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Belgium’s Elia eyes up Dutch and French TSOs

Elia, Belgium's transmission system operator (TSO), is reportedly considering buying stakes in two neighbouring grid operators, TenneT of the Netherlands and France’s RTE.

TenneT increases German offshore grid investment to $22bn

Grid operator TenneT said on Wednesday it has increased planned investments in its German grid by about $4.1bn, bringing its total investment budget for the next decade to $22bn.

Mexico to finance $800m hydro projects

The Mexican government has given its approval for the construction of four hydroelectric projects in three states, according to country's Federal Electricity Commission as reported by the Dow Jones news agency.

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Nexans to reinforce Belgian grid

Elia, the Belgian Transmission System Operator (TSO), has selected Nexans extra-high voltage cable systems for the major Stevin project to reinforce Belgium’s high voltage power grid.

Virtual reality paving the way for a safer power sector

GlobalData’s latest theme report, ‘Thematic Research: Virtual Reality in Power’, highlights that virtual reality (VR) training could kick off in a big...

Belgium TSO plans EUR3bn, ten-year investment

Elia System Operator NV, the transmission system operator (TSO) in Belgium and eastern Germany, plans to invest EUR3bn ($3.7bn) over the next ten years to enhance its grid, as well as in the development of offshore wind.

Mexico moves to liberalization

Mexico`s energy secretary has said that the government hopes to complete restructuring of state-owned power companies by the end of the current administration.

Chinese make big inroads in nuclear power

The Chinese strategy of tackling air pollution saw greater development in the country’s nuclear sector in 2014.GlobalData have compiled analysis showing the...

Serbia to make giant leap in wind power capacity

According to data from the GlobalData consultancy, wind power is expected to rise to 542 MW by 2025 from its current capacity of just 20 MW.

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