Power Engineering Newsletter | December 7, 2012

POWER-GEN International keynote speakers to discuss "The Challenge Ahead"
Speakers with Babcock & Wilcox, FERC, Tampa Electric and GE Power & Water will discuss the issues that the power generation industry will have to go up against now and in the future.
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Weekly Video Wrap Up
  • NRC accused of hiding nuclear power plants' flood risk
  • Exelon completes sale of 2,648 MW of coal-fired capacity in Maryland
  • NRG Energy cancels plans for 800 MW coal-fired unit in Texas
  • NextEra Energy Resources purchases 165 MW Kansas wind project
  • Natural gas, renewables continue growth in U.S. power generation
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    NRC accused of negligence, excessive secrecy over nuclear power plant flood risk
    Whistleblowers say NRC is hiding flood risk at 20 power plants.
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    EIA: Natural gas, renewables to continue upward movement
    Cost declines, low gas prices expected to help push in growth.
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    Exelon completes sale of Maryland coal-fired power plants
    Sale was part of merger agreement with Constellation.
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    NRG ends plans for coal-fired power plant
    Company cites "abundance" of natural gas as reason to cancel plans.
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    In Case You Missed It
    Siemens Canada signs wind O&M extensions
    Oyster Creek nuclear power plant back to full power
    Natural gas-fired power plant in North Carolina begins operations
    Silicon Valley natural gas-fired power plant starts operations
    First Solar to supply solar modules to China
    CH2M Hill names president of Energy & Chemicals Business Group
    DLL to finance $52.5mn in SunEdison solar projects
    Survey: Mismanagement seen at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant
    Chinese firm fined for breaching export restrictions to Pakistan
    Dominion restarts Surry 2 nuclear reactor
    Kansas wind energy farm gains $247mn investment
    Oyster Creek nuclear power plant comes back online
    NextEra Energy Resources purchases Kansas wind farm
    Yingli Green Energy supplies solar modules to Caribbean project
    Canadian solar industry decries nuclear "misinformation" campaign
    MetalTek acquires SMCI
    Miller named Vice President of Dominion East Ohio
    Hunterston B nuclear plant life extended seven years
    October FERC numbers reveal continued rise in renewable generation
    EPA nears release of NAAQS PM2.5
    Enel and EDF end nuclear power cooperation on EPR projects in France
    Babcock & Wilcox's mPower nuclear control room simulator up and running
    MET acquires Buell APC
    For next generation nuclear, some look to the past to build for the future
    Six new nuclear plants approved in India
    ABB launches Clean Air Initiative
    Xcel Energy coal-fired power plant enters regional haze debate
    UK launches council to improve nuclear supply chain, announces new jobs at Sellafield

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    Rogers announcement is part of settlement with the NCUC.
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    Duke files settlement regarding leadership change during merger
    Personnel changes, cost savings part of settlement after Progress merger.
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    Foster Wheeler acquires EPC company
    Canada-based engineering company employs 450 workers.
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