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Smart meters can relieve electricity grids and reduce distribution grid expansion: study
Intelligent meters and metering systems, so-called smart meters, can take pressure off the German electricity grid and substantially reduce the necessary expansion of the distribution grid until 2030.
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National Grid unveils plans for new substation in Amherst, US
National Grid has unveiled plans for a new $16m electric substation in Amherst, which is expected to be in service by August 2015.
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Siemens Smart Grid introduces Energy Engage Mobile application
By EBR Staff Writer
Siemens Smart Grid has introduced a new mobile-web application which will allow utilities to maximize customer engagement and increase operational efficiency.
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SNC-Lavalin wins landmark contract by Manitoba Hydro for Keewatinoow Switchyard
SNC-Lavalin has been awarded a contract by Manitoba Hydro to design and build the Keewatinoow 230-kV AC Switchyard located 775 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg, Canada.
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ADB to invest $228m in energy projects in Pacific
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is planning to invest $228m in energy projects in the Pacific in the next three years.
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Nepal gets ADB loan to tackle power shortages
By EBR Staff Writer
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $180m loan to help Nepal tackle power shortages and rural supply gaps.
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£1million energy advice programme opens for business
Householders up and down the country are set to benefit from an extensive programme of energy saving advice, thanks to further Government funding made available through the Big Energy Saving Network.
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ComEd restores power to majority of customers affected by storms
ComEd, a unit of energy firm Exelon, has restored power to 90% of over 420,000 customers who were affected by fast-moving storms on 30 June 2014.
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GE's Critical Power business introduces new compact DC-DC converters
By EBR Staff Writer
GE's Critical Power business has introduced its new SHHN000A3CL isolated DC-DC converters, which offer board designers with a single power module to provide bipolar dual output voltages.
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Delta Electronics launches new energy storage solution
By EBR Staff Writer
Taiwan-based Delta Electronics has launched a new energy storage system designed for smart grid applications.
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PPL Electric Utilities plans to replace electric meters
PPL Electric Utilities has submitted a plan to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to replace its 1.4 million electric meters between 2017 and 2019.
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Landis+Gyr secures new electricity meters contract in India
Landis+Gyr has secured a contract from Indian electric utility BESCOM to supply 1.7 million single phase digital electricity meters over the next year.
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PPL Electric Utilities proposes to update electric meters
PPL Electric Utilities has asked the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to approve the replacement of its electric meters with new meters that will improve service to customers.
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Fennovoima, Siemens sign site electrification contract
By EBR Staff Writer
Finnish nuclear energy firm Fennovoima and Germany-based Siemens have signed a contract for the electrification of the power plant site in Hanhikivi headland.
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Ofgem proposes improvements to green tariffs to improve protection for consumers
Ofgem is proposing changes to the green tariffs market to ensure that consumers are empowered in making the right decisions.
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