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Ofgem expands price protection to 1 million more vulnerable households this winter
Ofgem said around 1 million households will save £120 a year on average when it extends its prepayment safeguard tariff for more vulnerable people this winter.
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Eon and Enel trade electricity using blockchain technology for first time
By CTBR Staff Writer
German electric utility company E.ON and Italian energy firm Enel have traded electricity over a new market place, which uses blockchain technology.
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TenneT conducts roofing ceremony for NordLink converter building in Germany
German and Dutch transmission operator TenneT has conducted roofing ceremony for its NordLink converter building at the Wilster construction site in Germany.
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DNV GL opens upgraded KEMA High-Power Laboratory in Netherlands
By CTBR Staff Writer
Testing and certification company DNV GL has opened its expanded and upgraded KEMA High Power Laboratory (HPV), a ultra-high voltage (UHV) testing facility, in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
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Siemens introduces new direct current transmission system
By CTBR Staff Writer
Siemens has introduced a new direct current transmission system for medium-voltage AC grids from 30kV to 150kV.
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Northern Powergrid installs 2.5MW battery system in Darlington
By CTBR Staff Writer
Northern Powergrid has installed £4m battery storage unit to support the UK's National Grid by maintaining the electricity network at a stable frequency.
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Dong Energy changes name to Orsted
After the recent divestment from upstream oil and gas production, Dong Energy has proposed to change its name to Orsted, instead.
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Iberdrola completes installation of 10 million smart meters in Spain
Iberdrola Distribucion has completed the installation of more than 10 million digital meters and the infrastructure that supports them has been adapted to a smart grid and it translates that the company has modernised 95% of all its meters in Spain.
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GE to upgrade electricity grid in Norway’s capital, Oslo
By CTBR Staff Writer
GE has agreed to upgrade main power grid in Oslo and Akershus in Norway to boost electricity capacity and security.
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ADB, AIIB to co-finance grid stabilization project in India
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) have partnered to provide co-financing for a grid stabilization project in India.
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New program from Consumers Energy helps businesses use 100% green energy in Michigan
Public utility in Michigan, Consumers Energy has started a new programme to help large businesses to be powered 100% from renewable energy.
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ABB to acquire GE Industrial Solutions in $2.6bn deal
By CTBR Staff Writer
Swiss electrical equipment manufacturer ABB has agreed to acquire GE’s Industrial Solutions in a deal worth $2.6bn.
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JCP&L completes trimming of trees along 2500 miles of power lines to improve system reliability
Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) has completed the trimming of trees in 50 municipalities this month, along 2500 miles of power lines, as part of its $34m vegetation management program.
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South-West Interconnector becomes fully operational in Germany
By CTBR Staff Writer
South-West Interconnector, the Thuringian Power Bridge connecting Bad Lauchstädt (Saxony-Anhalt) via Erfurt-Vieselbach and Altenfeld (Thuringia) to Redwitz (Bavaria) in Germany, is now fully operational.
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ABB to supply string inverters for two solar projects in Chile
By CTBR Staff Writer
Swiss electrical engineering company ABB has been selected by Solke Group to supply its string inverters for two new solar plants in Chile with an output of 12MW.
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