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Two Major Grids' Profits See High-Voltage Rebound
Profits at China's two major power grid operators have witnessed a sharp rebound during the first quarter, thanks to the domestic economic recovery, and the tre…
Substation Investment in Kenya Pays off for Growing Customer Base
Kenya’s electricity distribution utility, Kenya Power, has added another substation to its growing network.
Taiwan’s Power Outage Highlights Grid Vulnerability
Many parts of Taiwan were put on a rotational blackout this afternoon because of insufficient electricity supply after a coal-fired power plant in the south of …
Siemens Energy Awarded Grid Stability Contracts
Siemens Energy has been awarded three contracts from ESB, Ireland’s leading energy company, to provide state-of-the-art Static Compensator technology to manage…
Worst Brazil Drought in 20 Years to up Pressure on Power Grid
Brazil's worst drought in two decades will force the country to depend more heavily on costly thermal power plants to compensate for reduced hydroelectric gener…
EGYPT-LIBYA: Towards Increasing Electricity Exchanges Between the Two Countries
The Egyptian government is considering increasing its electricity exports to neighbouring Libya.
NKT Invests €150m to Expand Cable Production
New facilities include a test centre in Cologne, Germany, and extrusion tower in Karlskrona, Sweden
Nuclear Power Plant
First Unit of Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant Connected to Power Grid
The first unit of the Belarusian nuclear power plant has been reconnected to the power grid.
South West England’s Grid Goes 100% Green Over the Weekend
South West England’s electricity grid became 100% green at times over the past weekend, thanks to nuclear power contributions from Hinkley Point B and strong s…
Hitachi ABB Power Grids Supports Iberdrola’s Efforts Towards Carbon-Neutrality
Hitachi ABB Power Grids has been contracted to install Spain’s first eco-efficient EconiQTM high-voltage breakers as part of a substation refurbishment in the …
SLPE Win Hollandse Kust Noord Transformer Contract
London-based engineering firm Sea & Land Project Engineering have been awarded a contract for the detailed design of the Hollandse Kust Noord offshore transform…
EGYPT: Cairo Wants to Export Its Renewable Energy to Iraq Via Jordan
The Egyptian government is studying the possibility of exporting some of its electricity to Iraq.
Eramet Norway to Support Grid Stabilisation in Norway
Through the collaboration between Vattenfall, Sympower and Statnett, ferro-alloy company, Eramet Norway, has gained access to FFR from May - October 2021.
Mozambique: 400,000 Households to be Linked to Electricity Grid
The government in Mozambique has mobilised $280 million to implement its Energy for All programme that will see 400 000 households be linked to the electricity …
Siemens Energy to Rebuild Mosul Super Grid Destroyed in 2014
The planned grid station will help supply power to nearly 700,000 people in northern Iraq