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- Idaho regulators change timeline on Avista-Hydro One dealHydro One is the largest electricity transmission and distribution provider in the Canadian province of Ontario
- Flood waters swamp retired coal power plant lagoonThe 1,100-acre reservoir is a former cooling pond at the L.V. Sutton Power Station in Wilmington and is adjacent to three large coal-ash dumps
- One GW of solar capacity went offline after Hurricane FlorenceDuke energy issued a fact sheet on Thursday, September 20 outlining the damages that Hurricane Florence caused to the 3,000 MW (3 GW) of solar capacity connected to the Duke Energy system in North Carolina.
- Report: Utility investment in fiber optics could enhance smart gridFiber optics could be a business opportunity while improving the connection between smart devices and the grid, researchers say.
- Siemens, E.On use 3D-printed burner for SGT-700 gas turbineAdditive manufacturing is revolutionizing the development and production of components
- Connecticut utilities fended off cyber attacksFour utility companies participated in the security review, conducted by Connecticut's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority
- PG&E appoints new vice president of power generationPowell will report to Steve Malnight, senior vice president, energy supply and policy
- Ares Management, Starwood Energy to sell 660 MW transmission line to investorsHTP is a joint venture formed solely to develop, construct, operate and maintain the Hudson Transmission Project
- Case study: Green Mountain Power seeks transformation of communication networkUntil recently, GMP had relied on serial communications connected over radio modems that used leased telephone lines for SCADA monitoring and control of its substations–an antiquated technological approach to its substation monitoring and control needs. Over time, this approach had become unstable, inefficient and costly to maintain.
- New Jersey looks to wind energy to make up for nuclear plant lossDemocratic Gov. Phil Murphy wants to have at least 3,500 MW of wind energy off the state's coast by 2030