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All publications by tag «POWER»

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2024, March, 5, 06:30:00
VIRTUAL POWER PLANT INVESTMENT $100 MLN
Google, long interested in clean energy and conservation, is spinning out its Google Nest Renew business and Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners (SIP) is combining it with OhmConnect to create a new company in which SIP will make an initial $100 million investment.
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2024, March, 5, 06:25:00
S.KOREA NUCLEAR DEVELOPMENT $3 BLN
South Korea has 25 nuclear power reactors with a total capacity of 24.7 GWe at the end of 2023. According to the state-run utility Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power, in 2022, these plants generated nearly 30% of all electricity, up from 23% in 2018.
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2024, February, 28, 06:40:00
DIGITAL ENERGY TRANSFORMATION
Digitalization in the energy sector entails automating business processes and workflows, resulting in increased efficiency and cost reduction.
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2024, February, 28, 06:35:00
TEXAS ENERGY GREED
If the Texas Supreme Court over rules the decision of the Texas Court of Appeals, what precedent will be set across all energy markets?
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2024, February, 26, 06:45:00
CHINA'S COAL ELECTRICITY
China saw a robust increase in its peak power demand in 2021-2022 due to an increase in the prevalence of air conditioners amid exceptionally intense heat waves. This prompted an enhancement of more coal-based power generation capacity as a "costly and suboptimal solution,"
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2024, February, 21, 06:25:00
S.KOREA NEED NUCLEAR POWER
Atomic power would need to account for 40% to 45% of electricity supply, from about 30% now, for Korea to zero out its emissions by mid-century,
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2024, February, 20, 06:30:00
EUROPE NEED SMR NUCLEAR
"Compared to the larger, conventional nuclear power plants, SMRs have several advantages — such as shorter construction time schedules, enhanced safety features and a sounder appeal to private investors thanks to their lower initial costs and shorter development timelines," the commission added.
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2024, February, 16, 06:40:00
GLOBAL CLEAN NUCLEAR POWER
"Those countries that opt to use nuclear energy or support its use recognise its potential as a clean energy source that can reduce dependence on fossil fuels, to address the climate crisis and improve global energy security," a ministerial communiqué released at the end of the event said.
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2024, February, 16, 06:15:00
U.S., BULGARIA NUCLEAR COOPERATION
In addition to creating a working group to support plans to design, construct and commission the new units at Kozloduy, the two countries will also "explore collaboration on research and training programmes and developing Bulgaria's nuclear supply chain resilience".
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2024, February, 13, 06:50:00
RUSSIA, INDIA NUCLEAR COOPERATION
Kudankulam, about 100 kilometres from the port city of Tuticorin in the state of Tamil Nadu at the southern tip of India, is already home to two operating Russian-VVER 1000 pressurised water reactors: Kudankulam 1 has been in commercial operation since 2014 and Kudankulam 2 since 2017.