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What are you witnessing in you region with regard to the use of EHV and UHV Transmission Lines for Voltage Control?

In your region, are you experiencing increased removal of EHV and/or UHV Transmission Lines/cables for voltage control? Is it a result of increased renewables or transmission expansion?


The U.S. is spending more money on electricity transmission and distribution than on generation

Utilities are spending more on delivering electricity than they are on producing it. Expect that trend to sustain over the decade.

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European Commission approves Romania's first cross-border smart grid project

Nov. 24—BUCHAREST — The European Commission approved Romania's first cross-border smart grid project, developed in partnership by Delgaz Grid SA, the electricity and natural gas distribution company, part of the E.ON group,...