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.
The energy sector recorded three times as many operational technology (OT) and/or industrial control system (ICS) cybersecurity incidents as the next closest vertical, according to a study conducted by the […] The post Energy Is the Most-Targeted Sector for Cyberattacks: Here’s What to Do appeared first on POWER Magazine.
In the common global quest for sustainable and renewable energy sources, traditional oil and gas producers are beginning to focus on alternative sources. Geothermal is emerging as one of the […] The post Geothermal: Hydrocarbon Sector’s Evolution to Own the Energy Revolution appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Power generation represents a varied and evolving landscape, both globally and within the U.S., with numerous technology types contributing to the energy mix. From traditional simple cycle gas and turbine […] The post Navigating Remote Partnerships for Power Generation Success appeared first on POWER Magazine.
The U.S. Dept. of Defense (DOD), as part of the agency’s climate action plan and its strategy for sustainability, will deploy a prototype microgrid at a military installation in New […] The post DOD Inks Deal with Redflow for Microgrid Repowering at Air National Guard Base appeared first on POWER Magazine.
The Department of Defense (DOD) has moved to develop a second transportable microreactor under Project Pele, granting X-energy a contract option to develop an enhanced engineering design. The one-year contract […] The post DOD Advances X-Energy Mobile Nuclear Microreactor as Second Project Pele Design appeared first on POWER Magazine.
Holtec International, a diversified energy technology company, and Wolverine Power Cooperative, a not-for-profit power generation cooperative based in Michigan, announced that they have entered into a long-term agreement that will […] The post Palisades Nuclear Power Plant May Get a Second Chance with Holtec-Wolverine Agreement appeared first on POWER Magazine.
BWX Technologies (BWXT) said it was awarded a “two-phase, two-year contract” with the Wyoming Energy Authority (WEA) to assess the viability of deploying small-scale nuclear reactors in the state to […] The post Wyoming Energy Authority Makes Investment Toward Microreactor Deployment appeared first on POWER Magazine.