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Flexible DC Power Grid to Boost Clean Energy Supply for Winter Olympic
A flexible direct current power grid recently developed in China's Hebei Province will play a major role in clean the energy supply for the Beijing 2022 Winter
Power Distribution Arm of REC Orders Cancellation of Contract to Dongfang Electric India
Power distribution arm of REC Ltd, RECPDCL, has directed cancellation of an order to Dongfang Electric India, the Indian unit of the Chinese power equipment mak
Arcadis Ost 1 Offshore Substation Starts Taking Shape
Construction of the upper part of the Arcadis Ost 1 offshore substation has now begun at the former Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, Elia Group said.
China's State Grid Commissions 1,600km Power Line
It will deliver up to 40TWh/year from Qinghai to Henan province.
Iraq and Iran to Sign New Electricity Contracts and Re-open Border-Crossings
Iranian minister of energy, Reza Ardakanian, announced that Tehran and Baghdad have reached an agreement, over two contracts to develop and improve the electric
EGYPT: Schneider Electric to Upgrade Power Grid with Digital Technology
The French industrial group Schneider Electric has been chosen by the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company for the construction of four control centres for the
Ofgem Conditionally Approves 600MW Shetland Transmission Link
The UK’s energy regulator Ofgem has conditionally approved a subsea transmission link between the Shetland Islands and the mainland of Great Britain.
TfL Eyes Renewables PPAs to Power Rail Network
Renewables could power Transport for London’s rail services as it explores the possibility of forming Power Purchase Agreements.
Greenlink Interconnector Wins First Consent
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has awarded the proposed 500MW Ireland-Wales Greenlink Interconnector the first of several consents.
Britain's National Grid Starts Construction on UK-Denmark Electricity Link
Britain's National Grid said on Monday it had started construction on Viking Link, an electricity interconnector between Britain and Denmark.
Statkraft to Install GE Rotating Stabilizers in Grid-Stabilization Project in Scotland
Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy, has agreed to a deal to help further decarbonize the UK’s power sector and deliver a new approach t
TSMC Signs Power Purchase Agreement with Ørsted in Taiwan
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has signed a corporate power purchase agreement with Danish renewable energy company Ørsted.
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
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