Nuclear power plants can maintain grid stability with the ability to regulate plant

With the world looking to consolidate ventures in cleaner and greener electricity sources post-Covid-19 pandemic, electricity from nuclear sources offer an option. In a study, the World Nuclear Association said the opportunity for governments to invest in nuclear energy, which addresses the Covid-19 crisis and manages issues such as climate change, air pollution and energy […]

September 4, 2020

GE Renewable Energy, a division of US conglomerate General Electric

GE Renewable Energy, a division of US conglomerate General Electric, said on Thursday it has completed the installation and commissioning of the 53 MW Kirazli and 32 MW Meryem wind farms in Turkey for local energy companies Turkerler and RT Enerji. The two wind farms are part of a larger contract to supply equipment for five onshore wind projects […]

September 4, 2020

LevelTen Marketplace had 100 new developers with European projects

Leading renewable energy platform announces launch of European projects on renewable energy Marketplace, hires European leader, and establishes headquarters in Spain  Energy Storage & Grids, Other Energy TopicsLevelTen Energy, a global renewable energy procurement platform, today announced the next phase of its European expansion, including the availability of more than 1,300 transactable power purchase agreement (PPA) […]

September 4, 2020

Nuclear power providing energy for some cities in Utah and five other states

Nuclear power providing energy for some cities in Utah and five other states in the West is inching closer to reality after federal regulators endorsed the design of a planned small modular reactor plant at Idaho National Laboratory. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission issued what is called a “Final Safety Evaluation Report,” which means the […]

September 4, 2020

Oil rose on signs a glut was easing with U.S. crude stockpiles shrinking for a sixth week

The American Petroleum Institute reported crude inventories dropped by 6.36 million barrels last week, according to people familiar with the figures. That would be the longest run of declines this year if confirmed by government data on Wednesday. Yet, there are lingering concerns about the economy as U.S. companies added fewer jobs than expected, paring […]

September 3, 2020

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