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Prysmian wins EUR300m submarine power cable links contract in France Italian cable manufacturer Prysmian has secured a contract worth over €300m to provide submarine power cable links for three offshore wind farms in France. Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News

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Energy Efficiency

Mon Power, Potomac Edison unveil residential energy efficiency program in West Virginia
Mon Power and Potomac Edison have introduced a residential energy efficiency program in West Virginia, to help customers save energy and money.
Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News
New report says demand reduction can meet Michigan’s electricity needs
A report issued by Advanced Energy Economy Institute finds that a combination of demand reduction strategies could entirely offset a projected 2,000 megawatt (MW) increase in summer peak demand in the Lower Peninsula from 2017 to 2026, avoid or defer the need to construct additional power plants, and save up to $1.2 billion for electricity customers.
Energy Management > Energy Efficiency > News

Energy Infrastructure

New renewable energy digital marketplace launched in Australia
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) energy tech startup GreenSync have launched a new renewable energy digital marketplace to transform the country's energy industry.
Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News
ABB invests in Enbala Power Networks
By CTBR Staff Writer
Swiss power and automation firm ABB has invested in Canada-based Enbala Power Networks to co-develop grid software.
Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News

Energy Storage

Michigan and Utah researchers work to better stabilize batteries for storage
By CTBR Staff Writer
Research from Universities of Utah and of Michigan are working to develop industrial-scale batteries that can store vast amounts of energy for deployment when the sun sets or the wind stops blowing.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
Intertek confirms that Dynapower’s MPS-250 meets UL 1741 SA requirements for smart inverters
Intertek has confirmed that Dynapower’s MPS-250 is the first storage-only energy inverter to meet the UL 1741 SA draft requirements for a smart inverter.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News

Transport Sustainability

Idenergie launches residential energy management platform
Idenergie has launched a residential energy management platform, which integrates highly efficient solar conversion modules, bidirectional electric vehicle charger modules, inverter modules that generate AC current and a smart module to sell electricity to the grid.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
UK plans for more charging stations to encourage low emission vehicles
The UK Government has proposed measures to make electric vehicle chargepoints more widely available for motorists.
Enviro-Care > Air & Environment Management > News