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POWER ENGINEERING NEWS

DNV GL were recent winners of an E.ON-organised competition to test accuracy in wind power computer modelling.

Six of the top ten greenest utilities in the world are European, according to new rankings compiled by Energy Intelligence.

The US Department of Homeland Security announced midweek that computer hackers had s targeted control systems made by General Electric Co. and Siemens AG for water and energy companies since at least 2011.

France’s biggest power utility, EDF, is investigating potential threats to its nuclear power fleet, following a spate of incidents involving drones in recent months.

In its latest bid to reduce a $37bn debt, E.ON is asking for bids for its Spanish power business, with plenty of interested parties in the wings.

Danish Climate and Energy minister Rasmus Helveg Petersen says his department is considering the prospect of completely removing coal from its energy mix within a decade.

Higher taxes being imposed by Sweden’s new left-wing government, coupled with higher maintenance costs, are likely to lead to the shutdown of several of the country’s older nuclear reactors.

The Ghanaian government plans to confront its serious blackout issue by adding 770 MW to the national grid by the end of next year.

Germany’s biggest utility’s attempts to reduce its debt, through the sale of its Italian assets is being frustrated by more delays.

This week's Power Engineering International Newscast features stories from Europe, China, India, North Africa and North America.

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