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    Power News - March 26

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    ITC's Kwafo Adarkwa Joins the Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast to Discuss the Balance Between Futurism and Utility Regulations of Today
    The transmission and distribution component in the power sector spins a physical web of infrastructure across the United States, but behind that massive buildout is arguably an even more complex web when it comes to the regulations and policies that
    Energy Central
    Wipro Recognized as a Leader in ISG Provider Lens 2022 for Sustainability and ESG Services in Australia, UK and US.
    Digitalisation will be a crucial piece of any sustainability and decarbonisation journey. Yet many of the technologies powering digital transformation continue to generate a significant carbon footprint. With executives and world leaders making pledges to address climate change issues, it

    T&D Automation

    ElectricityPG&E connection delays add to housing woes
    Add waiting for the lights to turn on to the laundry list of delays holding up urgently needed housing in California. Newly constructed apartment buildings across the northern half of the state are sitting empty for months as Pacific Gas
    The Ukiah Daily Journal

    Utility Business / General

    Austin officials consider burying power lines
    The Austin City Council is about to explore burying city power lines. The big picture: A devastating February ice storm snapped tree limbs across Central Texas, toppling power lines and leaving hundreds of thousands of Austinites without power — and
    Geothermal, hydro, wind sites on offer in 4th auction round
    THE Department of Energy (DoE) said it has selected 19 sites to be offered this year for the fourth round of the open and competitive selection process (OCSP-4). Energy Undersecretary Rowena Cristina L. Guevara said at an energy forum that
    Business World
    Oregon Supreme Court Ignores Rural Pleas And Greenlights Giant Wind Power Line
    By Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. ~ In a long-sought victory for the Climate Industrial Complex, the Oregon Supreme Court March 9 approved construction of a 300-mile, high-voltage power line that will transmit wind energy through parts of eastern Oregon and western
    PA Pundits
    TD Bank grants RU $1M to develop Green Jobs Academy to build a wind turbine and training to students
    Green Jobs Academy will teach students how to work in solar and wind power industries. - Graphic / Julia Quennessen This year, The Rowan University Foundation was one of the ten $1 million grant recipients across the United States and
    The Whit (Rowan University)
    From its origins to its consumers, electricity is a powerful social force
    Mar. 22—Editor's note: Pacific NW magazine's weekly Backstory provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the writer's process or an extra tidbit that accompanies our Mainstory. I DON'T KNOW about you, but my experience of electricity tends to be highly individual. I
    Brendan Kiley, The Seattle Times
    EDF Renewables wins three wind energy supply contracts in Quebec.
    Hydro-Quebec, a public utility in Canada, has chosen three wind farms operated by EDF Renewables North America for wind power supply deals. EDF Renewables has been given three out of the seven wind power supply deals, under two calls for
    NS Energy
    Green sense - Overseeing the power grid
    When you use electricity matters. The electric grid is managed to avoid power outages, and uses standby power plants to ensure generation capacity is available. A sprawling network of power plants, transmission lines, and distribution make up the U.S. electric
    Gina Snyder
    West Penn Power completes upgrade of Westmoreland County high-voltage transmission line
    International Resource News - 23 March 2023 West Penn Power, a subsidiary of United States-based electric utility company FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE), has announced that it has completed the upgrade of a high-voltage transmission line in Westmoreland County. This move
    Resource News International
    The following information was released by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS): With calls growing for more coordination in energy planning across the West, the Union of Concerned Scientists today released an analysis of how a multi-state power grid could
    States News Service
    More work to do on utility accountability
    In advance of what threatened to be a devastating tropical storm in 2021, Gov. Ned Lamont had a message for the utilities that deliver power to millions of Connecticut residents. "Don't overpromise and underdeliver," he said. "Do the opposite." This
    Hearst Connecticut Media Editorial Board
    Revolve Provides Development Update on its Vernal BESS & Primus Wind Projects
    VANCOUVER, BC, March 23, 2023 /CNW/ - Revolve Renewable Power Corp. (TSXV: REVV) ("Revolve" or the "Company"), an owner, operator and developer of renewable energy projects is pleased to provide an update on the ongoing development activity of both its
    Canada Newswire
    The following information was released by the American Chemistry Council: The American Chemistry Council (ACC) issued the following statement before an expected House floor vote next week on H.R. 1, the Lower Energy Costs Act, introduced by House Energy and
    States News Service
    Record-high electricity prices fail to boost residential energy management programs: JD Power
    Despite "record high" residential electricity prices, customers are not taking advantage of energy management and conservation programs offered by utilities, J.D. Power said in a report published Wednesday. Only 14% of residential electricity customers participated in one or more energy
    Robert Walton


    Tantalus and PayGo Partner to Help Utilities Implement Flexible Payment Solutions to Manage Their Consumption and Budgeting
    Burnaby, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - March 23, 2023) - Tantalus Systems (TSX: GRID) ("Tantalus" or the "Company"), a smart grid technology company focused on helping build sustainable utilities for the future, is pleased to announce it has executed a partnership
    Newsfile Corp.


