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    Power News - June 29

    There are 102 news articles for this date.

    T&D Automation

    Millions of Ohioans facing home gas and electric rate hikes
    Public utility companies have asked state regulators for permission to raise home gas, electric and water costs on more than 2.75 million Ohio customers. Those charges could be spread between customers of Columbia Gas, AES Ohio, Duke Energy, and Aqua
    Ohio Capital Journal
    Schneider Electric Announces New Dedicated Team to Serve the U.S. Federal Government’s Infrastructure Needs
    Led by company-veteran Jay Owen, new team will exclusively serve U.S. Federal Government customers Federal team will offer portfolio of energy management and industrial automation solutions WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Schneider Electric, the global leader in the digital transformation of energy management
    Business Wire

    Utility Business / General

    Offshore wind likely to take longer
    Victoria is targeting two gigawatts of offshore wind power supply by 2032, with the potential to have 13GW of such capacity by 2050; that amount would be five times the state's current renewables generation. Victoria's Energy and Climate Change Minister
    By Angela Macdonald-Smith
    Offshore Wind Turbine Market Growth Strategies, Regional Overview, Business Share and Leading Companies Forecast Analysis by 2028
    Londan, United kingdom -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/27/2022 -- The COVID-19 pandemic slowed down the world economy by disrupting shipping. Roller bearings, which connect gearboxes to wind turbines, were in short supply because of the demand for these components from shipping
    Virginia's Youngkin supports offshore wind projects; doesn't join Biden coalition
    (The Center Square) – Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin did not enter Virginia into an offshore wind energy coalition led by President Joe Biden, but will still support offshore wind energy, according to a spokesperson for the governor. Biden formed a Virginia Bureau
    Gulf Pacific Power Increases Stake in Two Wind Portfolios
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala., June 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Harbert Management Corporation (“HMC”) is pleased to announce that Gulf Pacific Power, LLC (“GPP”) has increased its cash-equity position in two wind portfolios: EGPNA Renewable Energy Holdings, LLC, a holding company that
    The Lookout - Trends To Watch: Autonomous Ships, Offshore Wind Industry
    In this article - part of Lewis Brisbois' Marine & Energy newsletter, The Lookout - San Francisco Partner David E. Russo provides some thoughts on two areas of importance to the maritime industry - automonomous ships and offshore wind development.
    By Mr David Russo
    Crowley, ESVAGT Strengthen Venture for U.S. Offshore Wind Vessels
    Crowley and ESVAGT have executed additional joint venture agreements that further strengthen their commitment to support purpose-built, Jones Act vessel development and availability for U.S. offshore wind production. Crowley will own and operate the vessels crewed with U.S. mariners, while
    Contify Energy News
    WASHINGTON, June 24 -- The U.S. Department of Transportation issued the following press release: The Department of Transportation's (DOT's) Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced the designation of offshore wind vessels as Vessels of National Interest making them eligible for financial support
    U.S. Fed News
    Wind farm, environmentalists agree on ways to protect whales
    BOSTON (AP) — The developers of an offshore wind farm and three environmental organizations announced Monday that they have reached an agreement to further protect rare North Atlantic right whales during construction and operation of the energy-generating project. The agreement
    Associated Press
    National Grid plc - Community Offshore Wind Helps Revitalize Oyster Habitats on Long Island with Huntington-Northport Oyster Reef Project
    Partners will create oyster reefs in the Huntington-Northport waterbody to improve water quality and the marine ecosystem under the leadership of the Rotary Club of Huntington and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Marine Program (CCE Marine) Community Offshore Wind
    U.S. Regulated Equity Markets (Alternative Disclosure) via PUBT
    Natural Resources Defense Council: South Fork Wind and Leading Environmental Organizations Sign Agreement to Further Enhance Protections for North Atlantic Right Whales
    BOSTON, Massachusetts, June 28 (TNSreact) -- The Natural Resources Defense Council issued the following news release on June 27, 2022: South Fork Wind, a joint venture offshore wind project developed by 0rsted and Eversource, announced today it has signed an
    Targeted News Service
    From novelty to normality: How smart will tomorrow's homes be?
