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Prysmian Group to acquire General Cable in $3bn deal
By DBR Staff Writer
Italian cable manufacture Prysmian Group has agreed to acquire Kentucky-based General Cable in a $3bn deal.
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Keppel Seghers and Zhen Hua win $3.9bn contract to build waste management facility in Hong Kong
By CTBR Staff Writer
Keppel Infrastructure’s subsidiary Keppel Seghers and China Harbour Engineering’s subsidiary Zhen Hua have secured a HKD31bn ($3.9bn) contract to design, build and operate an integrated waste management facility (IWMF) off the coast of Shek Kwu Chau, Hong Kong.
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Engie, Red Eléctrica put into service 600km electricity interconnection in Chile
Engie's subsidiary, Transmisora Eléctrica del Norte (TEN) (50%) and Red Eléctrica Internacional (50%) have brought into service the first electricity interconnection between Mejillones (Antofagasta Region) and Cardones (Atacama Region) of 500 kilovolts of voltage and 600 kilometers in length.
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ESC begins open solicitation process for 1GW HVDC transmission line
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Empire State Connector (ESC) project has started an open solicitation for a 1GW high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line from Utica to Brooklyn.
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Ofgem selects preferred bidder for Dudgeon offshore wind farm’s transmission link
By CTBR Staff Writer
UK’s regulatory authority Ofgem has selected Transmission Capital Partners as the preferred bidder to own and operate the high-voltage transmission link to the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm.
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ARENA, TasNetworks to conduct feasibility study on interconnector across Bass Strait
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and TasNetworks are planning to work together on conducting a detailed feasibility and business case assessment for a second interconnector across the Bass Strait between Tasmania and the mainland grid.
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Nexans opens new high voltage test lab in Calais, France
By CTBR Staff Writer
French cable manufacturer Nexans has opened a new high voltage test laboratory at its Calais Center of Excellence.
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NIB offers $50m loan for expansion of transmission lines in Iceland
Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) has signed a ten-year loan deal with Iceland’s transmission system operator Landsnet Hf. to expand and strengthen the electricity network in the country.
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Elia commissions Stevin high voltage transmission line in Belgium
By CTBR Staff Writer
Belgian transmission operator Elia has commissioned the high voltage Stevin line, a 47km long, 385kV link between Zeebrugge and Zomergem.
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ABB, Volvo partner to deploy 450kW OppCharge system in Gothenburg’s electric buses
Heavy electricity equipment manufacturer ABB has partnered with Volvo Buses, Vasttrafik and Goteborg Energi to deploy its 450kW Opportunity Charging (OppCharge) system in the city of Gothenburg.
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World Bank to provide $98m loan to support India's solar power expansion
By CTBR Staff Writer
The World Bank has agreed to provide a loan of $98m and a grant of $2m to the Government of India for setting up large scale solar plants in the country.
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Black & Veatch introduces new electric utility pricing tool
Black & Veatch has introduced a patent-pending analytics tool that can accurately evaluates the utility ratemaking impacts of adding distributed power generation to the grid.
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MMT starts offshore geophysical survey for $1.45bn UK-France Interconnector project
By CTBR Staff Writer
Swedish marine surveying company MMT has started the offshore geophysical survey for the £1.1bn ($1.45bn) Aquind Interconnector project to be laid between the UK and France.
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Acciona secures contract to build two power transmission lines in Kenya
By CTBR Staff Writer
Spanish renewable energy company Acciona has been selected by HOMT España to design and build two high-tension power lines, totaling 177km, along with several substations in Kenya.
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ARENA to fund Horizon's project to trial distributed energy systems in Australia
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced that it will fund a new pilot project of Horizon Power to trial a distributed energy system in Western Australia.
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