Highlights Power burns down 260 MMcf/d spring 2022 vs. 2021 8.1 GW of renewable capacity installed over past year Commerce tariff investigation could slow solar growth Recent growth in renewable generating capacity across the Western US is putting downward pressure on gas-fired power burns this
Highlights Latest nuclear unit to close before end of licensed period in US Marks exit of Entergy from merchant nuclear plant business Entergy’s 845-MW Palisades plant in Covert, Michigan, shut permanently May 20, more than a week earlier than scheduled due to a maintenance issue,
Highlights Hydrogen production of 1 mil mt/year by 2030 Artificial island planned on Dogger Bank Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners is planning to build an artificial island for renewable hydrogen production in the North Sea, backed by 10 GW of offshore wind, the company said May 20.
Highlights JERA’s Hekinan plant maintains runs at half of operable capacity Nakayama Nagoya Joint Power Generation runs at half of operable capacity Japan’s Aichi prefecture partially resumed supplying industrial water to JERA’s 4.1 GW Hekinan coal-fired power plant and other coal-fired power plants in the
Highlights Strategic supply partnerships may need to be struck Product substitutions under study The major push towards renewable energy, including wind power, as envisaged by the European Commission’s REPowerEU scheme may be challenging in terms of accessing the necessary supplies of rare earths, an EC
How is energy demand faring across different sectors and regions amid the evolving coronavirus pandemic? In this week’s Commodity Tracker, S&P Global Platts editors look at global aviation, Chinese fuels consumption, Brazilian power demand and European refining, as well as US LNG output. 1. Lift