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ABB

 

ABB has announced a strategic realignment of its global transformer manufacturing, engineering and service footprint to enhance competitiveness in a dynamic market environment marked by increasing competition and consolidation in the rail industry. The move is part of the ‘Power Up’ transformation program in ABB’s Power Grids division.

 

 

Hydro-Québec

 

Hydro-Québec’s research institute IREQ continues to make progress with its LineDrone project. The drone can now land semiautonomously thanks to the addition of a new onboard vision system.

 

 

CANwea

 

Glenn Thibeault, Ontario’s Minister of Energy, has released the updated Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP), Delivering Fairness and Choice. As part of this plan, the LTEP remains committed to achieving Ontario’s climate goals and forecasts heightened need for electricity supply in the coming years to support the transition to a low-carbon economy.

 

 

Kontrol

 

Kontrol Energy Corp. through its operating division Kontrol Technologies Inc., is integrating its real-time energy management system, the Kontrol EMS, with Blockchain technology.

 

 

Eaton Award

 

Eaton’s distributed low-voltage power system was one of the winners of a ShowStopper Award at the National Electrical Contractors Association conference in Seattle earlier this month. Other winners include…

 

 

Clean Energy Canada

 

What does Canada’s energy future look like over the longer term? It’s a critical and timely question—made even more relevant as our country, at least many of our political and business leaders, gets embroiled once again in a polarized debate about pipelines.

 

 

CDP/Bullfrog

 

Bullfrog Power has announced that CDP, formerly Carbon Disclosure Project, the not-for-profit organization that houses the world’s largest collection of self-disclosed corporate environmental data and founder of the global disclosure platform, has accredited Bullfrog Power as its first Canada-focused renewable energy partner

 

 

Nova Scotia Power

 

Nova Scotia Power plans to put the power in our customers’ hands by introducing smart meters for all residents and businesses, providing them with more access to information about how and when they use energy. The company applied to its regulator, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board, today for approval of the $133 million dollar project which would see the first smart meters rolled out in 2019.

 

 

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