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WorleyParsons awarded microgrid project by the University of Toronto
This project will see an entirely direct current microgrid system installed at the University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada.
Nemo link gears up for operation
The first electricity link between Belgium and the UK will start operating at the end of January.
Nexans completes HV cable project to connect Kype Muir wind farm
Nexans has completed a project to provide a 16 km, 132 kV underground grid connection for SP Energy Networks.
Lithuania and Poland in harmony on new link
Lithuania’s and Poland’s transmission system operators have signed an agreement to start development activities on the 'Harmony' submarine link.
Nexans qualifies its 525 kV HVDC underground cable
Nexans has successfully qualified its HVDC cable systems for the German TSOs for operation at 525 kV.
Nexans wins Greek island interconnection contract
Nexans has won the contract for the installation of submarine cable for Greece’s Cyclades Islands interconnection project.
ABB to enable world’s first HVDC grid
The Zhangbei propsed HVDC grid in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei area of China is intended to enable the integration of remote wind, solar and hydro energy in a transmission ring.
ORE Catapult awarded 10-year R&D extension
The Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult has been awarded a consent variation by the Scottish government to operate its 7 MW Levenmouth offshore wind demonstration turbine in Fife until 2029.
Irish grid gives renewables go-ahead
Over 1400 MW of renewables and energy storage capacity has been approved for grid connection by EirGrid, Ireland’s grid operator.
ABB to enable the world’s largest digital substation
ABB is to enable the world’s largest digital substation with the upgrade of one of the biggest air insulated substations ever built.
Spain signs deal on new interconnector with France
Spain and France have signed a grant agreement to help fund a new power interconnector across the Bay of Biscay.
ABB wins $150 m order to grid-connect Hornsea
ABB has won orders worth over $150 million from Ørsted to supply a range of technologies that will help transmit power from Hornsea Project Two to the UK's national grid.
Maritime Link completed
ABB has officially completed the Maritime Link, formally handing over the interconnector to Emera, an energy and services company headquartered in eastern Canada.
Shift needed in electrification for EU goals
European trade body Eurelectric says that a “major shift” in electrification to transport, buildings and industry is required to enable EU nations to meet Paris climate goals.
New SF6-free MV GIS switchgear
Siemens has developed a medium-voltage switchgear that doesn’t require sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) as the insulating gas.
NY Regulators open storm damage probe
New York State utility regulators have told the management of the state's biggest electric utilities that an investigation into preparedness for, and response to, two early March...
European TSOs have restored the norm
Following frequency deviations that affected the Continental Europe Power System between mid-January and the beginning of March, the continental TSOs have restored the situation back...
Prysmian signs framework agreement to upgrade Italian grid
Prysmian Group, the prominent energy and telecom cable systems company, has been awarded a framework contract to upgrade the national power grid.
European frequency disruption traced to Balkan states
ENTSO-E, the association of European TSOs, has reported a severe disruption of the Continental European Power System.