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Ofgem approves $1.45bn UK-France subsea transmission link
By EBR Staff Writer
UK energy regulator Ofgem has approved the development of the proposed £1.1bn ($1.45bn) Aquind undersea and underground electricity cable between UK and France.
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TOPAs European Consortium launches first pilot buildings to reduce energy consumption
The TOPAs International consortium of academic and industrial partners, led by Motorola Solutions has recently completed connecting the first pilot buildings in a project aimed at reducing energy consumption.
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UK regulator shortlists five bidders for $302m Burbo Bank Extension transmission link
By EBR Staff Writer
UK energy regulator Ofgem has shortlisted five bidders to own and operate the $302m transmission link to the 258MW Burbo Bank Extension offshore wind project in the Bay of Liverpool.
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Tata Power, ICICI launch new platform to invest in Indian power projects
By EBR Staff Writer
Tata Power and ICICI Venture have launched a new platform company to invest in Indian power projects over the next two-three years.
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EOG Resources to acquire Yates Petroleum for $2.5bn
By EBR Staff Writer
US-based energy firm EOG Resources has signed agreements to acquire privately held Yates Petroleum for $2.5bn in a bid to significantly expand its footprint in Permian basin.
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UK approves electrical system development for 900MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm
By EBR Staff Writer
The UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has approved the development of electrical system for the proposed 900MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm.
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Bligh Bank Phase 2 substation set to be commissioned in Denmark
The Bligh Bank Phase 2 substation is now finalized and load-out took place at Bladt Industries’ production facilities in Aalborg, Denmark.
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Dong Energy disputes court ruling on Elsam’s abuse of dominant position
By EBR Staff Writer
Dong Energy has disputed a court ruling in favour of the Danish competition authorities' claims over Elsam’s abuse of its dominant position.
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Siemens helps Brazil reduce non-technical losses in power grid
As head of a consortium that includes Itron and Telemont, Siemens is supplying the Brazilian power utility company Eletrobras with smart grid solutions to reduce non-technical losses.
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Siemens, Omnetric Group test renewable energy technologies to support NREL’s Project INTEGRATE
Siemens and OMNETRIC Group have installed and tested new renewable software technology at Duke Energy to support the U.S. Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) Project INTEGRATE, an initiative developed to resolve the current limitations utilities face when integrating renewable energy sources into the grid.
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Westar Energy receives new Siemens mobile resilience transformers
Siemens has delivered three of its new mobile resilience transformers to Westar Energy, a energy company in Kansas.
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Litgrid seeks to optimize renewable energy management
Litgrid said that in 2015, renewable energy made up 16% of all electricity generated in the country.
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MME publishes new guidelines to avoid delays in electricity flow
Ministry of Mines and Energy, Brazil (MME) said that the next auction of new energy generation, alternative sources and stand by power can be realized under the new guidelines for evaluating flow capacity of the National Interconnected System (SIN), created with the aim of reducing the risk of delays in the flow electricity by mismatching between the works of generation and transmission.
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UK’s National Grid awards eight grid-scale battery storage contracts
By EBR Staff Writer
The UK's National Grid has selected bidders for the development of proposed 200MW Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR), following a tender round.
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Caithness-Moray project powering over 10,000 years of employment
SSE said that a study of the economic contribution made by the Caithness-Moray transmission project has found that it is supporting the equivalent of over 10,000 years of employment in the UK, around half of which are in Scotland.
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