Petra Nova, one of the world’s only two carbon capture and storage (CCS) retrofits at a commercial power plant, has restarted operations, JX Nippon Oil and Gas Exploration Corp. announced […] The post Petra Nova, Pioneering Power Plant Carbon Capture Unit, Is Up and Running Again, says JX Nippon appeared first on POWER Magazine.
FuelCell Energy and Toyota Motor North America said they have completed what the groups call a “Tri-gen” production system at the Port of Long Beach in California. The system, owned […] The post Renewable Hydrogen Production Part of New Toyota System at California Port appeared first on POWER Magazine.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) defines environmental justice as: “The fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people, regardless of race, color, national origin, or income, with respect to […] The post Environmental Justice: What It Is and Why It’s Important to Power Projects appeared first on POWER Magazine.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said it expects 16 new natural gas-fired power plants will begin commercial operation this year, a second straight year of growth in gas-fired generation […] The post EIA Reports Second Straight Year of Growth for New U.S. Gas-Fired Power Plants appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Companies in the agriculture sector are increasingly relying on distributed power generation to support their operations, particularly those wanting to use make their energy use cleaner and their supply of […] The post Solar-Powered EV Chargers Supporting California Vineyard appeared first on POWER Magazine.
In the fast-evolving world of industrial lithium batteries, extending cycle life—the number of charge and discharge cycles a battery can endure before significant degradation occurs—is one of the key advantages […] The post Extending the Cycle Life of an Industrial Battery: What Makes a Battery Last? appeared first on POWER Magazine.
A successful clean energy transition depends on maximizing output and minimizing the costs of renewable investments.In particular, wind turbines are highly effective assets but require frequent detailed inspections and maintenance […] The post Elevating Wind Energy: ‘Intelligent Inspection’ Transforms Turbine Operations appeared first on POWER Magazine.
When a hostile foreign country invades your homeland, many power projects might fall by the wayside, but for DTEK, providing reliable power to customers and continuing to develop secure energy resources was The post A Symbol of Courage and Invincibility: DTEK Completes Wind Farm Despite War appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Voith Hydro in 2022 replaced four vertical Pelton turbines at Verbund’s 75-year-old 326-GWh Gerlos 1 pumped storage facility in Austria with a first-of-its-kind horizontal six-nozzle Pelton turbine The post Hydropower Horizons: Pioneering a Pelton Turbine Breakthrough appeared first on POWER Magazine.
The U.S. Air Force’s first nuclear microreactor planned for Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska under a federal nuclear microreactor pilot program will be an Oklo liquid metal-cooled fast reactor. […] The post U.S. Air Force Selects Fast Microreactor for Nuclear Power Pilot appeared first on POWER Magazine.