nuclear power

Bulgaria May Add 4.9 GW of Renewable Energy by 2031

According to a draft plan created by the Electricity System Operator (ESO), the transmission authority of Bulgaria, the country is expected to see an increase of 5.9 GW in the overall national power capacity by 2031. Out of this, 4.9 GW is expected to come from renewable sources. The ESO document says that the total […]

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6 Myths Blown Away By India’s Power Crisis

The power crisis in India has received enough coverage in the media, with focus now on the barely 3 days coal supplies with a significant segment (Over 40%) of the country’s thermal fleet of power stations. While the use of the word energy transition is designed to soothe nerves and allow the huge changes underway […]

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Floating Solar and Fishery Chalks Another Success in China with 120 MW plant

Months after the start of a 260 MW plant in China’s Anhui province that was made by China General Nuclear Power Group , that used floating solar and allowed fishery at the site, comes news of another 120 MW plant going online. The new plant  is located at Cixi, in Zhejiang province of China.The plant, […]

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Nuclear Power and Renewables Propelling Clean Power Generation

The highlight of the ‘Paris Agreement’ at the United Nation’s COP21 global climate conference held in late-2015 was its ‘binding’ aspects for the signatory countries. Although partial in their scope, these constitute a more decisive step compared to the earlier global climate summits. To make the emission reduction commitments made by nations, called ‘Intended Nationally […]

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Solar Power Generating Capacity in South Korea to Increase by Five Times by 2030

South Korea plans to add 30.8 gigawatts of solar power generating capacity and 16.5 gigawatts of wind power capacity by 2030. South Korea plans to increase its solar power capacity by five times current amounts by 2030 to boost use of renewable sources in the nation’s energy mix, reuters news agency reported. Since President Moon […]

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