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ENGIE acquires 30-year greenfield concession project in Brazil
French multinational electric utility company ENGIE has acquired a 30-year greenfield concession project in Brazil through a tender process launched by Sterlite.
Myanmar begins second phase of National Electrification Project
Mandalay Electricity Supply Corporation, Electricity Supply Enterprise, Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MoEE) and Hitachi Soe Electric & Machinery (HISEM) have signed a contract agreement in Myanmar capital city Nay Pyi Taw for the second phase of National Electrification Project (NEP).
Hellenic wins cable supply contract for Mayflower Wind project in US
Power and telecom cable manufacturer Hellenic Cables has signed an agreement with Semco Maritime to supply inter-array cables for the Mayflower Wind project located off the coast of Massachusetts, US.
Centrica and sonnen create advanced Virtual Power Plant
British energy services company Centrica and German home energy storage specialist sonnen claim to have created the UK’s most advanced Virtual Power Plant (VPP) by installing a network of 100 domestic batteries in a cloud platform.
NewX Energy and PTBPP sign JV agreement for projects worth $2.6bn
NewX Energy has signed a joint venture (JV) agreement with Bintan Power Plant Group (PTBPP) for technology infrastructure projects worth $2.6bn.
New York to invest $2bn in utility energy efficiency initiatives
The New York Government in the US is set to invest an additional $2bn in utility energy efficiency and electrification initiatives to combat climate change.
LBH International Delivers Expansion Joints to Major Engineering Client
LBH International has successfully delivered 16 hinged expansion joints for one of the leading engineering companies in power application.
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