Trading News

  1. Siemens Receives Major Order From TenneT For DolWin6 Offshore Grid Connection
    7/17/2017

    Siemens has received another order from the German-Dutch grid operator, TenneT TSO, for a grid connection for offshore wind power plants in the German waters of the North Sea. The company will supply the entire technology for efficient direct-current transmission for the "DolWin6" grid connection

  2. ABB Wins $30M Order To Upgrade Nordic HVDC Link
    7/12/2017

    ABB has won an order worth around $30M from Svenska Kraftnät in Sweden and Energinet in Denmark. ABB will upgrade the control and protection system for the Konti-Skan high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission link with its latest ABB Ability MACH technology. The order was booked in the second quarter of 2017.

  3. No Fan, No Airflow, No Problem; GE Launches Power Supply Family For Demanding Industrial Applications
    6/28/2017

    Adding to its expansive portfolio of power supply solutions, GE (NYSE: GE) has introduced its CC3500 family of conduction-cooled power supplies, providing the ruggedness and reliability needed in demanding industrial applications. The units were specifically designed for end-use products where airflow and fan-cooling is either impractical or impossible.

  4. Prysmian Secures A Project For Submarine Power Cable Links In The Venetian Lagoon
    6/27/2017

    Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, announces that Terna Rete Italia has confirmed a series of additional works — originally included as an option — to be added to the Venetian Lagoon submarine power cable links project, a contract awarded to the Group last year following a European bid.

  5. ABB’s Microgrid To Power Aruba And Support Transition To Renewable Energy
    6/22/2017

    ABB will provide an advanced microgrid to WEB Aruba N.V., the main power utility serving the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba. ABB’s software, automation and control technologies will help WEB Aruba integrate solar and wind energy, forecast and plan better and optimize operations in real-time, while meeting Aruba’s growing demand for electricity.

  6. American Transmission Co. Unveils Groundbreaking New Method For Transmission Line Construction
    6/21/2017

    American Transmission Co. has developed a new method for installing transmission structure foundations that is faster, safer, more economical and more environmentally friendly than traditional installation methods.

  7. GE Signs A Multi-Year Services Agreement With Jordan’s Samra Electric Power Company
    6/20/2017

    GE Power signed a multi-year agreement (MYA) with Samra Electric Power Company (SEPCO) in Jordan. Under the agreement, GE will provide SEPCO with full plant maintenance services, including parts and repairs for critical power generation equipment for the 1,175 megawatts (MW) Samra Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) Power Plant in the Zarqa region, which feeds power into the national grid for both residential and commercial use.

  8. NV Energy Seeks 50 ‘Qualifying Facility’ Megawatts Of Renewable Energy Or Cogeneration Resources
    6/14/2017

    Responding to a requirement from the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, NV Energy has announced that it is seeking proposals to secure 25 megawatts of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission-defined “qualifying facility” resources in southern Nevada and 25 megawatts of such qualifying facilities in northern Nevada

  9. ABB To Provide Reliable Power Supply For A Canadian Data Center
    5/24/2017

    ABB will supply an integrated substation to Hypertec to support the expansion of an existing data center, to meet growing demand.

  10. ABB Strengthens Commitment To Canada
    5/24/2017

    ABB recently officially inaugurated its new $90 million state-of-the-art Canadian headquarters and Customer Innovation Center, which will serve 700 employees who were previously spread across six locations in Greater Montreal. Campus Montreal houses research and development, manufacturing, assembly and testing for ABB's energy value chain.