PG&E kick-starts daily aerial patrols against wildfires

The US utility has started daily aerial patrols to spot wild-fires across thousands of miles of its territory. PG&E...
Black & Veatch restructuring

Black & Veatch restructures to address energy transition

US-headquartered multinational energy company Black & Veatch has reorganized its global power business to put a fresh emphasis on its renewables arm and launch a distributed energy group.

ENGIE boosts energy transition expertise with Conti acquisition

French utility ENGIE’s recent flurry of new acquisitions, green bond issuances and government-partnerships and has been complemented by the acquisition of US-based energy services and construction company Conti Corporation.

Ameren seeks $1 million decrease in consumer energy bills

Ameren Missouri has filed a proposal with the Missouri Public Service Commission to reduce bills for all its customers.
Mitsubishi Hitachi

New partnership enters illinois race to retire coal-power plants

J Power has partnered with Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems to reduce carbon emissions from energy generation in illinois.
texas wind energy

EDF awards construction contracts for 514MW of wind

EDF Renewables North America has awarded construction and engineering company Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives the construction contracts for two of its wind farms in the state of Texas, with a total capacity of 514MW.
city of flora

City of Flora adopts AMIoT technology for energy business

The City of Flora in the US state of illinois has selected OATI to deploy an advanced metering infrastructure
Bureau of Reclamation

Bureau of Reclamation announces $29.1 million in efficiency funding

The Bureau of Reclamation has issued $29.1 million in grants to enhance energy and water conservation in 13 states.
clean energy workforce

ComEd files 2018 ‘Workforce Development Report’

ComEd has submitted to the illinois Commerce Commission a report on how its has managed its clean energy workforce in 2018.
wind farm repowering

Siemens Gamesa wins largest wind farm repowering order in US history

Siemens Gamesa has been selected by MidAmerican Energy Company for the largest repowering order in US history – the renewal of the Rolling Hills wind power project for a total of 429.3 MW.

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