    Owner pitches restart of nuclear plant Holtec International is asking for approval to reopen the Palisades plant on the shores of Lake Michigan.
    Returning a nuclear power plant to operation near South Haven would only require undoing what was done for the shutdown, according to a presentation from the plant owner. Holtec International started the shutdown of the Palisades Nuclear Plant in June.
    Marie Weidmayer -


    Government cuts to lower electricity prices force electricity companies to repay 450 million euros already
    The Government activated as part of its first shock plans against the impact of the energy crisis, at the end of the summer of 2021, a system to control the extraordinary profits of electricity companies to prevent them from taking
    CE Noticias Financieras
    What is Sizewell C and how will it be paid for? Campaigners challenge new plant
    Campaigners have told the High Court that the Government's decision to support the Sizewell C nuclear power plant plan was "unlawful" andshould be overturned. Business Secretary Grant Shapps announced a £700 million Government investment in the Suffolk coast project last
    August Graham and Nuray Bulbul
    Singapore: Oral reply to PQ on ASEAN power grid and electricity sustainability
    March 22 -- Singapore Parliament Q&A: Questions: Mr Dennis Tan: To ask the Minister for Trade and Industry (a) whether the Government envisions a larger role for Singapore in realising the ASEAN Power Grid; and (b) whether the Government is
    Singapore Government News
    Ashoro Hydroelectric Power Station Unit 1 Begins Commercial Operation: Comprehensive Renovations Completed for Plant Operating over 60 Years
    Ashoro Hydroelectric Power Station Unit No.1 began commercial operations on March 21, 2023, after completing modernization (renovations) of the main facilities that began in June 2021. Unit 1 capacity of Unit 1 was increased by 1,150 kw to 21,250 kW.
    Contify Energy News
    Renewable energies and electricity prices
    MATÍAS NEGRETE PINCETIC, RODRIGO MORENO VIEYRA AND DANIEL OLIVARES QUERO In recent years, the country has seen a significant integration of renewable technologies, which is clearly positive. An effective energy transition requires enabling conditions in several areas, one of which
    CE Noticias Financieras
    UAE presents its national report on nuclear safety
    22 Mar 2023 (Bahrain News Agency) The United Arab Emirates is presenting this week its national report at the Joint Eighth and Ninth Review Meeting of the Contracting Parties to the Convention on Nuclear Safety (CNS) at the headquarters of
    Bahrain News Gazette
    Why Transcorp Power Seeks Cheaper Alternative To Servicing Power Turbines Abroad
    The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Transcorp Power Limited, Christopher Ezeafulukwe, has frowned on the heavy costs associated with servicing equipment such as turbines outside the country, adding that these has significantly increased the operating costs of affected power companies.
