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Petrobras puts up Paraguay operations for sale
By EBR Staff Writer
Petróleo Brasileiro (Petrobras) has initiated sale of 100% of its operations in Paraguay which includes stakes in Petrobras Paraguay Distribución (PPDL UK), Petrobras Paraguay Operaciones y Logística (PPOL), and Petrobras Paraguay Gas (PPG).
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Hydro Group inks strategic agreement for international growth
Aberdeen-headquartered subsea cable and connector specialist Hydro Group increases its global presences as it announces its partnership with Turkish firm, IMCA Electronics.
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Demand response trial expanded for New South Wales
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and the NSW Government today announced $15 million in funding to pilot demand response in New South Wales this summer.
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Vattenfall acquires iSupplyEnergy to foray into UK consumer energy market
By EBR Staff Writer
Swedish energy group Vattenfall has acquired iSupplyEnergy for an undisclosed sum, marking its entry into UK consumer energy market.
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Capgemini signs multi-year contract with Vattenfall to transform its finance and procurement operations across Europe
Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has announced a new five-year contract with Vattenfall, an integrated energy company that supplies a broad range of energy services throughout Europe, headquartered in Solna, Sweden.
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Fortum to buy two generator businesses in Sweden
Clean-energy firm Fortum will buy the Swedish VG Power Turbo AB’s and VG Power Tools AB's generator businesses.
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UK’s Centrica to cut 1,500 jobs as part of cost savings program
By EBR Staff Writer
British Gas owner, Centrica has revealed its plans of cutting 1,500 jobs during the course of the year as part of its cost efficiency programme targeted to yield £750m in savings by 2020.
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Huawei releases eLTE SmartGrid solution
Huawei has released its eLTE SmartGrid solution at Hannover MESSE 2017 to speed up the digital transformation of electric power companies.
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NEC, EnspireME to construct 48MW battery energy storage system in Germany
By EBR Staff Writer
NEC has partnered with EnspireME to construct a large-scale battery energy storage system in Jardelund, Germany.
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Ice Energy, NRG Energy to install energy storage systems in California, US
By EBR Staff Writer
Ice Energy, an energy storage provider for the grid, has collaborated with NRG Energy to install its Ice Bear 30 systems in California, US.
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Duke Energy Florida files mid-year rate adjustment with Florida Public Service Commission
Duke Energy Florida (DEF) filed a mid-year adjustment for electric rates with the Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC).
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Tonik, Powervault to trial new smart energy storage tariff model in UK
Tonik Energy and Powervault announced a collaboration to assess the potential for a revolutionary new smart tariff model that could bring batteries into the mainstream in UK homes and significantly reduce bills.
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Eneco, Mitsubishi team up to build 48MW battery system in Germany
By EBR Staff Writer
Dutch utility Eneco has partnered with Mitsubishi to build 48MW/50MWh battery in Schleswig-Holstein in northern Germany.
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JCPB completing Energy Authority transition; initiates rebranding effort
As the Johnson City Power Board completes its transition to an Energy Authority business model, JCPB’s Board of Directors have initiated a process to rebrand the electric utility.
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World’s Biggest Battery Energy Storage Facilities
By Byomakesh Biswal
Since the invention of electricity there is always a challenge to store it for future use. With the technological advancement, battery storage has offered a way to store energy chemically-especially renewable energy, so that it can be used at the point of demand or to balance grid. Amid surge in solar and wind power generation and their intermittent nature, the battery storage demand has increased manifold, and now batteries are big enough to give power backup to mega cities.
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