    Smart homes are no longer a thing of the future, but a reality of the present, and soon they will be even smarter. Dr Andrew Dickson, engineering executive at CBI-electric: low voltage Global spending on internet of things (Iot) products
    Dr Andrew Dickson
    Amping up reliability for end-of-the-line NorthWestern Energy customers
    Jun. 27—You live where neighbors are few and are more likely to see a curlew than a utility crew. The phrase "end of the line" typically refers to less than ideal circumstances. And this can be true for utility customers
    Duncan Adams, The Montana Standard, Butte
    Critics: FPL's extreme winter plan 'unnecessary'
    The state's largest electricity producer is getting pushback from consumer advocates over a plan to charge customers extra money on each bill to weatherize its power production network against a severe winter freeze. Florida Power & Light's plan to brace
    Palm Beach Post
    Intersect Power Announces $750M Growth Equity Investment from TPG Rise Climate, CAI Investments & Trilantic Energy Partners North America
    Investment will provide significant capital to accelerate the build-out of Intersect Power's clean energy platform, from today's 2.4 GW portfolio to 8 GW+ of renewable generation, storage, and hydrogen production TPG Rise Climate joins existing investments from CAI, Trilantic, and
    PR Newswire
    New Mexico’s coal transition law still faces an uncertain timeline
    Every morning, the Energy News Network compiles the top stories about the clean energy transition and delivers them to your inbox for free. Sign up today! This story is co-published with High Country News, a nonprofit media organization that covers
    Energy News Network
    Ameren Corporation names new chairman and president of Ameren Illinois
    International Resource News - 28 June 2022 St. Louis-based power company Ameren Corporation (NYSE: AEE) has named Leonard 'Lenny' Singh as its new chairman and president of Ameren Illinois. Singh has over 30 years of utility experience and has extensive
    Resource News International
    USA: DOE Report Finds Energy Jobs Grew Faster Than Overall U.S. Employment in 2021
    Source: US Department of Energy Annual U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER) Shows Strength in Clean Energy Jobs WASHINGTON, D.C.— The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today released the 2022 U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER), a comprehensive study designed
    The Importance of Using Photovoltaic Cables in Photovoltaic Systems
    Background In some photovoltaic power plant projects, ordinary cables have been used in replacement of dedicated photovoltaic cables, which can provide lower installation costs. This approach puts the entire solar PV system at risk and is dangerous. In this Solis
    Saur News Bureau
    BluEarth breaks ground on 145-MW wind park in Alberta
    June 28 (Renewables Now) - Canadian independent power producer (IPP) BluEarth Renewables Inc on Monday held a ground-breaking ceremony at the site of a 145-MW wind project in the province of Alberta. It is estimated that this project, called Hand
    SeeNews Renewables
    Ige says he may veto bail reform, 'firm' renewable energy
    HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii Gov. David Ige on Monday said he may veto 30 bills in the next few weeks, including measures that would eliminate cash bail for some felonies, require each island to obtain one-third of their renewable energy
    By AUDREY McAVOY, Associated Press


    ERCOT breaks all-time power demand record again
    For the fourth time this month, ERCOT broke the all-time record for the most electricity demand on the grid on Thursday and deployed some reserve generation units to in order to keep up. By the afternoon, Texans were using 76,592
    Shelby Webb
    Economics: SaskPower Selects GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy BWRX-300 Small Modular Reactor Technology for Deployment in Saskatchewan
    Source: GE BWRX-300 small modular reactor technology chosen after four-year evaluation process SASKATOON, Saskatchewan—June 27, 2022—The GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) BWRX-300 small modular reactor (SMR) has been selected by SaskPower for potential deployment in the mid-2030s. “We are excited