    By Mohammed Shosanya
    Prime Minister inaugurates two coal-fired power plants - Press Note issued by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
    March 22, 2023 (PPI-OT) Following is the text of press note issued by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Quote Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif inaugurated two coal-fired power plants with a capacity of 1,650 megawatt of electricity in Tharparkar on
    Pakistan Official News
    Koeberg Steam Generator Replacements Hit Milestone
    Eskom has completed a major milestone in the maintenance plan of Koeberg Nuclear Power Station Unit 1. The unit - which holds capacity of some 920MW - is on a planned maintenance outage in order to allow for the replacement
    China's new coal plants set to become a costly second fiddle to renewables
    SINGAPORE ;- China's plans for some 100 new coal-fired power plants to back up wind and solar capacity have sparked warnings that the world's second-biggest economy is likely to end up lumbered with even more loss-making power assets. Analysts question
    Thar Badle Ga Pakistan is becoming a reality with 3000 MW electricity generated from Thar coal being added to the national grid benefiting the people: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari - Press Release issued by Pakistan People's Party
    March 22, 2023 (PPI-OT) Following is the text of press release issued by Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Quote Chairman Pakistan People's Party and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the slogan of "Thar Badle Ga Pakistan" is becoming
    Pakistan News Releases
    Batteries at solar and wind farms: logical but still loss-making
    Copyright ChangeInc Storing excess green power in large battery containers at wind and solar farms to get through windless and sunless periods. It seems so logical, but now only produces losses. Yet the Dutch company Alfen is going to enter
    Change, Inc
    Lafarge to cover 20% of energy needs in Poland with wind power
    March 23 (Renewables Now) - Cement producer Lafarge said it has signed a virtual power purchase agreement (PPA) with RWE Supply & Trading to cover 20% of its consumption in Poland with electricity from wind farms. The 10-year contract will
    SeeNews Renewables
    The explosion of renewables, by Robert Tornabell
    The rising cost of energy, mainly natural gas and electricity, has prompted the search for new solutions. And what Keynes said has happened: the inevitable never happens; only the unexpected does. Northern Europe could become a major producer of electricity
    CE Noticias Financieras
    India's Commitment To Clean Energy: Laws & Regulations
    Abstract: Despite being abundant in various renewable energy sources, the share of such sources in power generation in the country remains negligible. This write-up explores the government's commitment to the growth of renewable energy sources through policies, schemes, and legislation.
    By Ms Suniti Kaur and Sragvi Chaturvedi
    Eskom is again back to its rotational load shedding
    After three consecutive days of no power cuts, Eskom yesterday resumed its rotational load shedding as the resumption of economic activity after the National Shutdown and the public holiday put a strain on the grid. The struggling power utility had
    Siphelele Dludla
    DENR, First Gen unit ink hydro project agreement
    A unit of First Gen Corp. and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) have forged a deal that allows the Lopez firm to pursue the development of a 120-megawatt (MW) pumped storage hydroelectric facility in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija.
    Philippine Star News
    EC clears Taiwanese wind business acquisition by Macquarie, wpd
    March 23 (Renewables Now) - German renewables developer wpd AG and Australia’s Macquarie Group Ltd (ASX:MQG) have received the European Commission’s nod to take joint control over a number of Taiwanese onshore wind assets. The planned deal was approved by
    SeeNews Renewables
    Iran Aims to Expand Nuclear, Renewables Energy Partnership with Russia: Minister
    - Economy news - This comes as the two countries aim to boost their economic ties to offset Western sanctions. "The prospect of cooperation in the field of 'new energy' and renewable energy sources, as well as in the field
    Tasnim News Agency
    China-backed project set to power Uganda
    By NELSON KIVA in Kampala, Uganda CHINA DAILY Updated: 2023-03-22 07:02 Commissioning of dam paves way for ensuring steady energy supply to locals The successful commissioning of the dam, a part of Uganda's biggest hydroelectric project, has paved the way
    LS Cable wins 110 bln-won submarine cable supply deal
    SEOUL, March 23 (Yonhap) -- LS Cable & System, South Korea's top wire and cable maker, said Thursday it has won a 110 billion-won (US$85 million) submarine cable supply deal from Taiwan. Under the deal with Foxwell Energy, a Taiwanese
    Yonhap News Agency
    Zimbabwe's new 300MW coal-fired plant starts feeding into grid
    Zimbabwe's new 300MW coal-fired power generating unit started feeding electricity into the national grid late on Monday, 20 March, the state power utility said, as it moves to ease extended outages that have impacted businesses and households. Hwange Power station.
