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Hurricane Irma Threatens Florida's Power Infrastructure, Terminals

Hurricane Irma hit Florida on Sunday, leaving a path of a path of destruction that could involve years of recovery. Industrial Info is tracking more…

Hurricane Irma | Florida | Power | Terminals | Jacksonville | Santo Domingo

Industrial Info

Mon Sep 11 2017

EIA: Power Plant Construction Costs Fell from 2013 to 2015

Construction costs for most power plant types fell from 2013 to 2015, based on survey data for utility-scale electric generators (those with a capacity greater…

Power | Construction | Power Construction | Natural Gas

Industrial Info

Thu Jul 06 2017

U.S. Gears Up for $2.4 Billion in Maintenance in Third-Quarter 2017

Industrial Info is tracking more than $2.4 billion of maintenance projects set to kick off in the U.S. during the third quarter of…

Maintenance | Chemical Processing | Power | Industrial Manufacturing

Industrial Info

Tue Jun 13 2017

Industrial Info to Present Webinar on Global Power Generation Project Spending

Industrial Info Resources is pleased to be presenting a complimentary online webinar focusing on global spending in the Power Industry. The webinar will be held…

Power | Electric Power | Live Event | Webinar | Power Generation

Industrial Info

Mon Jun 12 2017

Hawaii Sets Sights on 100% Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard

Hawaii was the first state to set a 100% renewable energy portfolio standard (RPS) after House Bill 623 was passed in 2015. The goal is…

Renewable Energy | Power | Hawaii

Mackenzie

Wed May 24 2017

Hurricane Irma Threatens Florida's Power Infrastructure, Terminals

Hurricane Irma hit Florida on Sunday, leaving a path of a path of destruction that could involve years of recovery. Industrial Info is tracking more than 1,200 industrial plants and more than $27 billion in active projects in Florida that could be affected. "The storm has the potential to affect every power plant in the state," said »

EIA: Power Plant Construction Costs Fell from 2013 to 2015

Construction costs for most power plant types fell from 2013 to 2015, based on survey data for utility-scale electric generators (those with a capacity greater than one megawatt) built in that period, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). In 2015, wind, natural gas and solar were the most commonly added capacity types, according to the EIA, adding »

U.S. Gears Up for $2.4 Billion in Maintenance in Third-Quarter 2017

Industrial Info is tracking more than $2.4 billion of maintenance projects set to kick off in the U.S. during the third quarter of this year. This compares to $3 billion in the second quarter. The Chemical Processing Industry, with more than $500 million in planned turnarounds, leads other industries in terms of value. This is followed by the »

Industrial Info to Present Webinar on Global Power Generation Project Spending

Industrial Info Resources is pleased to be presenting a complimentary online webinar focusing on global spending in the Power Industry. The webinar will be held June 15 at 9 a.m. CDT (10 a.m. EDT). Industrial Info is tracking more than $6.3 trillion in active Power Generation projects throughout the world. The Power Industry continues to demonstrate some »

Hawaii Sets Sights on 100% Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard

Hawaii was the first state to set a 100% renewable energy portfolio standard (RPS) after House Bill 623 was passed in 2015. The goal is for the state to be fully powered with renewable energy by 2045, and it is well on the way at 22%. The Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative (HCEI) is a framework of statutes and regulations signed »