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ABB wins orders to upgrade Kilmarnock South substation in Scotland ABB has secured contracts worth about $17m to upgrade SP Energy Networks' 275kV Kilmarnock South substation in East Ayrshire, Scotland. Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News

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Energy Efficiency

Australia's CEFC and Westpac to provide $146m clean energy financing to businesses
By CTBR Staff Writer
Australia's Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) and Westpac have partnered for a A$200m ($146m) financing programme to help businesses invest in clean energy projects like solar and energy storage.
Energy Management > Energy Efficiency > News
NYCEEC gets $10m loan from Bank of America for clean energy projects
By CTBR Staff Writer
The New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation (NYCEEC) has obtained a $10m loan from Bank of America for clean energy projects.
Energy Management > Energy Efficiency > News

Energy Infrastructure

Prysmian achieves milestones in power transmission
By CTBR Staff Writer
Prysmian Group has developed and tested its new 700kV MI-PPL (mass impregnated) and 600kV extruded (XLPE) cable systems for high voltage direct current (HVDC) applications.
Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News
Pfisterer to connect two converter stations within DolWin3 HVDC link in Germany
By CTBR Staff Writer
Pfisterer has secured a contract to connect two converter stations within the 900MW DolWin3 offshore wind high voltage direct current (HVDC) link in the German North Sea.
Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News

Energy Storage

RES to deliver battery storage solutions to UK grid
By CTBR Staff Writer
Renewable Energy Systems (RES) has signed an agreement with National Grid to deliver a battery storage system to support grid balancing in the UK.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
Northern Power Systems concludes strategic review of business
By CTBR Staff Writer
Northern Power Systems after extensive consideration of its business direction, said that it will dedicate its focus to distributed energy solutions, including the design, manufacture and sale of distributed wind turbines and integrated microgrid and distributed energy storage solutions, featuring its state-of-the-art controller and smart power converters.
Green Power > Wind > News

Transport Sustainability

NEL ASA starts feasibility study for large-scale hydrogen production in Norway
By CTBR Staff Writer
NEL ASA has started a feasibility study for large-scale hydrogen production in Norway, which can be exported to the European and Japanese markets.
Energy Management > Transport Sustainability > News
US DOE's ARPA-E announces $60m in funding for two new energy programs
By CTBR Staff Writer
The US Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has announced $60m in funding for two new programs that intend to speed up the development of novel energy technologies.
Energy Management > Transport Sustainability > News