    Nyasha Chingono
    Dava wind farm bid hits bump in road
    A TEMPORARY bypass will need to be created on the A939 near to historic Castle Grant to accommodate the construction of a proposed wind farm on the Dava Moor. Cairngorms National Park Authority members have agreed not to object to
    Strathspey & Badenoch Herald
    Iberdrola strengthens ties with Lula and will invest more than 5 billion in Brazil
    The chairman of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán, has committed to invest 30 billion reais ( around 5.3 billion euros) over the next three years in the country to continue developing new renewable and grid projects, as well as to make the
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Iberdrola to invest 5.3 billion euros in renewables in Brazil
    The chairman of Iberdrola, Ignacio Galán, made a commitment yesterday to Brazil's president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, to invest 30 billion reais - some 5.3 billion euros - over the next three years in the country, to continue developing
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Elecnor is to Participate in the Largest Energy Project in South Australia
    The Elecnor Group, in a consortium with GE Renewable Energy, has started the construction of the first stage of Goyder South wind farm, in Australia, which will have 75 turbines capable of producing up to 412 Megawatts (MW) of power.
    Gulf Oil & Gas
    Eskom Workers to Assist Government in Resolving Load Shedding
    Minister in the Presidency responsible for Electricity, Kgosientso Ramokgopa, says workers at Eskom are the ones who will resolve load shedding. Ramokgopa on Wednesday visited Tutuka Power Station in Mpumalanga to get first-hand experience and understand the challenges workers face.
    PM inaugurates 1,650 MW coal-fired power plants in Thar
    Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Wednesday inau­gurated two coal-fired power plants in Thar­parker with a capaci­ty of 1,650 megawatt of electricity genera­tion, saying the projects would eventually transform the desert into an economic hub. The projects including the 1,320 megawatt Shanghai
    Green Hydrogen Powering The Future Of New Zealand.
    Is New Zealand the next Glass Onion? The famous movie depicts a false idea of the future, using tiny particles of crystallised hydrogen for energy. The idea of using green hydrogen to power the world is nearly everywhere - it
    Scoop Media (New Zealand)
    RWE targets at least 1 GW of floating wind in Celtic Sea
    March 23 (Renewables Now) - RWE AG (ETR:RWE) will bid in the upcoming Celtic Sea offshore leasing round with the ambition to secure at least 1 GW of capacity, the German power group said on Wednesday. The Crown Estate will
    SeeNews Renewables
    SCHOTT enters PPA with CleanMax for Wind Solar Hybrid Project
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) India, March 23 (ANI/Seraphim): The international technology group SCHOTT has entered into an agreement with CleanMax Enviro Energy Solutions, Asia's leading C&I renewable energy company for purchasing green energy from a 5.5 MW renewable energy (Wind - Solar
    Fintel selects Windey's turbines for 854-MW wind project in Serbia
    March 23 (Renewables Now) - Serbian wind power producer Fintel Energija AD (BEL:FINT) on Wednesday named China’s Zhejiang Windey Co Ltd (SHE:300772) as the preferred turbine supplier for the 854-MW Maestrale Ring wind farm project in Serbia. The contract will
    SeeNews Power Market Review
    dpSun partnering with PNOC RC in the Philippines
    Participating in an Innovate UK brokerage trip to the Philippines London, UK - dpSun, a leading solar energy R&D company, has recently participated in an Innovate UK brokerage trip to the Philippines alongside other innovative companies. During the trip, dpSun's
    M2 PressWIRE
    Lithuania's Ignitis Group to invest EUR 700 million into solar, wind projects in Latvia
    VILNIUS, March 22 (LETA--BNS) Ignitis Grupe (Ignitis Group), Lithuania's state-owned energy group, plans to invest at least 700 million euros into solar and wind farms in Latvia, the LSM news website of Latvia's public broadcaster reports. "We plan to invest
    LETA Latvian News Agency
    GreenIT, CIP To Build 2GW Floating Offshore Wind Farms In Italy
    Highlights : * The project entails three floating offshore wind farms. The Civitavecchia project will have a total capacity up to 540 MW. * The two other wind farms located off the coast of Olbia (Sardinia) will have power of
    Saur News Bureau
    Paul Mashatile faces tough questions in Parliament, opposition wants Eskom inquiry
    Deputy president Paul Mashatile is facing tough questions in Parliament including Eskom’s power crisis in his maiden address after his appointment in the position following the departure of his predecessor David Mabuza. Mashatile was sworn in almost three weeks ago
    Siyabonga Mkhwanazi
    Federal Network Agency launches further tenders for offshore wind energy
    Federal Network Agency launches another tender for offshore wind turbines. It comprises a total of 1,800 MW on four centrally pre-examined areas in the North Sea. The areas have already been pre--examineined and can supply electricity as early as 2028.
