Supplier News

  1. ENGIE North America Acquires Dakota Range III Wind Project In South Dakota

    ENGIE North America Inc. recently announced it has acquired the 151.2 MW Dakota Range III wind project from Apex Clean Energy and entered into a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Xcel Energy for the project’s full capacity

  2. First Siemens H-Class Turbine In GCC To Boost Efficiency Of UAE’s Aluminum Industry

    Siemens has signed a contract to build the most efficient power plant in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), bringing the company’s H-class turbine to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for the first time

  3. Handover Completed For Turbine Generation Facilities At Haiyang Nuclear Power Plant Unit 1 In China

    Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS) announces that the steam turbine generation facilities supplied for the Haiyang Nuclear Power Plant in China have cleared all functional, safety confirmation, and required performance tests, and a handover was made on December 11

  4. BAE Systems To Replace Coal Power With $97M Natural Gas Facility At Holston Army Ammunition Plant

    BAE Systems has received a U.S. Army contract modification valued at $96.6M, bringing the total contract value to $158M, to design, build, and commission a natural gas-fired steam facility at Holston Army Ammunition Plant (HSAAP), an Army-owned, contractor-operated site located in Kingsport, Tennessee

  5. Powering Texas Launches To Promote Innovative, Sustainable Electricity Generation In Texas

    Today, Powering Texas announces the launch of a coalition and powerful voice to promote innovative, sustainable electricity generation throughout Texas, including the continued promotion of renewable wind energy

  6. Toyobo’s Hollow Fiber Forward Osmosis Membrane Adopted At Danish Osmotic Power Plant

    Hollow fiber forward osmosis (FO) membranes manufactured by Toyobo Co., Ltd. have been adopted at a first of its kind osmotic power plant in Denmark. The pilot plant is operated by Danish venture firm SaltPower ApS with support from industrial machinery maker Danfoss A/S and engineering firm Semco Maritime A/S.

  7. New Massachusetts Solar Project Brings Power Locally And Internationally

    Green Street Power Partners, LLC (GSPP), a national developer and financier of commercial solar, completed construction on a 2.75 MW rooftop solar array in Devens, Mass

  8. Siemens Gamesa And Aalborg University To Lead EU-Funded R&D Project To Make Offshore Wind One Of The Most Affordable Energy Sources

    Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) and Aalborg University (AAU) in Denmark will lead the new i4Offshore research and development project focused on significantly reducing the cost of offshore wind power

  9. EDF : The First Of Two EPR Reactors At China's Taishan Nuclear Power Plant Enters Into Commercial Operation

    CGN and EDF announced, at a joint press conference in Beijing, that unit 1 of Taishan nuclear power plant had become the world's first EPR to enter into commercial operation

  10. CleanWinTur Biofouling Solutions For Offshore Wind Turbines

    The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), NDT Consultants, Brunel University London, Reece Innovation, InnoTecUK, 3-Sci and E.ON have joined forces to launch a new and innovative project named CleanWinTur