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Australian town Huntlee could be first off-grid, but what about everyone else?

Feb 03 - Guardian Web - Living off-grid used to be something that people had to do to support modern life in remote communities but living without centralised power is becoming an increasingly mainstream concept. More...

GE signs power up plan with Iraqi Ministry of Electricity

Feb 03, 2016 -- MarketLine - General Electric has announced that it is signing a power up plan with the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity for critical electricity generation and maintenance projects. More...

Snowy Hydro announces management changes

Feb 03, 2016 -- MarketLine - Snowy Hydro Limited has named Roger Whitby as COO and John McGagh as chief digital officer. More...

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EBRD supports efficient electricity generation in Atyrau, Kazakhstan

Feb 02 - Global Data Point - The EBRD is providing a five-year loan in the local currency, tenge, for the equivalent of $5.9 million to Sagat Energy, a private company registered in Kazakhstan. More...

First Solar announces opening of two solar plants in New South Wales

Feb 02, 2016 -- MarketLine - First Solar, Inc. has announced the opening of two utility-scale solar plants located in New South Wales. More...

Nepra approves Rs 3.83/unit cut in electricity prices

Feb 02 - Daily Pakistan Today - National Electric Power Regulatory Authority on Tuesday approved the summery pertaining to decrease power prices by Rs 3.83 per unit. More...

Is Nuclear Energy Good For Australia’s Economy?

Jan 29 - Investing News Network - The Australian reported that Malcolm Turnbull and his Resources Minister, Josh Frydenberg look to get Australia more involved in the nuclear industry. More...

BHEL commissions two 220/20kV substations in Afghanistan

Jan 29, 2016 -- MarketLine - Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, or BHEL, has commissioned two 220/20kV substations in Afghanistan. More...

Power meters plan reviewed

BAHRAIN -- Jan 30 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Mohammed Al A'Ali Gulf Daily News, Manama, Bahrain - Concerns there could be a surge in brothels or illegal labour camps if people are allowed to install multiple electricity meters inside homes have prompted a review. More...

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