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Engie Services acquires Les Controles AC
Engie Services has acquired Les Controles AC in a move to strengthen its North American position in intelligent energy management through professional technical services.
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Just Energy to acquire EdgePower
Retail energy provider Just Energy Group through a subsidiary has agreed to acquire EdgePower, an energy monitoring and management company based in Aspen, Colorado.
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PSEG Energy secures license to operate in Maryland
PSEG Energy Solutions has secured approval to operate as a retail electricity supplier in the US state of Maryland.
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AES, Mitsubishi begin construction on 10MW energy storage system in India
By EBR Staff Writer
AES India and Japan's Mitsubishi have started construction of the 10MW Advancion energy storage system in Delhi, India.
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Black & Veatch selected as owner’s representative for San Diego pumped storage project
By EBR Staff Writer
Black & Veatch has been selected to serve as owners’ representative for the 500MW San Vicente Energy Storage Facility (SVESF) planned to be built in San Diego County, California, US.
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National Grid, NYPSC seek approval for three-year rate plan settlement for Niagara Mohawk Electric & Gas
Following the rate case filing in April 2017, National Grid and the New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) have filed a Joint Proposal for a three-year rate plan settlement for the Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation electric and gas distribution utility.
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Engie to acquire two African energy service providers
French multinational electric utility Engie has agreed to acquire West African energy service providers Afric Power and Tieri for an undisclosed price.
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SolarMax set to deliver 250MW to China grid in 2018
California-based solar panel installers, SolarMax is in track to deliver 250MW of solar capacity to the China's grid in 2018.
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Dominion Energy to acquire Scana for $14.6bn
By EBR Staff Writer
Dominion Energy has agreed to acquire troubled US-based energy firm Scana in a $14.6bn all-stock merger deal including debt.
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WePower joins Elering’s Estfeed smart grid platform
Elering has signed an agreement with the blockchain-based renewable energy trading platform developer, WePower, which is the first international solution to join the Estfeed smart grid platform.
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SSEN seeks to improve resilience of electricity networks in UK
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is taking to the skies to improve the resilience of its electricity networks.
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Winsupply acquires electrical distributor Tacoma Electric Supply
Winsupply has acquired Tacoma Electric Supply, a Washington-based distributor of electrical equipment and supplies.
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Tesla’s 100MW lithium-ion battery commissioned in South Australia
By EBR Staff Writer
Tesla’s 100MW lithium-ion battery has been officially commissioned and started dispensing power into an electricity grid in South Australia.
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Swiss researchers develop new solid sodium battery to improve performance and safety
By EBR Staff Writer
Researchers from the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Empa and the University of Geneva (UNIGE) have developed a new prototype of a solid sodium battery with better performance and improved safety.
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MIT researchers develop new way to store thermal energy
By EBR Staff Writer
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created a new battery-like system capable of storing thermal energy and releasing it energy on demand.
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