Supplier News

  1. MHPS Receives Order From Chinese Steelmaker For M701S(DA)X Gas Turbine And Other Key Components For Thermal Power Generation

    Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS) has received an order to supply an M701S(DA)X gas turbine, steam turbine, and power generator for Chinese steelmaker Maanshan Iron & Steel Company, Ltd. The equipment will be the key components of a blast furnace gas (BFG)-fired gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) power plant with a 180 megawatt (MW) class output

  2. Siemens H-Class Gas Turbines Achieve One Million Operating Hours

    The Siemens H-class turbine has been on the market for nearly a decade and has now achieved a significant milestone by exceeding one-million fired hours of commercial operation. With 70 turbines in operation on four continents and almost 100 machines sold, the SGT-8000H is the market leader in its class and delivers a top performance that's been setting benchmarks throughout the industry

  3. KNOC And Equinor Sign MOU To Work Jointly Developing Commercial Floating Wind

    Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) and Equinor ASA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly explore the opportunities to develop commercial floating offshore wind in South Korea

  4. Sunpin Solar And Direct Energy Business Evolve California Energy Market With Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreement For 75 MW Solar Project

    Sunpin Solar, a California-based solar developer, and Direct Energy Business, part of Direct Energy, one of North America's largest energy and energy-related services providers, and a subsidiary of Centrica PLC, announce a renewable energy power purchase agreement (PPA) for the full output of the recently completed ColGreen North Shore Power Plant

  5. The World's Biggest Offshore Wind Farm, Hornsea 1, Generates First Power

    The first turbine at the world’s biggest offshore wind farm has been installed and is now producing electricity. When fully operational, Hornsea 1 offshore wind farm will be nearly double the size (1,218MW) of the current world’s largest offshore wind farm, Walney Extension, and capable of powering well over one million UK homes with renewable electricity, generated by wind

  6. MHPS Begins GTCC Trial Operation In Final Stage Of Jawa-2 Project In Indonesia

    Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS) has begun trial operation of gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) for “Jawa-2 Project” underway by PT. PLN (Persero), Indonesia’s state-owned electricity provider, at the Tanjung Priok Power Plant on Java Island

  7. Canadian Solar's First Solar Power Project Of 68 MWp In Mexico Started Commercial Operations

    Canadian Solar Inc. (the "Company", or "Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies today announced its first solar power project of 68 MWp in Mexico started commercial operations in January 2019

  8. Hyundai Mobis Introducing A Pollution-Less Power Generation System Utilizing Hydrogen Vehicles!

    Hyundai Mobis sought to leverage hydrogen fuel cell modules, which were applied to hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles, to introduce the hydrogen power generation system that supplies power to buildings

  9. Voith Wins Modernization Order For Togolese Hydropower Plant Nangbeto

    Voith is the general contractor for the modernization of the West African hydropower plant Nangbeto. The technology group has received an order from the Communtauté Electrique du Bénin (CEB), a Beninese-Togolese joint venture, to carry out extensive rehabilitation and modernization measures at the plant, which has been in operation for 35 years on the border between the two countries

  10. Imec And EnergyVille Present Unique Simulation Framework To Accurately Determine Energy Yield Of Bifacial Solar Modules And Systems

    Recently imec, a world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics, energy and digital technologies and EnergyVille present a new simulation framework that can accurately calculate the energy yield of bifacial PV systems (also capturing reflected light from the ground).