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Siemens partners Ohio university to develop smart grid skills




German technology giant Siemens has formed an academic partnership with Case Western Reserve University in Ohio to provide students with the skills needed to operate and advance the USA’s energy grid.
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Renault signs smart charging deals with EDF, Enel and Total




French car maker Renault has signed agreements with key stakeholders in the European energy markets. The group’s latest ventures in association with EDF, Total and Enel are part of its plan to develop a smart electric ecosystem to promote the take-up of electric cars.
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New York to spend $173m modernising power grid




The New York Power Authority is spending $173m to modernise the state’s power grid. Sensors will report grid problems in near real time to improve reliability.
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Portland GE plans smart grid test bed




Portland General Electric (PGE) plans to build a smart grid test bed that will integrate smart grid technology on a scale never before attempted in the USA. Slated to begin next year, the project aims to accelerate PGE's vision for a clean energy future through partnering with its customers to decarbonise the grid.
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ABB opens smart energy innovation centre in Singapore




Swiss engineering company ABB has opened an innovation centre in Singapore to help its customers develop smart energy and industrial technologies.
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Dewa invests AED93m to expand smart grid




The Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (Dewa) is investing AED93m to expand its smart grid network and improve its reliability.
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Duke Energy to expand renewables in South Carolina




Duke Energy is planning to expand renewable energy options for its commercial and industrial customers in South Carolina. The Green Source Advantage programme will give large non-residential customers the option to secure solar or other renewable energy to satisfy their sustainability or clean energy goals.
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