Brazil will auction by December contracts to build power lines connecting as much as 6,900 megawatts of planned wind farms in an effort to ensure the turbines will be able to send electricity to the grid once they’re installed.
A swath of the Midwest that’s home to 63.9 million people faced a third day of tornadoes, powerful thunderstorms and damaging hail from the same system that spawned yesterday’s deadly Oklahoma twister.
Grupo Isolux Corsan SA’s task of laying power lines across the Amazon jungle ran into an unexpected obstacle last year when Brazil took more than six months to grant visas for 200 specialized Chinese workers.
K+S AG Chief Executive Officer Norbert Steiner said public support for industrial projects is in decline in a speech today to shareholders of the German potash maker, which has faced environmental protests over its mines.
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. will take over operations of the Long Island Power Authority, leaving the state-owned utility without any day-to-day responsibilities after thousands of its customers were left without power for weeks by Hurricane Sandy.
Entergy Corp. and ITC Holdings, the largest independent U.S. owner of high-voltage power lines, face negotiations “for ransom” as five states and the city of New Orleans review the planned sale of Entergy’s high-voltage power lines to Novi, Michigan-based ITC.
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. may take over operations of the Long Island Power Authority, leaving the state-owned utility a holding company with no day- to-day responsibilities after thousands of its customers were left in the dark for weeks by Hurricane Sandy.