Investors are continuing to pour money into community solar projects, with groups on July 31 announcing nearly $75 million in funding for multiple installations. Renewable Properties, which develops and invests […] The post Investors Announce Nearly $75 Million in Funding for Community Solar appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Georgia Power declared Plant Vogtle Unit 3 commercially operational on July 31, 2023, making it the first “newly constructed” nuclear power unit to be added to the U.S. fleet in […] The post Vogtle Unit 3 Enters Commercial Operation: First ‘Newly Constructed’ U.S. Nuclear Power Plant in Decades appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Electric utilities are looking to green hydrogen as a tool to help alleviate over-congested grids and renewable energy curtailment. But what makes hydrogen “green?” The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will […] The post Making Green Hydrogen’s Potential Come True appeared first on POWER Magazine.
An astonishing surge of heat across the globe shattered temperature records and marked three days of July 2023 as likely the hottest in Earth’s modern history. When temperatures rise dramatically, […] The post Creating More Resilient Data Centers to Navigate Energy Volatility and Extreme Weather appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Hydrogen demand throughout the world reached 94 million metric tons in 2021, according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) Global Hydrogen Review 2022, an annual report issued by the IEA […] The post Hydrogen Offers a ‘Multi-Billion-Dollar Opportunity’ This Decade for Innovative Companies appeared first on POWER Magazine.
A number of companies in the power industry revealed new projects and other interesting developments this week. The following are some the more noteworthy announcements that POWER has been monitoring. […] The post Busy Week: News and Notes from the Power Industry (July 27, 2023) appeared first on POWER Magazine.
A group that includes Rivian, the California-based electric vehicle manufacturer, said it will turn the site of a former coal mine in Kentucky into that state’s largest solar farm. The […] The post Kentucky’s Largest Solar Farm Sited at Former Appalachia Coal Mine appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Framatome, the France-based nuclear power company, said its Enhanced Accident Tolerant Fuel (EATF) assembly reached a milestone, with the group on July 25 announcing the EATF successfully completed its first […] The post Framatome’s Accident-Tolerant Fuel Completes First Cycle at U.S. Nuclear Plant appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Officials in France have announced the existing Bugey nuclear power station near Lyon will be the site of two new EPR reactors. The government of President Emmanuel Macron last year […] The post France Chooses Site for Two New EPR Nuclear Units appeared first on POWER Magazine.
A Virginia-headquartered group said it has brought online the first two of the company’s four planned energy storage systems (ESS) designed to support and stabilize the New York City power […] The post Energy Storage Projects Commissioned to Serve New York City appeared first on POWER Magazine.