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EBRD, GCF provide funding for Qairokkum hydro power plant rehabilitation
By EBR Staff Writer
Tajikistani electric utility Barki Tojik will receive a new funding of $88m from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to execute the second phase rehabilitation of the 126MW Qairokkum hydro power plant (QHPP).
Power Generation > Hydro > News
Fortistar to build landfill RNG fuel projects in US
Fortistar said that it will soon begin construction on a portfolio of new landfill RNG (Renewable Natural Gas) projects for transportation fuel projects in the US.
Oil & Gas > Refining & Petrochemicals > News
Gazprom signs new gas supply contract with Slovenia
Gazprom has signed a medium-term contract with Geoplin d.o.o. Ljubljana to supply 600 million cubic meters of gas to Slovenia from 2018 to 2023.
Oil & Gas > Transportation & Storage > News
GroundProbe introduces new laser technology to monitor open-cut mines
Explosives and blasting systems company Orica’s subsidiary GroundProbe has introduced a new laser-based technology designed to monitor open-cut mines.
Mining & Commodities > Minerals & Materials > News
Proserv secures contract for Repsol’s Yme field redevelopment
Proserv has secured a contract worth over $5.5m with Repsol to upgrade and build new subsea production control equipment for the Yme field redevelopment in the Norwegian North Sea.
Oil & Gas > Drilling & Production > News
PSEG Nuclear begins refueling outage at 1.2GW Hope Creek power plant in US
By EBR Staff Writer
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Nuclear has started scheduled refueling and maintenance outage at its 1218MW Hope Creek Generating Station located in Salem County, New Jersey, US.
Power Generation > Nuclear > News
UK launches new regulations to increase use of sustainable renewable fuels by 2020
The UK has rolled out tough new biofuel targets in an effort to double the use of renewable fuels in the transport sector within 15 years and reduce the sector’s reliance on imported diesel.
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US researchers develop zirconium-free alloy for nuclear fuel rods to enhance safety
By EBR Staff Writer
Researchers from the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have developed a custom-designed cladding for nuclear fuel rods in order to enhance safety.
Power Generation > Nuclear > News
Wellesley gets approval for exploration drilling in Norwegian North Sea
Wellesley Petroleum, the operator for production licence 925 in the Norwegian North Sea, has secured approval from Petroleum Safety Authority to drill exploration well 35/12-6 S to investigate the Kallåsen prospect.
Oil & Gas > Exploration & Development > News
EnBW begins construction of 609MW Hohe See and Albatros offshore wind farms in North Sea
By EBR Staff Writer
Energie Baden-Wurttemberg (EnBW) has started construction of two offshore wind farms in the German North Sea – Hohe See and Albatros, which have a combined capacity of 609MW.
Power Generation > Wind > News
World’s biggest coal power plants
By EBR Staff Writer
Coal continues to be a major source of power generation though many new sources of electricity have emerged in the past few decades. According to World Coal Association, coal-fired power plants currently account for 41% of global electricity. Coal-fired power plants use steam coal as source to generate electricity.
Power Generation > Fossil Fuel > News
Acciona to build 265MW solar farm in Queensland, Australia
By EBR Staff Writer
Spanish renewable energy firm Acciona Energy has been selected to build a 265MW solar energy project at Aldoga near Gladstone, Queensland, Australia.
Power Generation > Solar > News
Albertine Graben consortium signs deal to build $4bn oil refinery in Uganda
By EBR Staff Writer
The Uganda Government has signed an agreement with Albertine Graben Refinery Consortium (AGRC) to build and operate a $4bn oil refinery in the country’s Hoima district.
Oil & Gas > Refining & Petrochemicals > News
Atlantis Resources completes construction of MeyGen Phase 1A tidal project in Scotland
By EBR Staff Writer
Global tidal power generation company Atlantis Resources has completed construction of the Phase 1A of the 398MW MeyGen tidal energy project in Scotland’s Pentland Firth.
Power Generation > Hydro > News
Battery storage developer Eelpower secures £20m funding from Gravis
By EBR Staff Writer
UK battery storage developer Eelpower has secured a debt funding of £20m from Gravis Capital Management (Gravis).
Power Distribution > Utilities Network > News
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