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EIA Global Outlook Predicts Gas-Fired and Renewables Rising, Carbon Intensity Falling By Rod Walton, Senior Editor Renewable energy's share of global electricity generation will match coal-fired power by 2040, according to the new international outlook by...

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EIA Global Outlook Predicts Gas-Fired and Renewables Rising, Carbon Intensity Falling By Rod Walton, Senior Editor Renewable energy's share of global electricity generation will match coal-fired power by 2040, according to the new international outlook by...

NERC says cyber attack risk is growing, but no power outages yet

There were no reportable cybersecurity incidents in 2016 and, therefore, no events that caused loss of load

EPCOR completes advanced metering deployment in Edmonton, Alberta

Landis+Gyr IoT network and devices enable new smart grid applications

N.H. regulators authorize Northern Pass Transmission to begin operations as public utility

Northern Pass intends to build, operate and maintain the 192-mile, high-voltage electric transmission line from the international border between New Hampshire and Canada to a substation in Deerfield, N.H.

ABB completes HVDC system upgrade, delivering hydropower from Canada to U.S.

The 1,500-km link will enable populous centers like Boston to benefit from renewable sources of electricity

VIDEO: Siemens to supply 141 turbines for wind power plant in New Mexico, Texas

Broadview Wind project with a combined capacity of 324 MW

VIDEO: ABB completes HVDC upgrade, sending hydropower from Canada to U.S.

The transmission link can provide enough hydroelectricity for 3.8 million people, based on average household consumption

VIDEO: Empire State Connector HVDC transmission project wins FERC approval

Proposed transmission project clears milestone to deliver zero-emission energy generated in upstate New York into New York City

VIDEO: National Grid wins OK to build New Hampshire to Massachusetts power lines

The New Hampshire portion of the Merrimack Valley Reliability Project is about 17.9 miles long, of 24.4 total miles, and is within existing National Grid and Eversource rights of way