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Daily PennEnergy Power Newsletter   December 10, 2014

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Energy News & Insights

Entergy to buy 1,980 MW Union Power Station

Entergy subsidiaries have signed an agreement to acquire the Union Power Station, a natural gas-fired 1,980-megawatt (summer-rated) generating facility …more>>

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Finland clears way for new nuclear power plant project

The Finnish Parliament has voted to allow the licensing process for a proposed nuclear power plant to move ahead …more>>

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Duke buys remaining stake in East Bend coal power plant

Duke Energy Kentucky to be sole owner of the 600 MW East Bend coal power plant …more>>

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GEH robot completes buried pipe inspection at Texas nuclear plant

The inspection at the site of two Westinghouse-built pressurized water reactors near Bay City, Texas, marks the first deployment of the state-of-the-art robot at a nuclear power plant …more>>

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ABB completes HVDC station upgrade for Canadian interconnection

ABB has successfully commissioned the upgraded 42-year-old Eel River high-voltage direct current (HVDC) back-to-back station in New Brunswick, Canada …more>>

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Increased solar, wind power in California changing net load shapes

As more solar and wind electric generating capacity is added in California, the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) is facing an increasingly different net load shape …more>>

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Sterlite commissions two transmission lines, two substations

Sterlite Grid commissions two transmission lines and two substations of the Bhopal–Dhule transmission project in India …more>>

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S-Energy brings solar renewable energy to LA County schools

S-Energy completes installation of 3.33 megawatts of solar systems at two Los Angeles County schools …more>>

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