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  • June 1, 2023
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U.S. – Based Last Energy, Secures PPA’s for 34 PWR-20 SMR’s

Last Energy, a U.S.-based commercial developer of nuclear power plants, recently secured power purchase agreements for 34 PWR-20 small modular reactor units with four industrial partners in the UK and Poland. The deal is estimated to be worth $18.9B in power sales, and marks “the largest pipeline of new nuclear power plants under development in […]

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  • May 30, 2023
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Climate Goals Jeopardized by China’s Coal-Fired Increases

In September of 2021 China suffered a wave of blackouts due to coal supply shortages, cutting off electricity to thousands of homes and factories. In 2022, a long drought caused a dramatic drop in hydropower production resulting in rationing of electricity in China. And now in 2023 they have rescinded their zero-COVID policy and are […]

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  • May 22, 2023
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Proxima Solar Farm – Backdrop for Gov. Newsome’s CEQA-reform

California Governor, Gavin Newsome, recently visited the future site of the Proxima Solar Farm in Stanislaus County, where GTTSi consultant Phillip Hernandez works as Construction & Commissioning Manager.  This 1,600-acre site broke ground in August 2022 and is expected to be operational as early as December 2023. Once online it can generate up to 210 […]

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  • May 22, 2023
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U.S. – Based Last Energy Secures PPA’s for 34 PWR-20 SMR’s

Last Energy, a U.S.-based commercial developer of nuclear power plants, recently secured power purchase agreements for 34 PWR-20 small modular reactor units with four industrial partners in the UK and Poland. The deal is estimated to be worth $18.9B in power sales, and if so, marks the largest pipeline of new nuclear power plants under […]

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  • May 15, 2023
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Can Europe Embrace Nuclear Power Plants Again?

Just as in the U.S. many Europeans consider nuclear power as a clean energy source. Some are going so far as to include it as a “green energy” source. France is Europe’s leading country in support of nuclear power; and they are now considering a law to speed up construction for new reactors. In pursuit […]

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  • May 11, 2023
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GTTSi Employee – Geoffrey Tobias

Meet GTTSi employee, Geoffrey Tobias. He has 40+ years of expertise in planning, management of maintenance activities in electrical distribution, power generation operations, and nuclear operations. His expertise extends from planning through delivery, defining workplace hazards, organizing and coordinating projects, monitoring safety, assisting project construction personnel, and material procurement. Geoffrey is currently on an assignment […]

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  • May 10, 2023
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Another Major Milestone Completed at Plant Vogtle

Another major milestone has been accomplished at Plant Vogtle. The Hot Functional Testing for Vogtle Unit 4 is completed. Once all the construction documentation has been reviewed and approved by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, fuel loading at Vogtle Unit 4 can begin. Southern Company expects NRC approval sometime between July and October; therefore, they are […]

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  • May 9, 2023
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Smart Meters Have Revolutionized Utility Operations

The emergence of electric, gas, and water smart meters has revolutionized today’s utility operations. With the advancements in smart meters, sensors, control systems, and communication components, utility systems can be monitored in real-time. These dynamic values are used to  promote efficient use of electricity, gas, and water by reflecting variations in demand, availability, and delivery […]

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  • May 1, 2023
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Deregulation Lets Down the Consumer – Once Again

PPL Corporation is an energy company that is headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania. It was originally founded as Pennsylvania Power & Light on June 4, 1920, following a merger of eight utility companies but 2023 is giving PPL’s customers a rough start. Electric bills have been much higher than normal.  When looking closer into the reasons […]

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  • April 25, 2023
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EPA Targets Our Nation’s Fossil Fueled Power Plants

The EPA is getting ready to propose regulations on the control of carbon emissions from our nation’s electric power plants.  If this proposal becomes regulation, it will be the first time they have limited carbon emissions from our power plants, which they claim is responsible for 25% of our greenhouse gas emissions. If implemented almost […]

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