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Illinois Becomes National Leader in Clean Energy

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CHICAGO –Illinois officially became a national leader in the fight for clean energy on Wednesday, as the state’s landmark climate bill was passed. “Our goal from the start was to adopt reliable, renewable and affordable energy policies that create thousands of jobs in a burgeoning green energy economy and put Illinois at the forefront...

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September 11 Had a Major Impact on the Energy Industry – in Wyoming and Beyond | Energy Journal

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Transmission lines extend towards the horizon in May 2017 as they carry electricity from the Laramie River Station coal-fired power plant outside of Wheatland. The terrorist attacks of September 11 have raised concerns about the security of the country’s energy infrastructure. Dossier Alan Rogers, Star-Tribune Energy infrastructure underpins just about everything. An overhead network...

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Electricity is now restored for 70% of Entergy customers in Louisiana

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In an update Wednesday morning, Entergy announced that 646,000 customers have been fully recovered. This represents 70 percent of the total 948,000 customers who were without power after Hurricane Ida. Breakdown information from 6.30 a.m. on Wednesday September 8: Entergy Entergy says its plan has focused on restoring service to critical customers first and...

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DISCOM’s overhaul plan could speed up payments and strengthen transport network

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The Ministry of Power (Swab) last month released detailed guidelines for the reform-based results-based power distribution program over the next five years. The program aims to reduce overall technical and commercial (AT&C) losses across India to 12-15% and improve the quality and reliability of consumers’ power supply through a financially and operationally efficient distribution...

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Worley wins Jansz-Io Compression contract with Chevron

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Chevron has selected Australian engineering firm Worley to provide engineering and construction management services to the US giant’s recently sanctioned Jansz-Io Compression (J-IC) project off Western Australia. Worely did not disclose the value of the contract, but the contractor said he would provide detailed engineering, design and construction management services for the power transmission...

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Main key players in the active electricity transmission, control and distribution market: Duke Energy, Engie, National Grid, NextEra Energy, Elctricit de France, etc.

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Assess the Scope: Electric Power Transmission, Control and Distribution Market, 2020-28The Electric Power Transmission, Control and Distribution Market Assessment Report offers a comprehensive assessment of the core areas that contribute huge share to the enterprise share in the same way as gives an assessment of the latest models and market drivers that expect a...

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