    United States : First-Ever Energy Efficiency Plan from Evergy in Kansas Receives Public Hearing
    The Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC), which regulates utilities like Evergy, will hold a virtual public hearing to receive feedback from customers about the utilitys first-ever energy efficiency program. Sierra Club and Kansas Appleseed encourage Evergy customers to demand more equitable
    TendersInfo - News


    New Mexico inks trust land leases for massive wind project
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s public land commissioner on Monday signed nearly a dozen leases that will clear the way for a major renewable energy developer to erect wind turbines across 230 square miles (595 square kilometers) of state
    Associated Press


    GridPoint Wins 2022 AI Breakthrough Award for Best Decision Management Solution
    RESTON, Va. (PRWEB) June 28, 2022 GridPoint, a leader in building energy management and optimization technology that decarbonizes commercial buildings and drives grid modernization, announced it was named a winner in the Best Decision Management Solution category in the fifth
    PR Web


    EDP - EDP completes Asset Rotation of a 181 MW wind portfolio in Spain for an EV of €0.3bn
    EDP completes Asset Rotation of a 181 MW wind portfolio in Spain for an EV of €0.3bn Monday27, June 2022 Lisbon, June 27th, 2022:EDP - Energias de Portugal, S.A. ("EDP"), through its 74.98% owned subsidiary EDP Renováveis, S.A. ("EDPR") informs
    Euronext Lisbon via PUBT
    Siemens Gamesa to supply 83 turbines for an offshore wind farm in Germany
    Siemens Gamesa has received an order to supply 83 wind turbines to Denmark's Orsted for an offshore wind farm in German North Sea waters, which will have a total capacity of 913 megawatts. Installation of the wind turbines at the
    CE Noticias Financieras
    DEWA launches Automatic Smart Grid Restoration System to enhance its innovative power grid management
    Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched an Automatic Smart Grid Restoration System (ASGR), the first of its kind in the MENA region, to increase the control, management, and monitoring of its power network. The system works around the
    Contify Energy News
    Brazil, the first Latin American country that could develop floating wind turbines
    Brazil is committed to having 48% renewable energy in its energy mix by 2030, and one of the technologies that could help it achieve this is offshore wind, which the government will promote through a decree whose announcement has already
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Taiwan, China Renewables Forecast Scenario
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    Fitch Solutions Sector Intelligence
    Vestas Wind Systems AS Files Patent Application for Controlling Noise Emissions from Individual Blades of a Wind Turbine
    Kolkata, June 27 -- Denmark-based Vestas Wind Systems AS filed patent application for controlling noise emissions from individual blades of a wind turbine. The inventors are Grunnet Jacob Deleuran and Sloth Erik. Vestas Wind Systems AS filed the patent application
    Indian Patents News
    Taiwan, China Renewables Key View
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    Fitch Solutions Sector Intelligence
    Equinor eyes offshore wind in South Korea
    Norway petroleum refining company Equinor is eyeing the development of a third offshore wind power project with a capacity of 1.5GW in southwestern South Korea. “We are looking to build a portfolio of 4-6GW in South Korea to support Equino’s
    Civi Yap
    RWE and BOURBON enter partnership to jointly bid for French Mediterranean floating offshore wind project under the A06 tender
    RWE Renewables France and Bourbon Subsea Services today announced the signing of a partnership agreement to jointly bid for the Mediterranean floating offshore wind auction. The partners have applied to be selected as eligible bidders for the A06 tender the
    ENP Newswire
    Statkraft beefs up targets for renewables, green H2 by 2030
    June 28 (Renewables Now) - Norwegian power producer Statkraft A/S has boosted its annual renewables build-out rate in the hope that it will have 30 GW of new installed capacity by 2030, and has made several corporate changes to support
    SeeNews Renewables
