Its SMR Output Delivers Customers 20 Percent More Power

    NuScale Power announced its small modular reactor (SMR) can generate 20 percent more power than originally planned. Advanced testing and modeling tools helped NuScale identify optimization opportunities and increased power generation

  5. Gradiant Corporation Expands China Presence

    On the heels of commissioning its latest zero liquid discharge (ZLD) plant in China, Gradiant Corporation, a leader in innovative solutions for industrial wastewater treatment and desalination, recently unveiled its plans to further strengthen its presence in the country

  6. Veolia Has Renewed Its Contract With SMEDAR To Operate The VESTA Waste-To-Energy Plant In Rouen For Six And A Half Years For €116M

    VESTA can handle and recover up to 325,000 metric tons of household and assimilated waste collected from across the region. Treated in three furnace lines at a very high temperature (1000 °C), the waste generates up to 180 GWh/year of electricity of which 125 GWh/year – the equivalent of the city of Rouen’s consumption – is sold to the French electricity grid

  7. JinkoSolar Signs 1.43 GW Supply Agreement With sPower In The U.S.

    JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (NYSE: JKS) ("JinkoSolar" or the "Company"), a global leader in the solar industry, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. has entered into a three-year agreement to supply 1.43GW of high efficiency modules to sPower, a leading renewable energy independent power producer

  8. Siemens Will Deliver One Of The World's Most Efficient Combined Cycle Power Plants To UK

    Siemens and the Scottish energy company SSE plc have announced they will collaborate to build the highly efficient gas-fired power station Keadby 2 in Lincolnshire. Siemens will provide a full turnkey solution for the power plant, which will include the world's first deployment of the 50Hertz version of its SGT-9000HL gas turbine. SSE will invest £350M in the construction of the new power station which will have a total capacity of 840 megawatts (MW) and 63 percent efficiency

  9. Atlantic Canada Offshore Developments (ACOD) Partner Awarded Contracts For 800 Megawatts Of Offshore Wind Power In Massachusetts; Next Priority Is To Realize The First Canadian Offshore Wind Farm

    ACOD, a partnership between Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and Canadian developer Beothuk Energy Inc. (Beothuk), celebrates the win in Massachusetts that solidified CIP’s position as the largest offshore wind developer and investor in North America

  10. New Energy Storage Projects Will Support A Cleaner, More Reliable Power Grid

    Energy storage is creating a cleaner, more reliable power grid in the San Diegoregion, and more storage is on the way