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Ameren selects final route for 100-mile Mark Twain Transmission project
By CTBR Staff Writer
Ameren’s subsidiary Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois (ATXI) has selected the final route for the Mark Twain Transmission project, which is a 100-mile long transmission line capable of transmitting 345kV.
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EnSync Energy, DCfusion to showcase microgrid at Solar Power International
EnSync and DCfusion have designed and will manage smart energy microgrid marketplace on-site microgrid demonstration system.
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Sungrow's 1500V 125kW inverter receives UL 1741-SA Certification
Sungrow has received UL 1741-SA Certification for its 125kW inverter, the SG125HV before it is introduced in North America.
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Majority of energy to come from renewable sources by 2050, says DNV GL study
DNV GL has published its first Energy Transition Outlook (ETO): Renewables, Power and Energy Use, in which it estimates the increased the contribution of clean energy by 2050.
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TM4 launches Bi-directional charger inverter
TM4 has launched BCI20, a new Bi-directional charger inverter, to broaden its product portfolio.
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DeepOcean completes first phase loading of cables for Nemo Link
Amsterdam, the Netherlands-based subsea services provider DeepOcean has loaded its Maersk Connector vessel with 400kV high voltage direct current (HVDC) cables for Nemo Link.
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S&C Electric Canada to install microgrid at North Bay community energy park
By CTBR Staff Writer
S&C Electric Canada, a unit of the smart grid company S&C Electric, has partnered with North Bay Hydro to install a microgrid at North Bay community energy park.
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AEP Ohio collaborates with PUCO
AEP Ohio, a US-based electric utility company, has entered a settlement agreement with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) to execute its electric security plan (ESP).
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Power distribution networks could face revenue cuts for under-performance on connections, says Ofgem
UK's energy regulator Ofgem stated that British electricity distribution network operators (DNOs) could soon face revenue cuts following a review of how well they are dealing with new customers.
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Duke Energy to introduce smart meters in Kentucky
Duke Energy is preparing to launch smart meters in the US state of Kentucky by the end of this month, thus bringing new digital technology to its customers.
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Advisian, UpGrid partner to offer smart energy solutions
Advisian, the advisory arm of WorleyParsons and UpGrid have formed a partnership to bring comprehensive smart energy solutions in the US.
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ARENA, AEMO to test wind farm for power system stability in Australia
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and South Australia’s Hornsdale Stage 2 Wind Farm have partnered to test whether or not a wind farm can provide important power system stability services.
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ABB secures contract to upgrade Baltic Cable HVDC link, connecting Germany, Sweden
Swiss engineering conglomerate ABB has won a contract to upgrade the Baltic Cable high-voltage direct current (HVDC) link connecting the German and Swedish grids.
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Wood Group secures PPT contract for 1GW Fosen Vind project in Norway
Scottish energy services company Wood Group has received a power performance testing (PPT) contract from Statkraft for the 1GW Fosen Vind project, located in central Norway on the peninsula of Fosen, the island of Hitra and in Snillfjord.
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ABB to supply $30m grid stabilisation technology in Germany
Swiss heavy electrical equipment-maker ABB has secured an order to supply and install grid stabilisation technology for improved integration of renewable energy into the German grid.
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