The 800 kV North-East Agra UHVDC (ultrahigh-voltage direct current) link will have a record 8,000 MW converter capacity, transmitting clean hydroelectric power, equivalent to the generation of 8 large power plants, from India's northeast region to the city of Agra, a distance of 1,728 km. The North-East Agra project is ABB’s fifth HVDC transmission link in India.
Meade County Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation (MCRECC), a Midwest member-owned non-profit utility, is at the leading edge of utility management technology and is helping show other cooperatives in the area how it’s done....More
The New York Power Authority today announced it has expanded its program to help municipal utilities green their vehicle fleets after Fairport Electric bought a plug-in hybrid bucket truck and passenger vehicle....More
The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) has announced the finalists for its 2016 Solar Power Player Awards, with the winners to be honored at a special event Sept. 13, at Solar Power International (SPI) in Las Vegas....More