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Utility sets the benchmark for revenue protection

EPM is a group of 48 companies from six countries—Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Panama. The Group is owned by the Municipality of Medellín and serves more than 20 million consumers of public services in energy, water and natural gas.
Clarion Energy

Clarion Energy launches unifying Enlit brand at European Utility Week and...

Clarion Energy has unveiled today unveiled Enlit – the new name for European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe – in front of 18,000 industry leaders in Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.
software

$627,000 software controls and storage contract awarded

A contract totalling $627,000 for the provision of software controls and energy storage for Energias Limpias De CentroAmerica (ELCA) as part of their Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS) project has been awarded to CleanSpark.
energy customer

Chile’s largest utility signs 12-month customer engagement deal

Naturgy has contracted with Eliq to deliver a 12- month customer engagement project for its subsidiary CGE, Chile’s largest electricity utility.
Poland wind energy

GE scores 132.5MW onshore wind win in Brazil with EDF

General Electric has been awarded a contract to supply 132.5 MW of wind turbines from its Cypress platform to EDF Renewables in Brazil.
Mexico renewables

Cubico investments see 600MW renewable portfolio go live in Mexico

Cubico has announced that it has reached operations on a 600 MW renewable portfolio in Mexico.
water loss

Brazil’s water and sewage department selects Itron to avoid water loss

The Department of Water and Sewage of Americana in Sao Paulo, Brazil has embarked on an initiative to reduce water loss in partnership with Itron.
GE wind turbine collapses

Finally: GE engineer shares reasons for multiple turbine failures

After no less than 5 turbines collapses in both North and South America in 2019 left many in the wind energy industry scratching their heads, a top GE engineer, who has led the company’s investigations into the incidents, has shared findings, noting that in the case of the first four turbine collapses, several factors were to blame, rather than “a single systemic issue”.
Brazil

Brazil secures huge EIB funding to accelerate renewable energy adoption

EIB to provide Brazil with a EUR 150 million credit to boost the country’s portfolio of renewable energy.
Colombia renewables

Global interest in Colombia’s auction for renewables spikes

Colombia’s upcoming energy auction for large-scale solar and wind projects has drawn interest from no-less than 27 companies

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