    Contify Energy News
    Translation: Kaskasi offshore wind farm is launched – Habeck travels to Hamburg
    MIL OSI translation. Region: Germany/Germany – Source: Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and EnergyFederal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection Robert Habeck traveled to Hamburg today to find out more about further plans for the expansion of wind energy
    EnBW takes FID on 960-MW offshore wind project, brings partners
    March 23 (Renewables Now) - Electric utility EnBW Energie Baden-Wuerttemberg AG (ETR:EBK) has made the final investment decision (FID) on its 960-MW He Dreiht wind project in the German North Sea and agreed to sell a 49.9% stake in the
    SeeNews Renewables
    Baghel, Raman face-off in Assly over coal fare
    RAIPUR, March 23 -- Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and his predecessor Raman Singh had a showdown on Wednesday in the Chhattisgarh Assembly over coal transportation rates given by a state-owned power company at Gare Pelma coal block in Raigarh district.
    The Pioneer
    PM: Desert to see economic boom
    Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday inaugurated two coal-fired power plants in Tharparker with a capacity of 1,650 megawatt of electricity generation, saying that the projects would turn the desert into an economic hub. The projects including the 1,320 megawatt
    Daily Frontier Post
    Allianz SE - Allianz to invest in 960MW offshore wind farm He Dreiht in the German North Sea
    ALLIANZ SE GROUP COMMUNICATIONS Allianz to invest in 960MW offshore wind farm He Dreiht in the German North Sea Allianz will acquire a 16.6% stake in He Dreiht which is Allianz´s first direct investment in an offshore wind farm project
    German Equity Markets (Web Disclosure) via PUBT
    EnBW - Green light for EnBW He Dreiht offshore wind farm
    This subsidy-free offshore wind farm is currently one of the largest energy transition projects in Europe. The investment cost for He Dreiht is around €2.4 billion. It is expected to be operational by the end of 2025. He Dreiht will
    German Equity Markets (Web Disclosure) via PUBT
    Hitachi Energy high-voltage technology strengthens northern Namibian electricity backbone
    As a pioneering technology leader that is advancing a sustainable energy future for all, Hitachi Energy [External Link] is delivering a comprehensive range of high-voltage equipment to leading hydropower construction company Sinohydro Corporation Limited, to enhance NamPower's Kunene and Omatando substations
    M2 PressWIRE
    Mauritius' IBL buys Kenyan solar firm Equator Energy
    Mauritian firm IBL Group has bought an undisclosed stake in Kenyan-based solar power firm Equator Energy Limited in a deal that deepens its presence in the local economy.IBL says it has entered into a share purchase agreement as part of
    Business Daily
    Voltalia deepens loss in 2022
    March 23 (Renewables Now) - French renewable power plants operator Voltalia SA (EPA:VLTSA) saw its net loss widen to EUR 7.2 million (USD 7.9m) in 2022 due to increased depreciation, amortisation and provisions as well as higher net financial expenses.The
    SeeNews Renewables
    Power generation falls 4 percent in February
    Power generation in Pakistan went down by 4.1 percent year-on-year (YoY) in February on lower generation from furnace oil, coal, and gas, while an economic slowdown in the country also contributed in the decline, according to a brokerage report shared
    The News International
    PM inaugurates 1,650 MW coal-fired power plants in Thar, says desert to witness economic boom
    Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday inaugurated two coal-fired power plants in Tharparker with a capacity of 1,650 megawatt of electricity generation, saying the projects would eventually transform the desert into an economic hub. The projects including the 1,320 megawatt
    Pakistan Official News
