energy infrastructure News

  • Clean energy infrastructure

    Preferred bidders in the Government’s £1bn CCS Commercialisation Programme were announced in March 2013. Since then, my Department has taken forward detailed negotiations with these bidders to draw up and agree specifications and contracts for Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) studies of their projects. Developing carbon capture and storage infrastructure forms part of the ...

  • MIT’s solar plant is delivering on its promises

    Original story at MIT News More than 600 acres of solar panels have been successfully installed and connected on land in North Carolina and are delivering their power into the nation’s grid, thanks to a power purchase agreement (PPA) with MIT and two other Boston-based organizations. The installation will ...

  • One of the World`s Largest Geothermal Power Plants Commences Commercial Operation

    Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) and Ormat Technologies Inc. (NYSE: ORA) today announced that the first unit of the Sarulla geothermal power plant, one of the world's largest power plants, located in Indonesia's North Sumatra, has commenced commercial operation. The approximately 110 MW power plant, which combines flash and binary technologies to provide a high efficiency power plant and 100% ...


    By Ormat Technologies, Inc.

  • DC Water and Xylem celebrate the installation of the first intelligent wastewater pumping system in North America

    Xylem (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company, today presented to DC Water the first installation in North America of Flygt Concertor, the world's first wastewater pumping system with integrated intelligence.  DC Water, one of the nation's leading water and wastewater innovators, has a well-established track record of piloting and adopting leading-edge technologies to evolve ...


    By Xylem, Inc.

  • Use a “Carbon Law” to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050

    To bridge the gap between science-based targets focused on cutting greenhouse gases, and national commitments to such efforts, international experts propose in the highly renowned journal ‘Science’ a decadal roadmap strategy for achieving net-zero emissions by mid-century. They base this on a simple “carbon law” of halving anthropogenic carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions each ...

  • Infrastructure Bill

    The Infrastructure Bill would provide a £2.6 billion boost to the economy over the next 10 years by: improving the funding and management of our major roads streamlining the planning process for major projects protecting our infrastructure from invasive plants and animals supporting house building making it easier and cheaper to register land and ...

  • Clarke Energy at iPAD Cameroon Energy & Infrastructure Forum

    Michel Susini, Commercial Director, with Theodore Muluh Sales Engineer for Cameroun represented Clarke Energy at iPAD Cameroon Energy & Infrastructure Forum, which took place form December 1st to December 2nd 2015, in Yaoundé, at Cameroon. The official opening of the forum was by the ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Energy: EU invests €217 million in energy infrastructure

    Today Member States agreed on a Commission proposal to invest €217 million in key trans-European energy infrastructure projects, mainly in Central and South Eastern Europe. In total, 15 projects were selected following a call for proposals under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), an EU funding programme for infrastructure. The selected projects will increase energy security and help end ...


    By European Commission

  • GE Energy Accelerates Telecom Infrastructure Energy Efficiency

    GE Energy (NYSE: GE) today announced a broad portfolio of Retrofit Power Systems (RPS) designed to accelerate energy efficiency upgrades ...


    By General Electric

  • Energy: EU invests €150 million in energy infrastructure

    Today (July 14, 2015) Member States agreed on the Commission's proposal to allocate €150 million to key trans-European energy infrastructure projects. The bulk of the support will go to projects in Central Eastern and South Eastern Europe as well as to projects in the Baltic region. In total, 20 ...


    By European Commission

  • SAIC to consolidate energy, environment, infrastructure units

    Science Applications International Corp. (McLean, VA) announced that it is planning to consolidate its energy, environment, and infrastructure capabilities into a single subsidiary, called SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC. In recent years, the company has expanded its services in these areas through a series of acquisitions, including The Benham Companies in 2007 and R. W. Beck, ...

  • Common rules and Infrastructure needed to complete Energy Market

    An integrated EU energy market is the most cost-effective way to ensure secure and affordable supplies to EU citizens and mitigate climate change. A completed internal energy market could bring net economic benefits between 16 and 40 billion euros each year. Substantial progress has been achieved to date but in order to reap full benefits more investment is needed in strategic cross-border ...


    By European Commission

  • IEEE and FERC to Address Energy Infrastructure and Market Challenges

    December 2, 2016 -- IEEE has announced the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) and the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to address energy infrastructure and related market challenges due to the significant changes in energy supply, demand and technology. The MOU was officially signed into order by Barry L. Shoop, ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • iPad Cameroon Energy & Infrastructure Forum 2015

    iPad Cameroon is the unique platform and leading forum for investors, project developers, technical partners and financiers looking at investing in the country as well as the key partners to develop national plans and consolidate the expansion of synergies and partnerships in transmission & distribution. Cameroon is open for ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • EU Invests 444 Million in Key Energy Infrastructure

    Today (2/17) EU Member States agreed on the Commission's proposal to invest 444 million in priority European energy infrastructure projects. The 18 selected electricity, smart grids and gas projects are seen as contributing to achieving the  ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • New energy infrastructure investment to fuel recovery

    Government action to unlock up to £110 billion energy infrastructure investment and support up to 250,000 jobs by 2020 Capacity Market to be initiated in 2014 to bring on gas and other flexible electricity supply to meet future demand and reduce risks to security of supply from winter 2018 Renewable Strike Prices to help renewables ...

  • The Prime Minister`s speech on National Infrastructure: Energy

    "The next area where we are planning bold transformation is energy. We need to find diverse, secure sources of energy that can meet demand, keep prices stable and cut the impact of carbon on the planet. But this is the problem we inherited. We’re powering our country through an out-of-date, inefficient grid and ageing, polluting power stations. We need to replace ...

  • Informal agreement on notification of investment projects in energy infrastructure

    The Council's Permanent Representatives Committee today (on October 23th) confirmed the agreement reached at the informal trilogue with the European Parliament on 16 October on the regulation concerning the notification to the Commission of investment projects in energy infrastructure within the EU.  The text still needs to be formally approved by the Parliament, whose vote in plenary is ...


    By EU Council of Ministers

  • Energy: Commission releases €750 million for infrastructure projects

    The first call for proposals under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) to help finance key trans-European energy infrastructure projects is open. A total of €750 million will be made available for first priority projects mainly in the gas and electricity sectors. These projects will address security of supply issues and help bring an end to the energy isolation of some Member States. They ...


    By Europa Press Room

  • Environmental benefits of green infrastructure

    The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is launching a new strategy to promote the use of green infrastructure by cities and towns to reduce storm water runoff which pollutes the nation’s streams, creeks, rivers, lakes and coastal waters. Green infrastructure decreases pollution to local waterways by treating rain where it falls and preventing polluted storm water entering sewer ...


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