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The No. 4 turbine-generator at the 16-GW Baihetan hydropower station, owned by China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG), was put into operation on Nov. 19, the sixth unit commissioned at this world’s second largest hydropower plant and the 100th hydraulic generator commissioned by CTG along the mainstream of the Yangtze River. To date, 86 of the world’s 127 hydraulic generators with […]
Last evening, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed D.C. Public Service Commission Chairman Willie Phillips as a new member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
How can we radically collaborate to make the right choices – and the right investment decisions – to mobilize global markets and accelerate the establishment of a sustainable, low-carbon economy?
A $3 billion green hydrogen storage hub planned for Mississippi would be 10 times larger than any other project of its kind in the U.S., and one of the largest in the world, according to the startup behind the project.
The International Energy Agency called for "unmistakable" action by world leaders to reduce emissions ahead of the COP26 Climate Change Conference, warning that the global transition to renewable energy isn't happening quickly enough to meet net-zero goals.
Energy Products of Idaho (EPI), a provider of solid fuel fired renewable energy systems, has been selected to provide two fluidized bed energy systems to Ameresco Federal Solutions in support of their contract with the Department of Energy's Savannah River Site project.
A California Petroleum company is doing its part of atone for the drawbacks of worldwide demand for fossil fuels by tapping into solar energy. Sun Power & Geothermal Energy recently completed a 36.6 kW DC solar photovoltaic system for the Royal Petroleum Company headquarters in Santa Rosa, California.
Rangit River, a major tributary of River Teesta, in the Eastern Himalaya supplies the 60 MW Rangit Hydro Power Station which was commissioned in February 2000 by NHPC. However, the river transports a large quantity of silt with its water during the monsoon months of May to September and during an incident in 2006 the project's powerhouse was flooded.
The Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District, (LGVSD) which serves residents of Northern Marin County, recently completed an 81-kilowatt solar power system that provides power to its reclamation pump station.
Developing standards tailored specifically to the needs of solar cell production, less complex and costly than those used in the semiconductor industry, is one weapon in the battle to reduce manufacturing costs. John Baxter and Al Bousetta from Swagelok discuss a new PV component processing specification that matches testing, cleaning, and packaging steps for stainless steel components.