    Nuclear energy carries potential to build Kingdom's future power needs -- JAEC
    Jun. 27—AMMAN — Nuclear energy has the potential to strengthen Jordan's energy security, with fission reactions generating harvestable thermal energy that can be used peacefully for electricity and water desalination, according to a recent statement from the Jordan Atomic Energy
    Artemis Sianni-Wedderburn, Jordan Times, Amman
    European Energy to provide green hydrogen for fuel cell at Port Esbjerg
    June 28 (Renewables Now) - Danish renewables developer European Energy A/S today said it has signed a contract with Port Esbjerg to supply the Danish port with green hydrogen from the first half of 2023. The green hydrogen will be
    SeeNews Renewables
    Kraft Heinz signs virtual power purchase agreement with Repsol
    Food and beverage group The Kraft Heinz Company (Nasdaq:KHC) revealed on Tuesday that it has entered into a 12-year virtual power purchase agreement (vPPA) with global multi-energy company Repsol, which is based in Madrid, Spain and operates across more than
    Australian Daily Wind Power Generation Data – Monday 27 June 2022
    By Anton Lang ~ This Post details the daily wind power generation data for the AEMO coverage area in Australia. For the background information, refer to the Introductory Post at this link. Each image is shown here at a smaller
    PA Pundits
    IG Windkraft wants expansion of 100 wheels per year in Lower Austria
    In order to ensure a secure and affordable energy supply for Lower Austria, according to Stefan Moidl, Managing Director of IG Windkraft, "the expansion of wind energy is one of the few relevant approaches". According to IG Windkraft, there are
    APA EconomicNews Service
    WindEurope: EU Energy Ministers endorse faster permitting of renewables
    The EU Energy Ministers have agreed their position on changes to the Renewable Energy Directive and Energy Efficiency Directive, paving the way for faster build-out of renewables and streamlined permitting for wind farms. The EU Energy Council today agreed its
    Contify Energy News
    Offshore Wind Turbine Market Growth Strategies, Regional Overview, Business Share and Leading Companies Forecast Analysis by 2028
    Londan, United kingdom -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/28/2022 -- The COVID-19 pandemic slowed down the world economy by disrupting shipping. Roller bearings, which connect gearboxes to wind turbines, were in short supply because of the demand for these components from shipping
    North Rhine-Westphalia's new govt bets on wind, rooftop solar energy
    June 28 (Renewables Now) - The German state of North Rhine-Westphalia will pursue a massive expansion of wind and rooftop solar energy backed by natural gas for a transition period in an effort to become Europe's first industrial region to
    SeeNews Renewables
    RWE starts expansion of wind park in Lower Saxony to 60 MW
    June 28 (Renewables Now) - German energy group RWE AG (ETR:RWE) said today it has begun the construction of a 28.5-MW wind project in Lower Saxony that will expand the capacity of the existing Bartelsdorf wind farm between Hamburg and
    SeeNews Renewables
    Denmark: Feasibility studies to be initiated on Hesselø offshore wind farm
    The Danish Energy Agency (Energistyrelsen) has ordered Energinet, the owner of the Danish gas and electricity grid, to start feasibility studies regarding the Hesselø Offshore Wind Farm about the establishment of a land grid connection point. The Wind Farm is
    M-Brain Nordic News
    Intrakat, Parkwind collaborate to develop offshore wind energy in Greece
    Highlights : * The two companies bring forward complementary competences in offshore development and local infrastructure experience. * Intrakat Group currently has a portfolio with total capacity of over 1 GW. It also expands its activity to the electricity storage
    Saur News Bureau
    OX2 looks to construct offshore wind farm Aurora in Sweden's EEZ
    Highlights : * The wind farm will comprise of up to 370 wind turbines, with a maximum height of 370 meter. The total installed capacity is estimated to 5500 MW. * The electricity production from the planned wind farm will
    Saur News Bureau
    Ecoener announces that it will supply the entire island of La Gomera with renewable wind energy.
