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RES secures Walney 1 operations and maintenance contract
Renewable Energy Systems (RES) has won a five year contract to offer operations and maintenance services for the offshore transmission assets at the 183.6MW Walney 1 offshore wind farm off the Cumbria coast.
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GB Energy Supply stops trading due to increase in energy prices
GB Energy Supply has stopped trading, citing significant increases in energy prices over recent months.
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ARENA, ISF to trial solar-storage-smart inverter on 150 Australian homes
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is supporting the Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) trial as part of its efforts to speed up the country's transition to an energy system powered by renewables.
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ABB secures orders to protect critical power grid assets in US
ABB has secured orders from three US utilities for its AssetShield solution to supply hardened and bullet resistant transformers, and support the protection of critical grid assets.
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Siemens partners with US startup LO3 Energy on blockchain microgrids
Siemens has collaborated with New York startup LO3 Energy to jointly develop microgrids that allow local energy trading based on blockchain technology.
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US DOE approves permit for Minnesota Power transmission line
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has issued a Presidential Permit, giving federal approval for Minnesota Power's plan to bring electricity into Minnesota from Canadian hydroelectric dams.
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Itron to supply 4.6 million smart meters for second phase of Linky program in France
French electricity distribution network operator Enedis has selected Itron as a key supplier of 4.6 million G3 Linky smart meters for the second phase of the program, which will start in early 2017 and will run through 2018.
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lemants, Jan De Nul win contract to build foundations for Kriegers Flak substations
A joint venture of lemants and Jan De Nul has secured a contract to deliver the two gravity based foundations, which will be built near the 600MW Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm in the Danish Baltic Sea.
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SSEN invests £150m to strengthen electricity networks in north of Scotland and central southern England
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has invested £150m to bolster its electricity networks in north of Scotland and central southern England.
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ABB to provide power equipment to Chinese UHVDC transmission link
ABB has secured a contract worth over $40m to deliver power equipment to the 800kV Dianxibei-Guangdong transmission link, which will bring hydro power from Yunnan province in southwestern China to the Pearl River Delta region.
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EBRD finances infrastructure investments by CEZ Razpredelenie Bulgaria
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is financing infrastructure investments by CEZ Razpredelenie Bulgaria, a private listed utility which delivers electricity distribution services to more than two million customers in western and north-western parts of the country.
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GE to supply HVDC converter stations for 720 mile transmission project in US
GE Energy Connections has been selected by Clean Line Energy to supply HVDC converter stations for the 720 mile Plains & Extension Clean Line transmission project being built at a cost of $2.5bn in the US.
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USDA offers $3.6bn for 82 electric projects in 31 states
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has agreed to provide $3.6bn in loans for 82 projects in 31 states to increase reliability of rural electric utility systems.
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UK plans for more charging stations to encourage low emission vehicles
The UK Government has proposed measures to make electric vehicle chargepoints more widely available for motorists.
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Invenergy proposes to build 700MW renewable energy project in Long Island, US
Invenergy unveiled a proposal to develop a 700MW renewable energy project, dubbed Clean Energy Link, to deliver power to the Long Island region of New York, US.
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