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Concentric Power offers $100m financing for cogeneration and microgrid projects
Concentric Power has launched a new program to finance $100m in cogeneration and microgrid projects in the next two years.
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WAPA and Southline Transmission to develop 1GW transmission line in Southwest US
By CTBR Staff Writer
Western Area Power Administration's (WAPA) Desert Southwest Region and Southline Transmission have signed a participation agreement for the development of the 1GW Southline Transmission Project in Southwest US.
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PSEG Energy Solutions secures approval to operate in Maryland
PSEG Energy Solutions has received an approval to operate as a retail electricity supplier in the US state of Maryland.
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Vestas to acquire energy analytics company Utopus Insights
By CTBR Staff Writer
Danish wind energy company Vestas has agreed to acquire New York-based Utopus Insights, an energy analytics company, for $100m.
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WePower secures $40m funding for blockchain-based green energy trading
Blockchain-based green energy trading platform WePower raised $40m from 22,933 contributors during its initial coin offering (ICO).
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Engie acquires Brazilian energy efficiency company ACS
Engie has completed the acquisition of ACS, a Brazilian company specialized in the remote monitoring of energy consumption.
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Keppel signs MOU with Envision to develop clean energy solutions
Keppel Urban Solutions, a subsidiary of Keppel and Envision have signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to further the global push for new and clean energy, and smart cities.
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ABB tests 500MW Maritime Link interconnector in Canada
By CTBR Staff Writer
ABB announced that it has successfully tested the Maritime Link interconnector, a 500MW high voltage direct current (HVDC) connection in Canada.
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Nissan, Newcastle University to lead UK’s vehicle-to-grid technology trial
By CTBR Staff Writer
Nissan will collaborate with UK-based Newcastle University and others on a large-scale trial of vehicle-to-grid technology which will put to test 1,000 V2G electric vehicle (EV) chargers.
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ENGIE Insight to sell utility solutions division to CLEAResult
ENGIE Insight (formerly Ecova) has signed an agreement with CLEAResult to sell its utility solutions division for an undisclosed amount.
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EU grants €675m for interconnector projects
By CTBR Staff Writer
The European Commission has agreed to offer €675m for interconnector projects across the continent.
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AES, Mitsubishi start construction of 10MW grid-scale energy storage system in India
AES’s subsidiary AES India along with Mitsubishi have started the construction of India’s first utility-scale energy storage system of 10MW capacity that will serve the electric grid operated by Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (Tata Power-DDL).
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Northern Powergrid plans to invest £83m in smart grid programme
By CTBR Staff Writer
Northern Powergrid has announced an investment of £83m in a smart grid programme that is expected to help the region for rapid growth of electric vehicles, domestic heat pumps and renewable power.
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ABB, City of Davos partner to offer e-infrastructure for transportation
For this year’s annual World Economic Forum (January 23–26, 2018), the city of Davos and ABB have partnered in a long-term partnership to offer e-infrastructure for public and private transportation.
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ScottishPower completes £22m electricity network upgrade in Cuerdley
SP Energy Networks has completed the construction of a major new substation in Cuerdley at a cost of £22m.
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