Fort Simpson moves toward dropping diesel for LNG
A project to move Fort Simpson from diesel power…
New nuclear plant could rise at site of former one in NJ
Nuclear reactor could be built at the site of the former Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in the Forked River section of Lacey Township
Hitachi ABB establishes new R&D presence in Montreal
New Digital Power Grid Center leverages Quebec’s academic and technology leadership
Hundreds of coal mining jobs to end as Transalta switches to natural gas
Will result in hundreds of mine job losses as employment drops to 40 to 50 people involved in reclamation work.
Carbon capture project would be largest in world: officials
Energy secretary calls it a game changer for fossil-fuel generation in the US and around the world.
COVID-related delays increase costs of Nalcor’s Muskrat Falls project
Energy company has to pay roughly $300 million in additional debt-financing costs.
BC Hydro makes plans as power demand plummets due to pandemic
Demand estimated to be down nearly 10%, more than double the decline following the 2008 recession.
Uptake of drones in the power and utilities sector: report
Digital transformation, remote monitoring and optimizing operational costs to drive drone revenues to US$515 million by 2030.
Key power system staff may need to stay at work sites: IESO
If necessary, bed, food and other on-site arrangements have been made to allow the operators to stay at their workplaces.
Ballard signs ESAs for fuel cell stacks to support German radio towers
Stacks will go to adKor GmbH and SFC Energy AG to be integrated into Jupiter backup power systems.
Erroneous nuclear alert issued during training exercise: Ont. government
Investigation will examine the sequence of events that led to the alert being sent out and contingency measures that should be in place.
Hydro Quebec needs more time following fierce autumn storm
Repair work was proving complicated in more remote areas not accessible by traditional equipment.
Total power failures: Avoid them with a ‘living’ liability plan
Create a living program that’s monitored regularly.
Keeping Canada’s power on will require 20,000 new workers by 2022
Demand for new workers is complicated by the fact many of the jobs require substantial training.
GE’s sprawling power, aviation, health care arms add risk
The sprawling company’s broad reach has left it vulnerable to market shifts in many industries.