    The wind farms will be located in the municipality of San Sebastián de la Gomera, will come into operation in 2022 and will be equipped with Enercon E-82 E4 wind turbines. Ecoener expects to start work at the end of
    CE Noticias Financieras
    President von der Leyen Attends the Leaders' Summit on Offshore Wind
    On 18 May, Denmark hosted leaders from Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen at the North Sea Summit, event aiming to bring these countries together in making the North Sea Europe's green
    Gulf Oil & Gas
    Taiwan, China Energy & Utilities Infrastructure Forecast
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    Fitch Solutions Sector Intelligence
    Europe: France: The EIB, with the support of the European Commission, is co-financing the construction of three floating offshore wind farms for a total of €210 million
    Source: European Investment Bank These facilities in the Mediterranean are the first floating offshore wind farms to be deployed in France, each using different innovative technologies. ADEME, the French public agency for ecological transition, selected the projects following a call
    Repsol closes long-term renewable energy sales and purchase agreement with Kraft Heinz
    MADRID, 28 (EUROPA PRESS) This is the first investment in wind energy subscribed by the multinational food and beverage company. The 12-year VPPA is linked to one of the Delta II wind farms, Repsol's largest renewable project to date, which
    CE Noticias Financieras
    AleaSoft Energy Forecasting: Temperatures, gas prices and low wind energy production combine to make European electricity markets prices rise
    In the third week of June, the high temperatures, which favoured the increase in demand, the rise in gas and CO2 prices and a low wind energy production caused an increase in European electricity markets prices. During the third week
    Contify Energy News
    University of Virginia : Go-With-the-Flow Wind Turbine, Conceived by UVA Prof, Completes Successful Demo
    About 15 years ago, University of Virginia engineering professor Eric Loth started thinking about how he could help with climate-related dilemmas, which led to his big idea about improving the design of wind turbines. What if a turbine's blades could
    ENP Newswire
    Hitachi Energy and Petrofac to collaborate in growing offshore wind market
    Collaboration combines complementary technologies and expertise of both companies to increase customer value and help accelerate the energy transition Zurich, Switzerland, June 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hitachi Energy a market and technology leader in transmission, distribution and grid automation
    GlobeNewswire Europe
    Entergy completes sale of Palisades Power Plant to Holtec
    COVERT, Mich., June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Entergy today completed the sale of the subsidiary that owns the Palisades Power Plant to Holtec International to ensure a safe and timely decommissioning of the nuclear site. Palisades was permanently shut down
    PR Newswire
    Country’s CEOs and analysts fume as Eskom implements stage 6 load shedding
    South Africans are calling for heads to roll following Eskom’s emergency media briefing on Tuesday morning. The country’s embattled power utility moved load shedding to stage 6, for the second time since the rolling blackouts were implemented. Eskom CEO Andre
    Ashley Lechman
    Lights out! Eskom confirms Stage 6 load shedding for Tuesday and Wednesday
    Eskom has confirmed that it will implement Stage 6 load shedding from 4pm until 10pm today, with Stage 4 to continue until midnight. Load shedding will then be reduced to Stage 2 until 5am on Wednesday morning and then increased
    Kailene Pillay
    Austria produces 90% of its power in May from renewables
    June 28 (Renewables Now) - The share of electricity from renewable sources in Austria rose to about 90% in May and temporarily reached 100% during one of the weeks, leading to a sharp decrease in the need for power imports.
    SeeNews Renewables
    Repsol signs long-term power purchase and sale agreement with Kraft Heinz
    28 JUN 2022 - 11:17CEST Repsol and Kraft Heinz have reached a long-term virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) whereby the Spanish company will supply it with 100% renewable-sourced electricity generated by 34.2 MW of capacity. This is the multinational food
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Swedish utility mulls building new small nuclear reactors
    COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Swedish power utility Vattenfall said Tuesday it is considering building at least two new small nuclear reactors to deal with a projected rise in electricity consumption over the coming decades. Sweden initially had aimed to phase
    Associated Press
    Nuvve and Switch Partner to Expand their EV and Charging Platforms' Global Reach, Features and Customer Benefits
    Nuvve's strategic investment into Switch expands network of interoperable electric vehicle service equipment to lead to increased Megawatts Under Management Adds Nuvve's patented V2G capability to Switch's standardized software solution for EVSE management, operations and maintenance Offers an improved customer
    PR Newswire
    PM approves import of Afghan coal in Pak currency
    Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Monday approved import of coal from Afghanistan in the Pakistani rupee to help generate low-cost electricity in the country. The prime minister, chairing a meeting to improve the mechanism for transportation of Afghan coal, expressed
    Pakistan Observer
    US And NuScale Power Grants USD14mn For SMR Facility Studies In Romania
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    Fitch Solutions Sector Intelligence
    Wartsila Secures Order Of Energy Storage System For SSE's Project In UK
    THIS COMMENTARY IS PUBLISHED BY FITCH SOLUTIONS COUNTRY RISK & INDUSTRY RESEARCH and is NOT a comment on Fitch Ratings' Credit Ratings. Any comments or data are solely derived from Fitch Solutions Country Risk & Industry Research and independent sources.
