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New transmission line to connect Germany’s northern wind farms with its southern manufacturing centers

Yesterday, Tractebel said that it won a 6-year EPCM (engineering, procurement, and construction management) contract with Germany's biggest transmission grid operator, TenneT for the execution of a new 380-kV overhead transmission line, covering a distance of 145...

Report: T&D industry should focus on digital skills training to accelerate energy transition

Barriers in implementing digitalization measures in the transmission and distribution (T&D) industry could hold back the success of the global energy transition, says one of the findings from a new DNV GL report, titled Digitalization and the...

PG&E: Power lines may have started 2 California fires

PG&E told the California Public Utilities Commission that a worker responded to the first fire around 4:45 p.m. Sunday and was told firefighters believe contact between a power line and a communication line may have caused it.

KEMA Laboratories changing ownership

The completion of the transaction is expected to take place at the end of 2019, subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals.

ABB Q&A: From switchgear to HVDC and beyond

ABB recently unveiled its first energy storage project and opened a new product development center in Connecticut. Cloud computing and robotics are additional endeavors for the ever evolving firm.

Bonneville Power Administration to join California ISO’s energy market

Since its launch in 2014, the Western EIM has enhanced grid reliability while generating $736 million in gross benefits to its nine participating entities

Montana co-op moves from power line carrier system to Sensus solution

The real-time speed and accuracy of the new system has also helped Ravalli advance their outage management and response efforts.

GE wins order to upgrade India’s West Bengal Grid

The order from West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Co., one of the state's largest transmission utilities, will address the growing energy demand of the state and provide the utility with the latest transmission infrastructure.

Ashley Morris becomes Mon Power’s first woman line worker

With nearly 100 years of service to West Virginia customers, Mon Power made history when its first-ever female line worker joined the workforce in June.