In the U.S., there has always been a direct correlation between the disparity in income and the distribution of renewable resources. Equity in energy refers to fairness in the distribution […] The post Equity in Energy: How Community Solar Is Involved appeared first on POWER Magazine.
The Southwest Power Pool (SPP) is poised to become the first regional transmission organization (RTO) to provide coordinated operation across the Eastern and Western Interconnections, bridging a historic gap to […] The post SPP Set to Become First RTO Straddling Eastern and Western Interconnections appeared first on POWER Magazine.
A California company that specializes in providing renewable energy to electricity customers has signed its largest procurement contract. Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) on September 28 said it will receive 220 […] The post California Group Inks Deal for Power from Massive New Mexico Wind Farm appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ), Poland’s designated entity tasked with developing the country’s first nuclear plant in Pomerania, has signed an engineering services contract with a Westinghouse-Bechtel consortium, allowing site-specific work […] The post Major Engineering Services Contract Launches Poland’s First Nuclear Power Project appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Officials in Angola announced that the Laúca hydroelectric power station is now fully operational, with Austrian company Andritz wrapping construction of the final 70-MW environmental flow power station at the […] The post Major 2-GW Hydropower Station in Angola Now Fully Online appeared first on POWER Magazine.
It’s pretty easy to understand how the weather affects certain forms of power generation and infrastructure. Sunlight is obviously needed to generate solar power, wind is required to produce wind […] The post How Power Companies Benefit from Accurate Weather Forecasts appeared first on POWER Magazine.
A New York Times Magazine expose detailed the complicated and shockingly brazen inner workings of international espionage. However, the spies profiled weren’t targeting government secrets. They were interested in corporate […] The post Mitigating Insider Threats: Five Strategies for Critical Infrastructure Entities this Cybersecurity Awareness Month appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Incremental unplanned generation outages triggered during Winter Storm Elliot spiked to 90.5 GW—significantly more than the 61.8 GW during Winter Storm Uri in 2021—representing 13% of the U.S. portion of […] The post FERC, NERC Reveal Disturbing Details from Winter Storm Elliot Inquiry appeared first on POWER Magazine.
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is poised to study the feasibility of retrofitting two gas-fired power plants—a combined capacity of 1.8 GW—in Mississippi and Kentucky with post-combustion carbon capture technology […] The post TVA Exploring Carbon Capture Feasibility for Two Gas-Fired Power Plants appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Energy consumption is continually escalating at a remarkable rate, with current statistics showcasing the gravity of the situation. Global energy demand has risen by approximately 50% over the past two […] The post Peak Shaving in Energy Storage: Balancing Demand, Savings, and Sustainability appeared first on POWER Magazine.