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El Paso Electric appoints Mary Kipp as new president

Mary Kipp, senior vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer, has been appointed as president of El Paso Electric 

U.S. Trade and Development Agency helps modernize Vietnam power grid

USTDA also finalized an agreement with the Electricity Regulatory Authority of Vietnam for an automated demand response feasibility study and pilot project 

Hurricane Odile downs power lines, cuts power in Mexico

As travelers wait to be taken to safety, connecting with relatives and loved ones has proven difficult due to the sparse cell phone reception and downed power lines 

NYISO discusses distributed energy resources for New York

DER power generation and storage resources are typically located on or near an end-user’s property and supply all or a portion of the end-user’s electricity 

Brazil suspends auction for Tapajós 6.1 GW hydro plant

The Brazilian government has suspended the auction of the 6.1 GW São Luiz do Tapajós hydroelectric plant earmarked for December 

Power grid-tied energy storage taking off

Developing energy storage that is viable for power grid applications has been a goal of vendors and grid operators for a number of years

Greens leave Finnish government over nuclear energy

The exit weakens Prime Minister Alexander Stubb's coalition though it retains a majority in Parliament by one seat 

U.S. veterans get training to install solar panels

The U.S. will train at least 50,000 veterans to become solar panel installers in the next six years, the White House said Thursday 

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