    Hitachi Energy high-voltage technology strengthens northern Namibian electricity backboneHitachi Energy's leading high-voltage solutions will play a significant role in ensuring reliable power sup-ply in Oshakati, Ongwediva, Ondangwa and surrounding
    As a pioneering technology leader that is advancing a sustainable energy future for all, Hitachi Energy [External Link] is delivering a comprehensive range of high-voltage equipment to leading hydropower construction company Sinohydro Corporation Limited, to enhance NamPower’s Kunene and Omatando substations
    African Press Organization (APO)
    Latin America's largest wind turbine is already installed in Peru
    The first wind turbine of Wayra Extension, Enel Green Power Peru's wind power project, is already installed in Marcona. This is the largest wind turbine in Peru, Latin America and the third largest in the world. This is the first
    CE Noticias Financieras
    The Xunta will value in its permit to renewable projects if they lower the price of electricity to residents
    The Spanish Wind Energy Association (AEE) awarded Muras its Eolo 2021 Rural Integration Award. The municipality located in the region of A Terra Cha has been living with the sector for almost 30 years. The first wind farm was built
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Scatec ASA - Mendubim solar project contributing to Brazil’s clean energy frontrunner position
    Brazil has been a clean energy leader for more than 50 years. More than 84% of their electrical grid is powered by renewable energy, stemming mostly from hydroelectric resources. Because of this, Brazil has earned the status as the third
    Swiss Equity Markets (Web Disclosure) via PUBT
    EC clears Romania's EUR-103m battery storage support scheme
    March 23 (Renewables Now) - The European Commission (EC) has granted its approval to Romania’s plan to launch a EUR-103-million (USD 112.5m) grant scheme to back the installation of battery energy storage systems (BESS) in order to facilitate the renewables
    SeeNews Renewables
    Neoenergia launches 600-MW wind, solar complex in Brazil
    March 23 (Renewables Now) - Brazilian utility company Neoenergia SA (BVMF:NEOE3) launched on Wednesday its first renewable energy hybrid complex in Brazil, combining wind and solar plants with a total capacity of about 600 MW. Located in the northeastern state
    SeeNews Renewables
    Lagos eyes 1GW by 2030 on new law - Sanwo-Olu
    Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos State, has said the bill signed by President Muhammadu Buhari granting states autonomy in the electricity market will strengthen plans to install 1 gigawatt of solar energy by 2030 and increase access to electricity, investments
    Business Day
    L&T enters into Electrolyzer Manufacturing Binding agreement with McPhy Energy
    India, March 23 -- Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has entered into an Electrolyzer Manufacturing Binding agreement with McPhy Energy, a France-based leading electrolyzer technology and manufacturing company, for a long-term partnership to explore the opportunities unfolding in the emerging Green
    Accord Fintech
    Flexible power technologies will make Africa's energy leapfrogging a reality
    Africa's ability to leapfrog traditional power systems and adopt renewables on a massive scale is not a fantasy. In-depth studies from Wärtsilä have demonstrated that with the adequate support of flexible power technologies, ambitious renewable energy objectives in Africa are
    Marc Thiriet
    Houston's fast-growing hydrogen industry could get boost with addition of equipment manufacturer
    Mar. 22—Norway-based electrolyzer manufacturer HydrogenPro plans to bring a production facility to Texas, where it aims to blaze a larger path for itself in the fast-growing green hydrogen business. Electrolyzers are pieces of equipment that use electricity to split water
    Amanda Drane, Houston Chronicle

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