NTPC Group companies have achieved over 100 billion units of cumulative generation in the current financial year.
The Department Of Energy Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management has selected the West Virginia University Research Corporation to receive US$5 million for the research and development of an advanced component for thermal power plants to generate highly-flexible, low-carbon power from traditional, renewable, and nuclear energy.
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A consortium led by Mitsubishi Power, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group, has completed the construction of Nakoso IGCC Power GK’s integrated coal gasification combined cycle plant in Iwaki, Fukushima, Japan.
The share of coal-fired power in Indonesia's energy mix increased on the year to 38% in 2020 from 37.1% a year earlier, Argus Media has reported.
China Huaneng Group Clean Energy Research Institute Co. Ltd and Glencore have signed a memorandum of understanding for the cooperation on carbon capture, utilisation and storage technology, commencing with the CTSCo Project in Millmerran power station in Australia.
NTPC recorded its highest ever group generation of 314 BU in FY21, a growth of 8.2% compared to previous year.
SaskPower’s carbon capture and storage facility at Boundary Dam Power Station near Estevan, Canada, has captured more than 4 million t of carbon dioxide since operations began in 2014.
Eskom has announced that Unit 3 of the Kusile Power Station has recently achieved commercial operation status.
Combustible by-product production in the US electric power industry decreased from 135.1 million short t in 2010 to 88.7 million short t in 2019, a 34% decline.