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The heads of Germany's grand coalition have agreed on a solution to ensure the continued operation of E.ON's modern but unprofitable gas power plant in Irsching, Bavaria. As part of a "reserve capacity for southern Germany", up to 2 GW…
The US Supreme Court has ruled against the Obama administration's attempt to limit power plant emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants. In a 5:4 decision, the court ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should have weighed the…
Electricity provider Alabama Power Company has signed a deal with the U.S.  Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Justice to convert four coal-fired units from coal to natural gas and retire a further three.
The Japanese government has passed new legislation to reform the country’s electricity and gas supply sectors  as a first step towards liberalisation measures that are expected to be in place by 2017.
Gas power plants in Delhi face fuel supply shortages and outages as temperatures in the Indian capital hit a record high of 5,846 MW this week. The regional regulator Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) approved a 4% to 6% increase in…
U.S. regulator FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) has received an application to expand the Pennsylvanian gas supply system to feed a new gas power plant that is due to be operational by 2017.
A study prepared by UNSW for the environmental non-profit, Conservation Council SA found a gas-fired system would be a better alternative to a controversial nuclear plant and spent-nuclear-fuel-recycling centre in the Australian state of South Australia.
A panel at PowerGen Europe addressed the question if Europe's transition towards renewables makes the business model of centralisedgeneration obsolete and could bring about the death of large utilities. Putting a positive face on it, Koen Noyens, advisor for the…
Full implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP) would lead to a substantial increase of gas-fired generation in the early 2020s as an "initial compliance strategy," according to EIA analysts. Renewables will play a critical role…
South Korea is the first Asian country that has introduced a national carbon trading scheme, with prices currently around $10/t – too low to make gas the preferred fuel for power generation. "To make coal-to-gas displacement economic, the price of…
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