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Reliance Infrastructure Ltd appoints Lalit Jalan as Acting Chief Executive Officer Reliance Infrastructure Limited (RInfra) has appointed Shri Lalit Jalan as the as Acting Chief Executive Officer (Acting CEO) of the Company with effect from January 1, 2016. Shri Jalan had earlier held the portfolio of CEO for over seven years. He will take over as Acting CEO from Shri M S Mehta who is leaving the Company due to personal reasons.
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Gamesa wins order for a 130MW Mexican wind farm Gamesa has bagged a construction order of a 130MW wind farm, La Bufa, in the state of Zacatecas, Central Mexico.
Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News Southern Power commences operation of Oklahoma wind project Southern Power, a subsidiary of the Atlanta-based Southern Company, has announced that its first wind project in Kay County, Oklahoma, US has commenced its operations.
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Trina Solar receives non-binding buyout offer
US-listed China firm Trina Solar Limited has received a buyout offer from a group that includes its chief executive officer.
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UK concludes power auction for 2019-2020
The UK government has concluded the second capacity market auction by securing the additional capacity required for 2019-2020 at a lower price than last year.
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Duke Energy board elects Lynn Good as board chairman
Duke Energy's board of directors has unanimously elected Duke Energy president, CEO and vice chairman Lynn Good as its new board chairman, effective Jan. 1, 2016.
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SFCE Signs Strategic Cooperation Agreement with CGN European Energy
Just a week ahead of the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference (COP 21), Shunfeng International Clean Energy Limited announced the signing of a strategic cooperation agreement in Paris with CGN European Energy, a subsidiary of the China General Nuclear Power Group.
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AETI Names Energy Industry Veteran Bill Brod as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
American Electric Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of power delivery solutions for the global energy industry announced that Bill Brod has joined the company as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
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Enel: Results As Of September 30th, 2015 - Net Ordinary Income Up 42%; Growth In Latam And In Renewables
Enel announces that Ordinary EBITDA up 3.7% due to broad growth in all geographies except Italy; the increase includes the impact of the partial reversal of the provision for charges for nuclear waste disposal following changes in Slovakian legislation governing that activity.
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Strong finish for fiscal 2015: Siemens
Siemens has met its guidance for fiscal 2015 as planned and announced an ambitious outlook for fiscal 2016. In fiscal 2015, orders climbed six percent to €82.3 billion. Revenue was also up six percent to €75.6 billion. Excluding currency translation and portfolio effects, orders and revenue were both down one percent, roughly at the prior-year level.
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Exelon Announces Third Quarter 2015 Results
By Özden Engin Çakici
Exelon Corporation announced third quarter 2015 consolidated earnings.
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ETI appoints Cambridge Consultants to lead a project to develop an advanced Home Energy Management System
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has appointed product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants to lead its Home Energy Management System (HEMS) project. This £4.9million project aims to accelerate the development of an advanced customer-orientated HEMS which has mass market appeal.
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