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UK Plans More Power Capacity To Avoid Outages Next Winter
Oman Launches First Middle East Electricity Spot Market
Oman has formally launched an electricity spot market, the first in the Middle East, to increase the efficiency of power procurement, the state news agency said on Wednesday.
Fort McCoy Working with Energy Provider to Improve Electrical Grid
Workers and linemen with contractors and energy provider Xcel Energy have been working at Fort McCoy in January to upgrade the installation’s electrical system
Millions Left without Power After Huge Blackout Hits Central Asia
Major cities in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan hit by power outages after an ’emergency imbalance’ in a power grid.
LS Cable & System Completes Construction of Indonesian Power Cable Plant
LS Cable & System announced on Jan. 26 that the company has completed the construction of a power cable plant in Indonesia.
Entergy Mississippi to Embark on $14m Substation Modernization Project
Entergy Mississippi has begun work on a $14-million project aimed at improving reliability and modernizing transmission and substation infrastructure that serves customers in southwest Mississippi.
Nexans Supplies Cables for Enel Solar in Colombia
Over 390km of low and medium voltage wires were delivered to the 187MW La Loma project
Turkey Imposes Industry Blackouts Amid Gas Shortage
Power deliveries to Turkey's industry will be forcibly cut this week because of insufficient gas supply.
France Power Imports Fall in January
France kept its position of net power importer for the third consecutive month, despite being traditionally a net power exporter, but flows declined on the month.
Japan’s Power Demand Forecast to Fall Towards 2031-32
Japan's electricity demand is forecast to fall towards the April 2031-March 2032 fiscal year, following a steady recovery over 2021-24 from Covid-19-induced slumps.
Hitachi Energy to Provide Suez Grid Connection Solution
Hitachi Energy has signed an agreement with Vestas to deliver a grid integration solution to connect the 250 megawatt Gulf of Suez 1 wind farm in Egypt to the national power grid.
50Hertz and Tennet Partner to Integrate 4GW of Offshore Capacity Onto German Grid
Transmission system operators 50Hertz and Tennet have formed a new partnership that aims to deliver more renewable energy capacity generated offshore onto the grid for reliability and sustainability.
Hellenic Cables Picks up Dogger Bank C Array Gig
Production of cables for 1200MW project set to begin in 2023
India’s Power Consumption to Rebound “Strongly” in 2022: Fitch
It is projected to reach 1,431TWh by year-end from 1,271TWh in 2020.
How Germany can Cut Power Costs by 34%
Germany can achieve significant reductions in emissions and the cost of electricity by phasing out coal in 2030 but must have a clear plan to ramp up renewables and pivot to sustainable fuels in order to achieve net-zero
Fugro Surveys Energy Island Cable Routes
Marine contractor will perform a combination of geophys, geotech services and lab testing for Energinet
UK Power Prices Rise To One Month-High On Low Wind Generation
UK peak-hour power prices for Monday evening through 6 p.m. surged to the highest level in a month due to low wind power generation during the weekend.
Germany Consults on Grid Expansion Plans
For the first time the scenario framework is based on the climate neutrality planned for 2045
Renewable Energy to Meet Over 70 per cent of China’s Additional Power Needs in Next Three Years, Says IEA
Even as state subsidies are being phased out, the rapid growth of onshore wind and solar farm installations is expected to continue
South Australia Breaks Record by Running for a Week on Renewable Energy
South Australia sourced an average of just over 100 per cent of the electricity it needed from renewable power for 6½ days leading up to December 29 last year – a record for the state and perhaps for comparable energy grids around the world.
Oukitel Debuts Its First Ever Portable Power Station on Kickstarter
Oukitel may be best-known for its high-capacity and often rugged smartphones; now, it has made a leap into a fairly relevant product category with its new P2001.
ESB Networks to Read 1.75 million Smart Meters with Itron’s Temetra
Irish utility ESB Networks has selected Itron for the provision and installation of a smart meter data collection and management system.
New Transformer for Rennertshofen Substation
German utility LEW distribution network GmbH has delivered and installed a new 110/20 kV transformer at the Rennertshofen substation.
NIGERIA: NSIA Grants $24 million to Solar Power Naija Electrification Program
The Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority, the institution that manages Nigeria's sovereign wealth fund, is allocating $24 million in funding for renewable energy.
Prysmian to Work on First Middle East Subsea Transmission System
Prysmian has entered into a Limited Notice to Proceed for the supply of power cables for what is said to be the first-of-its-kind high-voltage, direct current subsea power transmission system in the Middle East.
Germany Confirms 2021-2035 Grid Plan
Two projects for offshore wind totalling 2GW will be networked with each other for the first time
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Jan De Nul and Samsung Secure HVDC Cable Installation Contract in UAE
How Germany can Cut Power Costs by 34%
Bulgaria's YTD Power Output Grows 17%, Consumption up 4%
Tekmar to Provide Cable Protection Systems for 257-MW Arcadis Ost 1
Sembcorp signs PPA to supply 625MW to India's Andhra Pradesh