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    Featured Power News - February 7, 2023

    Seriti to build wind farm to power its coal mines
    Top thermal coal supplier to struggling state power utility Eskom, Seriti Resources, is investing in wind power in the latest move by industry to wean itself off a national grid plagued by power cuts. Seriti on Thursday, 2 February, said
    After two North Carolina substation attacks, some worry: Could it happen here?
    Feb. 5—GREENSBORO — Recent attacks on substations in two North Carolina counties have officials in the Triad and across the state calling for better protection of the power grid. Local communities are also turning their focus to emergency preparedness as
    Annette Ayres, News & Record, Greensboro, N.C.
    Fife windfarm seeks to extend operations for further five years
    Earlseat Wind Farm, on Standing Stane Road, has been part of the landscape since 2014, and has permission from Fife Council to operate until 2039. Now the company behind it wants to extend that permission for an extra five years
    Fleetwood Weekly News
    More than 90% of Austin has power — and those still without should know soon when it’ll be restored
    For the more than 36,000 Austin households and businesses still without power, the city's utility is expecting to provide estimates for restoration by late Sunday night. "I'm sorry for how long this is taking," Austin Energy General Manager Jackie Sargent
    Brad Allerton
    Clearway Energy Group - Black Rock Community Benefit Fund Grant Application Open for Area Nonprofits
    Elk Garden, W.Va. - Clearway Energy Group ('Clearway') announced that the Black Rock Community Benefit Fund is now accepting applications from qualified nonprofits for grant funding. Black Rock, a 115-megawatt wind farm in Grant and Mineral counties, is indirectly owned
    ENP Newswire
    Utility attacks have Triad officials examining optionsAfter two North Carolina substation attacks, some worry: Could it happen here?
    To sign up for emergency alerts from local officials, go online at: [External Link] "They're awesome," said Trey Davis, an assistant city manager who oversees public safety in Greensboro. "They give you real-time information. I hope that people really take advantage
    ANNETTE AYRESannette.ayres@greensboro.com
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    Featured Gas News - February 7, 2023

    Chesapeake Utilities Corporation Establishes RNG Injection Point in Florida
    Gate system enhancement enables alternative fuels into pipeline delivery system DOVER, Del., Feb. 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK) announces the establishment of a fuel injection point in Yulee, Florida, that enables the receipt of renewable natural
    PR Newswire
    PROBE: Why has the price of natural gas increased so much?
    Question: Why has the price of natural gas increased so much? As a resident of El Centro, I was charged $1.60 per term last month, and the current bill for January is $4.50 per term. Why has the price of
    Staff Writer
    Eskom targets five key priorities to ease load shedding
    EskomSource: Google Images Eskom board member, Mteto Nyati, says the power utility and its board is working intently on five key priorities to improve the performance of power stations and ease load shedding as swiftly as possible. He was speaking
    Cape Business News
    EU increased LNG purchases in 2022 to 134 billion cubic meters
    Baku/06.02.23//Turan: The EU increased purchases of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2022 to 134 bcm from 80 bcm in 2021, European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson stated at a press conference in Baku, which is shown on the website of
    Turan Information Agency
    The Biden administration's and the oil industry's claims that sanctioning Myanmar's gas sector would negatively affect Thailand's energy security are incorrect according to a new report by Earthrights International. Analysis by the non-governmental organisation (NGO) confirms that due to its
    Mizzima Business Weekly
    3rd LD: Explosion hits gas pipeline in Türkiye after earthquakes
    ANKARA, Feb. 6 (Xinhua) -- An explosion hit a gas pipeline in Türkiye's southern province of Hatay after two strong earthquakes jolted the country early Monday, Ihlas News Agency reported. Türkiye's state-owned energy company BOTAS announced that it has suspended
    Xinhua News Agency
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