Switzerland Invents 20 Million kWh . Water Battery
loading… This Swiss water battery project took a long time to complete because workers had to make tunnels first. PHOTO/ IST VIEUX – Switzerland succeeded in creating “ water battery ” with a capacity of 20 million kWh. Yes, of course not a portable battery that can be carried anywhere, but a power plant located […]
Japan Asks RI to Lift Coal Export Ban
Jakarta, CNN Indonesia — Ambassador Japan for Indonesia Kanasugi Kenji asks the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources to lift the export ban coal. Because, some power plants and Japanese manufacturers rely on coal imported from Indonesia. “Industry in Japan regularly imports coal from Indonesia for power generation and manufacturing (about 2 million tons per […]
USA promises to help Ukraine with energy resources
Photo: Ministry of Energy Galushchenko and Quinn – – Ukrainian nuclear power plants will provide American nuclear fuel, Queen promised. The United States promises to assist in ensuring the stability of energy supplies to Ukraine, in particular for nuclear energy. This was stated by the US Charge d’Affaires in Ukraine Christina Queen at a meeting […]
China Turns On Giant Power Plant, Blessing for RI?
Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – China has just completed the construction of the first ‘giant’ coal-based Steam Power Plant (PLTU) with a capacity of 1,000 Mega Watt (MW). Citing Reuters on Wednesday (12/29/2021), the plant operator, Guodian Power Shanghaimiao Corporation, a subsidiary of the state-run China Energy Investment Corporation, said on Tuesday that this generating technology […]
The European Union will probably classify nuclear energy among clean sources – ČT24 – Czech Television
The energy price crisis that Europe is now experiencing is also changing the way we look at its sources. Following pressure from France, Finland and even the Czech Republic, Brussels is moving towards recognizing nuclear energy as environmentally friendly. The Union does not want to be dependent on unreliable gas supplies abroad. “Renewables and nuclear […]
Government Will Early Retirement of 5.5 GW PLTU in 8 Years
Jakarta, CNN Indonesia — Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani said the government would soon retire the Steam Power Plant (PLTU) with a total capacity of 5.5 Gigawatts (GW). This coal-fired power plant will later be replaced with renewable energy that is more environmentally friendly. “Indonesia has identified that there are 5.5 GW of coal-fired power […]
Former director of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant Viktor Bryukhanov dies
Photo: facebook.com/ChornobylNPP Died Viktor Bryukhanov – – In the 85th year, the first director of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Viktor Bryukhanov, passed away. The former director of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Viktor Bryukhanov, who headed the station until 1986, has died. About it reported on the Facebook page of the Chernobyl nuclear power […]
Lebanon left without electricity – Korrespondent.net
Photo: Correspondent.net Two power plants in Lebanon stopped work due to fuel shortages – – Two of the country’s largest power plants have shut down. Companies are trying to resolve the situation. The problem is planned to be fixed within two days. All supplies of diesel fuel have been exhausted in Lebanon. The country was […]
Coal Prices are Exorbitantly Exorbitant, Beware of Dying PLN!
Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The price of coal is still exorbitantly high, although the price has dropped, it is still above US$ 200 per ton. This very high price makes coal entrepreneurs tend to be more export-oriented compared to meeting domestic needs, whose price is limited to a maximum of US$ 70 per ton. This […]
Coal Prices Skyrocketed to a Record High of USD 206.25, What are the Causes?
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Commodity prices coal break the record. In the ICE market in Newcastle (Australia), the price of coal reached US$ 206.25 per metric ton or soared 1.63 percent. Energy Economics observer at Gadjah Mada University, Fahmy Radhi, said that the position of this commodity price reached its highest level in the last decade. […]