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Siemens Gamesa signs major French offshore wind deal

France's plans to develop its offshore wind industry have taken a significant step forward with the signing of a deal with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE).

Saudi windpower market set for 6 GW growth

Saudi Arabia will become a regional heavyweight in windpower by the early 2020's, according to new research.

Prysmian to connect floating offshore wind farm to local power grid

All submarine cables will be produced by Prysmian 

JEA, EDF Renewables sign solar power agreements

The project was awarded in 2018 after a procurement process conducted by JEA

EDF launches blockchain-enabled renewables trading pilot

Energy customers in a south London housing estate will soon be trading solar power amongst themselves, thanks to a blockchain pilot project by Repowering London, and University College London.

FERC issues final EIS for 393 MW Swan Lake North Pumped Storage Project

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff have issued a final environmental impact statement (EIS) for the licensing of Swan Lake North Hydro LLC's proposed 393.3-MW Swan Lake North Pumped Storage Project.

Customer engagement in the era of distributed energy

Since the birth of the modern utility industry, utilities have been built around parallel tracks of grid management and customer service. Over time, those individual tracks have evolved, but have remained in parallel – separate and siloed. Today, however, those parallel tracks are converging in a way that will forever reshape the utility industry.

EDF, Masdar build Saudi Arabian wind farm

Last week EDF Renewables and Masdar (the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company) announced that they won the bid to build the 400-MW Dumat al Jandal wind farm, located 560 miles from north of Riyadh in the Al Jouf region of north-western Saudi Arabia.

EDF Renewables enters into 206 MW Canadian wind project with First Nation tribe

EDF signed a 20-year support agreement with the Alberta Electricity System Operator for the 201.6-MW Cypress Wind project. Construction on Cypress Wind is scheduled to begin in 2020 with completion expected a year later.

Energy storage in California is about to get much cleaner—Here’s how

California recently joined other leading states, provinces, cities, and corporations around the world by setting an ambitious 100 percent carbon-free electricity target. It's a landmark, not because California was the first, but because it is the biggest. The state ranks as the fifth-largest economy in the world.