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US BOEM offers ROW grant for Block Island Transmission System By CTBR Staff Writer
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has offered a right-of-way (ROW) grant to Deepwater Wind for a transmission cable system at the company’s 30MW Block Island offshore wind farm in Rhode Island, the US.
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TenneT and Siemens start trial run of 800MW BorWin2 HVDC offshore platform By CTBR Staff Writer
TenneT and Siemens have started the trial run of the 800MW BorWin2 high-voltage direct current (HVDC) offshore platform in the German North Sea.
Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News World Bank to provide $500m loan to improve energy efficiency in Vietnam By CTBR Staff Writer
The World Bank has agreed to provide $500m loan to support Vietnam’s energy sector and improve efficiency.
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UK’s National Grid secures £1.5bn loan from European Investment Bank
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National Grid has secured a £1.5bn loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to fund electricity infrastructure projects throughout the UK.
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DNV GL and Grontmij to support TenneT in improving Dutch grid
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A consortium of DNV GL and Grontmij has signed a €39m framework agreement to support TenneT in the further development of the high-voltage grid in the Netherlands.
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ABB commissions HVDC station to enhance Michigan grid stability
By CTBR Staff Writer
Swiss power technology firm ABB has commissioned a 200MW HVDC Light station that will improve grid stability and integrate more wind energy in the US state of Michigan.
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ABB to install transmission cable system for Butendiek offshore wind farm
By CTBR Staff Writer
ABB has secured a contract from the Dutch-German transmission grid operator TenneT to provide a subsea alternating current (AC) power transmission cable system for the 288MW Butendiek offshore wind farm in the German North Sea.
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Ofgem unveils funding proposals for Caithness Moray transmission project
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UK energy regulator Ofgem has unveiled proposals to allow £1.1bn funding for a new subsea link in the north of Scotland.
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Siemens and Mortenson consortium wins $709m HVDC contract in Canada
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A consortium of Siemens and Mortenson Construction has secured a contract worth over C$800m ($709m) to support the 2.3GW Bipole III high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) transmission project in Canada.
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Norway approves two new electricity interconnectors to Germany and UK
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Statnett has secured approval from the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to build two new electricity interconnectors to Germany and the UK.
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Suzlon plans to construct 2,000MW wind projects in Indian state
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Suzlon Group is planning to construct 2,000MW of new wind energy projects in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh (MP) over the next five years.
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ABB secures $30m contract to improve Bangladesh power grid
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Switzerland-based ABB has secured a contract worth about $30m from Power Grid Company of Bangladesh (PGCB) to deliver four new substations and help expand six others.
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Four companies propose $8bn green energy initiative for Los Angeles
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Pathfinder Renewable Wind Energy, Magnum Energy, Dresser-Rand and Duke-American Transmission have jointly proposed a $8bn green energy initiative for Los Angeles, US.
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