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VINCI Energies to build overhead power transmission lines in Scotland
VINCI Energies has won a design-build contract for new power transmission infrastructure in Scotland via its Omexom brand and in a joint venture with the British Morgan Sindall firm.
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FERC approves Sempra’s $9.45bn acquisition of Oncor
By EBR Staff Writer
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved Sempra Energy's $9.45bn acquisition of Energy Future Holdings (EFH) and its ownership of around 80% in Oncor Electric Delivery Company.
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NextBridge selects Quanta to construct Ontario transmission line project
By EBR Staff Writer
Texas-based Quanta Services has been selected by NextBridge Infrastructure to construct the Ontario East-West Tie Line Project, a double-circuit, power transmission line in northwestern Ontario in Canada.
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Terna, Stanford University team up to drive energy transition forward
Terna is participating in the Bits&Watts research program, promoted by the Precourt Institute of Energy at Stanford University, to develop solutions for the decarboniation of the electricity sector.
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UK MMO approves 1GW UK-France electricity interconnector project
By EBR Staff Writer
The UK Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has issued a comprehensive decision for the 1000MW Interconnexion France-Angleterre (IFA2) link project.
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Siemens to deliver transformers for 2GW England-France HVDC link
By EBR Staff Writer
Siemens has bagged a contract to supply four transformers, each with a capacity of 400kV and 315MVA, for the 2,000MW high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) cross-channel transmission link between England and France.
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Fluor wins second contract to support power grid repair in Puerto Rico
Fluor has been awarded a second task order under its contract with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Huntsville (Alabama) Engineering Center to assist with the restoration and rebuilding of transmission and distribution lines in Puerto Rico.
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PJM board gives nod to $318m transmission projects
The PJM interconnection board has given its consent to $318m in electric transmission projects to ensure efficient and reliable power supplies for the 65 million people served by the utility.
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Emera seeks Presidential Permit for 1GW Atlantic Link subsea transmission project
By EBR Staff Writer
Emera subsidiary Clean Power Northeast Development is seeking Presidential Permit from the US Department of Energy for the development of 1GW Atlantic Link subsea electric transmission project.
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PG&E awards contracts for 165MW energy storage projects in California
By EBR Staff Writer
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has awarded contracts to six energy storage projects to be built in the US state of California with a combined capacity of 165MW.
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FirstEnergy plans to invest $450m to upgrade electric system in Ohio
By EBR Staff Writer
FirstEnergy is planning to redesign and modernize the electric system as well as prepare for smart technologies with an investment of $450m in Ohio, US.
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NB Power to invest up to $234m in energy efficiency
NB Power has announced its intentions to invest up to $234m in energy efficiency programs for homes, businesses and public spaces in New Brunswick over the next five years.
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Commonly used batteries to store power
By EBR Staff Writer
Battery storage prices are falling at faster rate, similar to the sliding solar prices. According to McKinsey, the storage prices have come down to $230 per kilowatt-hour in 2016 from $1,000 per kilowatt-hour in 2010. With drop in cost, battery storage is fast emerging as a disruptive force in the energy market. Battery storage is no longer serving only as a grid balancing technology, rather it has emerged as a viable technology to replace conventional power generation, to ensure reliability and grid integration.
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Alpiq and partners complete SoloGrid flagship project in Riedholz
Alpiq, AEK, Adaptricity and Landis+Gyr have completed their joint flagship project of SoloGrid, located in the municipality of Riedholz in the Swiss canton of Solothurn.
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TEN commissions electricity interconnection project in Chile
Transmisora Electrica del Norte (TEN), a subsidiary of ENGIE (50%) and Red Electrica Internacional (50%) put into service the first electricity interconnection between Mejillones (Antofagasta Region) and Cardones (Atacama Region) of 500kilovolts of voltage and 600km in length.
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