The Clean Energy Balancing Act

The Clean Energy Balancing Act

Energy is the lifeblood of our economy. It powers our phones, homes, offices, and transportation. As our energy consumption has evolved, so too has our electricity system to adapt to […] The post The Clean Energy Balancing Act appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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UK’s First SMR Nuclear Project to Showcase Four Westinghouse AP300 Reactors

Community Nuclear Power (CNP), the UK’s only independent small modular reactor (SMR) development company, will spearhead a project to build four Westinghouse AP300 small modular reactors (SMRs) in North Teeside, […] The post UK’s First SMR Nuclear Project to Showcase Four Westinghouse AP300 Reactors appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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Holtec Bets on Nuclear Paired with Solar to Support Decarbonization

The decarbonization of power generation is fostering research and development of new energy technologies, and some companies are reimagining what’s possible when it comes to power plant design. That includes […] The post Holtec Bets on Nuclear Paired with Solar to Support Decarbonization appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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5 Ways to Ensure Grids Don’t Become Bottlenecks in the Energy Transition

Meeting ambitious climate targets while transitioning from fossil fuels remains a key priority for businesses, policymakers, and society in general. The good news is that the grid can play a […] The post 5 Ways to Ensure Grids Don’t Become Bottlenecks in the Energy Transition appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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Global Domination—China Accounts for Nearly All New Coal-Fired Power Plant Construction

Data from Global Energy Monitor (GEM), a group that tracks thermal and renewable power generation projects worldwide, shows that China was responsible for construction of 96% of all new coal-fired […] The post Global Domination—China Accounts for Nearly All New Coal-Fired Power Plant Construction appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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Germany Will Support 10 GW of New Gas Plants, With Eye Toward Hydrogen

German officials announced a new plan for the country’s power generation, a strategy that includes putting at least 10 GW of new gas-fired capacity up for tenders. Officials on Feb. […] The post Germany Will Support 10 GW of New Gas Plants, With Eye Toward Hydrogen appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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Iran Starts Construction of Four New Nuclear Power Plants

Iran’s state-run news service said the country has started construction on four new nuclear power units. The IRNA agency on Feb. 1 reported that the four reactors would have expected […] The post Iran Starts Construction of Four New Nuclear Power Plants appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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FERC Approves MISO Interconnection Queue Reforms, Rejects Overall Queue Cap

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Jan. 19 approved most of the Midcontinent Independent System Operator’s (MISO) proposed revisions to its Generator Interconnection Procedures (GIP) designed to reduce the submission […] The post FERC Approves MISO Interconnection Queue Reforms, Rejects Overall Queue Cap appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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Ontario Green Lights Nuclear Refurbishment of Pickering CANDU Units

Ontario Power Generation (OPG) will refurbish four units at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, Canada’s first major commercial generation plant— marking a major turnaround for the 3.1-GW plant slated to […] The post Ontario Green Lights Nuclear Refurbishment of Pickering CANDU Units appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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Interconnection Cost-Causer-Pays Model: Is It Fair or Antiquated in the Era of Grid Modernization

The transition to green energy is often seen through two different lenses: a burden or an opportunity. Grid modernization refers to a comprehensive transformation of the traditional power grid to […] The post Interconnection Cost-Causer-Pays Model: Is It Fair or Antiquated in the Era of Grid Modernization appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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