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    Contracts signed for 1st phase of SMART GRID project
    28/06/2022 11:07, TUNIS/Tunisia (TAP)- The contracts for the achievement of the 1st phase of the SMART GRID project were signed on Monday in Tunis, in the presence of Minister of Industry, Mines and Energy Neila Nouira Gongi, STEG CEO Hichem
    Agency Tunis Afrique Press
    Prime Minister directs to devise plan for producing cheap electricity - Press Note issued by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
    June 28, 2022 (PPI-OT) Following is the text of press note issued by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Quote Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has directed authorities concerned to devise an effective system for producing cheap electricity to provide relief to
    Pakistan Official News
    Sanmen nuclear plant breaks ground on second phase construction
    The second phase of the Sanmen nuclear power plant in Taizhou, Zhejiang province, commenced construction on Tuesday, its operator China National Nuclear Corporation said. The plant is expected to have an installed capacity of 5 million kilowatts after the second
    China Daily: Hong Kong Edition
    UPDATE1: Tokyo continues to be urged to save energy as shortfalls persist
    Japan continued Tuesday to face concerns over a power crunch, with households and businesses in Tokyo being asked again by the government to reduce electricity consumption in response to a spike in demand driven by high temperatures and infrastructure issues.
    Japan Economic Newswire
    Standard Bank: New Green Power Projects signed
    Standard Bank, mandated lead arranger and underwriter, has successfully supported three new independent electricity generation projects signed into Government’s 2000MW Risk Mitigation Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (RMIPPPP), together with British International Investment. This, allowing the bank to play a
    Contify Energy News
    Vattenfall begins pilot study on construction of small modular reactors at Ringhals
    Electricity consumption in Sweden is expected to increase rapidly over the coming decades and, for this reason, Vattenfall is working actively to find out how different fossil-free energy sources can satisfy the increased demand for electricity. As part of this
    CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ - enCore Energy Corp. ("enCore" or the "Company") (TSXV: EU) (OTCQB: ENCUF) announced today that it has secured a uranium purchase sales agreement ("Agreement") with a United States ("U.S.") based nuclear power company,
    PR Newswire
    DEWA automates power grid management and troubleshooting
    The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched a system that could fix power grid issues without human intervention. The Automatic Smart Grid Restoration (ASGR) system would allow the utility provider to remotely locate faults in its power network
    Abdul Rawuf
    NEPRA scrutinizes Rs7.90 per unit hike for DISCO's consumers
    Already burdened masses should get ready to bear a jolt in the form of colossal power price hike as the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has worked out Rs7.90 per unit increase in electricity price. As per details, NEPRA
    Daily Pakistan Today
    PM approves Afghan coal import in Pak rupee
    Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Monday taken a bold decision and approved the import of super-critical quality coal from Afghanistan in Pakistani currency-rupee-instead of US dollars to generate electricity in Pakistan. This he decided while chairing a meeting to improve
    Daily Frontier Post
    Hundreds of new free electric car chargers coming to NSW – Drive
    Ads Charging network Jolt has partnered with power company Endeavour Energy to install 230 free electric car charging points along the sides of NSW roads by 2025. More than 230 electric vehicle (EV) charging points will be rolled out across
    CEB seeks 82% increase in electricity tariffs
    The Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) has sought the approval of the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka for an 82% increase in tariffs for the year 2022. However, the PUCSL is of the view that the tariff increase should not
    Colombo Gazette
    Ørsted commits to restoring the Humber’s biodiversity with pioneering project in the UK
    Ørsted, the world’s most sustainable energy company, is partnering with Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Wildlife Trusts to help restore the biodiversity around the Humber, a large tidal estuary on the east coast of Northern England. Rebecca Pow, UK Environment Minister, said:
    Contify Energy News
    EV Connect Expands DC Fast Charging in Underserved Communities Through California Utility Program
    EV network solution accelerates DC fast charging (DCFC) infrastructure deployment for California gas stations and convenience stores across Northern and Central California. EL SEGUNDO, Calif., June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- EV Connect, a leader in electric vehicle (EV) charging management
    PR Newswire
    TVS Motor Company Limited said it was focusing on electric vehicles (EVs) and would launch multiple EVs in the two- and three-wheeler segments in the 5-25-kilowatt (kw) range. The company has also announced its plan to soon implement digital applications
    Indian Business Insight
    Masdar Starts Construction Of 1GW Solar Projects In Iraq
