All publications by tag «POWER»
2022, June, 24, 11:05:00PAKISTAN ENERGY CRISIS
This is the third time this month that Pakistan failed to complete an LNG tender for July, and the country’s inability to purchase fuel threatens to exacerbate electricity shortages just as hotter weather boosts air conditioning and power demand.
2022, June, 1, 10:10:00VIETNAM HYDROPOWER UP
The Vietnamese government has agreed to increase the capacity of the Sơn La hydropower plant on the Black River in Ít Ong, Mường La District, Sơn La Province, from 2.4 GW to 3.2 GW.
2022, March, 29, 13:00:00NORTH AMERICA'S VIRTUAL POWER PLANTS
Customers get a cost-effective way to generate their own power, a source of backup power in the event of grid outages, and payment for power they send back to the grid.
2022, February, 22, 12:15:00SWITZERLAND ENERGY RESERVES
Switzerland plans to build two to three gas-fired plants with a total capacity of 1 GW as part of a gas reserve.
2022, February, 1, 14:30:00CHINA NON-FOSSIL ELECTRICITY 50%
China, the world's biggest greenhouse gases emitter and coal consumer, is expected to add 180 gigawatts (GW) of new power generation capacity from non-fossil fuel sources during 2022, driving total non-fossil fuel capacity to 1,300 GW, according to a report issued by the China Electricity Council (CEC) late on Thursday.
2022, January, 26, 12:15:00HYDROPOWER FOR ECUADOR 2.4 GW $6.7 BLN
The Santiago project would comprise eight power generation units, with 304.10 MW Francis-type turbines and would require US$3bn of private investments for a total budget of US$6.7bn.
2022, January, 13, 14:05:00CHINA PUMPED STORAGE POWER PLANT
China aims to boost its pumped storage capacity to 62 GW by 2025 and 120 GW by the end of the decade.
2021, December, 24, 11:45:00HYDROPOWER BITCOIN
The facility will plug into an electrical grid that relies on hydropower and is 90% carbon-free,
2021, December, 14, 14:05:00INDIA'S HYDROPOWER +30 GW
India aims to reach a non-fossil energy capacity of 500 GW by 2030.
2021, November, 8, 12:05:00GLOBAL POWER DEMAND GROWTH
The global power market is experiencing rapid power demand growth as markets recover from the pandemic.