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Hellenic Cables to Deliver Seagreen Inter-Array Lines
Seaway 7 has selected Hellenic Cables to deliver inter-array cables for the Seagreen offshore wind farm in Scotland.
Long Recovery Ahead for India's Power Generation
The relaxation of lockdowns failed to drive power demand.
Critical Grid Reforms for Battery Power Delayed
The power supply industry will get only an extra three months to prepare for the major overhaul of IT systems required to move to a five-minute settlement in th
GE's Grid Solutions To Digitize Oman's Electricity Grid
GE's Grid Solutions established a National Condition Monitoring Center integrated with OETC's operations, to prioritize maintenance strategy for six key 400 kV
AEP Energy Signs Power Purchase Agreement with CIP Affiliate
US-based American Electric Power subsidiary AEP Energy has signed a 400MW power purchase agreement (PPA) with a Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners affiliate.
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Srpska Adopts New Law on Electricity in Line with EU's Third Energy Package
The National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska has adopted a new law on electricity.
Hitachi Absorbs ABB Power Grids in New $10B Joint Venture
Hitachi on July 1 commandeered a majority share of ABB’s lucrative Power Grids business and officially launched a joint venture company—Hitachi ABB Power Grid
Linxon Wins $80mn Order For Substation Project In Iraq
The delivery includes all needed equipment as well as design, civil construction works, installation and commissioning.
Prysmian to Supply Cable System for SuedLink Corridor in Germany
Prysmian Group has secured contracts worth more than €800m from German transmission grid operators TransnetBW and TenneT to supply underground cable systems fo
Nigeria: Electricity Tariff Increase to Take Effect on 1 July
Electricity distribution companies in Nigeria have announced that a new electricity tariff increase will be rolled-out with effect from 1 July 2020.
China's Power Demand to Remain Flat in 2020
Power consumption fell 6.5% in Q1, but growth has recovered recently.
Sudan Looks to Reduce Load Shedding with 1,100 MW of New Power Plants
Sudan is facing a wave of load shedding due to the lack of maintenance of its power plants, induced by the mobility restrictions currently in force.
UK Grid Balancing Costs Deferred
The UK energy regulator Ofgem has agreed to the deferral of extra grid balancing costs arising from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bulgaria's 300,000 Firms to Leave Regulated Power Market Amid Liberalization
As of October 1, about 300,000 companies in Bulgaria will have an obligation to choose an electricity supplier.
LS Cable & System Sends First Offshore Wind Cables to Taiwan
South Korean cable manufacturer LS Cable & System has shipped off the first batch of submarine power cables for the Yunlin offshore wind farm in Taiwan.
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Australia Approves Expenditure for Largest Interconnector Project
Canada Invests Over $960 Million in Grid Modernization, Renewable Energy Projects
Lubbock Power & Light Completes Weekend Work Switching to ERCOT Grid
South Africa: Embedded Generation Threshold to Increase to 100MW
Energy Secretary Says Adversaries have Capability of Shutting Down US Power Grid
Siemens Energy and Mitsubishi Electric Partner on New High-Voltage Switching Solutions