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Jordan, Areva ink nuclear deal AMMAN, Oct. 2 (Xinhua) -- Jordan has signed in French capital Paris an agreement with French energy giant Areva on uranium exploration and mining, official news agency Petra reported Thursday.
By Tim Mekeel PPL Corp. keeps propping open the window of opportunity to build a new nuclear plant. The firm has started to apply to the U.S. Department of Energy for a federal loan guarantee, which the company would use to secure financing for plant construction.
Areva and Duke Energy have announced the formation of Adage, a joint venture dedicated to the development of green biopower energy solutions for US electricity customers. Adage will facilitate the development of biopower plants that will use wood waste to produce electricity.
NEW YORK, Sept. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- AREVA and Duke Energy announced today the formation of ADAGE(TM), an innovative joint venture dedicated to the development of green biopower energy solutions for U.S. electricity customers.
By Indrani Bagchi NEW DELHI: With the nuclear deal squeezing past the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), India can finally make some realistic projections about the use of nuclear power in its energy mix.
Areva and Shanghai Electric have signed a new partnership agreement complementing the existing joint venture between the two companies, which already comprises a 50-50 owned power transformer factory located in Shanghai.
By Anonymous Utility Refueling Outage Constellation Energy's Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station in Oswego, N.Y. completed its scheduled Unit 2 refueling outage at 1:43 a.m., April 17, 2008. The refueling outage duration was 27 days.
By Anonymous French energy firm Areva says it plans to have an environmental impact statement filed with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission by October for its proposed $2 billion Eagle Rock uranium enrichment plant outside Idaho Falls.
By Christopher, Tom 1. How do you foresee the stability of the electrical generation industry in terms of consumer's price in the next five years? I had a really interesting analysis shown to me a couple of months ago.
French power engineering major Areva, through its subsidiary Areva Koblitz, has been awarded a contract worth over E33 million by Tractebel Energia, to design and build a power plant fueled by sugarcane bagasse in Pitangueiras, in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo.
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