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    Power Outages May Increase In July: PM Shehbaz
    Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Monday said that load-shedding might increase in July, and an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will be reached soon. Addressing the National Assembly members of PML-N and allied parties, Shehbaz Sharif said that
    NEPRA approves a Rs7.90 hike in power tariff of fuel adjustment charges
    The National Electric and Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) Monday approved a hike of Rs7.90 in power tariff on account of fuel adjustment charges for May. According to NEPRA officials, the prices of petroleum products significantly rose over the past few
    Frontier Star
    US, French companies to supply fuel to Czech nuclear plant
    PRAGUE (AP) — The Czech Republic has signed deals with Westinghouse Electric Co. and France’s Framatome to deliver fuel supplies for a nuclear power plant, reducing the country’s dependence on Russia. The Czech state-controlled power company CEZ said on Tuesday
    Associated Press
    Kraft Heinz Enters 12-year Virtual Power Purchase Agreement With Repsol
    The Kraft Heinz Company (KHC) announced a 12-year virtual power purchase agreement with Repsol, a multi-energy company based in Madrid, Spain. The company said the vPPA will generate enough renewable electricity to power approximately 25,000 average EU households per year
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Equinor, SSE Thermal to co-op in hydrogen production
    BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 28. Norway’s Equinor, an international energy company, and SSE Thermal, a thermal power stations operator, plan to make a transition to hydrogen, Trend reports via Equinor. For this, Equinor and SSE Thermal will acquire Triton Power company
    Trend News Agency
    Japan OKs return to nuclear plant host town for 1st time in 11 yrs
    The government decided Tuesday to lift an evacuation order on part of a town hosting a crippled nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture, allowing residents to return home for good this week for the first time since the March 2011
    Japan Economic Newswire
    France rethinks coal power station closure
    France has become the latest country to reconsider its energy options because of the war in Ukraine, announcing on June 26 it was looking into reopening a recently closed coal-fired power station. The energy transition ministry said it was considering
    Shanghai Sunwin Bus Submits Chinese Patent Application for Electric Energy Management Method for Double-Source Trolley Bus During On-Grid Charging
    Beijing, June 28 -- Shanghai Sunwin Bus has submitted a patent application for electric energy management method for double-source trolley bus during on-grid charging. This invention was developed by Zhou Yi, Zhang Xiansheng and Zhang Jun. The patent application number
    Electrical Patent News
    Taipei Metro urges against hike in electricity prices
    Taipei Metro voiced worry on Monday (June 27) that it may become financially unsustainable if electricity prices are hiked, as an energy committee meeting scheduled for Monday afternoon is expected to result in a decision to raise the cost of
    Taiwan News
    UAE: DEWA launches Automatic Smart Grid Restoration System to enhance its innovative power grid management
    June 27 -- Media Office, Government of Dubai, UAE issued the following news release: Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched an Automatic Smart Grid Restoration System, the first of its kind in the MENA region, to increase the
    UAE Government News
    Quinbrook To Build Large-Scale Battery Storage Project At Uskmouth, South Wales
    Critical Storage Infrastructure to Support the UK Power System Uskmouth will be one of the largest storage projects in the UK and will directly support the UK’s energy transition. LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners ("Quinbrook"), a specialist investment manager focused
    Business Wire
    Can EV Charging Units Be Made Self-Sustainable Using Renewable Energy Sources?
    Electric Vehicles (EVs) are the world’s future transport systems. With the rise in pollution and its effects on the environment, there has been a large-scale movement towards EVs. But the plug-point availability for charging is a serious problem faced by
    Hiren Pravin Shah
    Dewa launches automatic smart grid restoration system
    Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has announced the launch of an automatic smart grid restoration system (ASGR), a first of its kind in Mena region, to increase the control, management and monitoring of its power network. The system works
    Kazakhstan signs memorandum of understanding with South Korea's KHNP
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    Audubon Appoints Ahad Esmaeilian to Vice President of Clean Energy
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    Veolia extends energy savings at Royal Berkshire Hospital
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    Norway: Enova provides NOK 1.12bn to hydrogen vessels and production facilities
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    Kazakhstan shortlists suppliers for atomic power plant project
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    BBC International Reports (Central Asia)

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