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13. A strong storm damaged four of ESO power lines in Stara Zagora region28.08.2018   14:36 
Strong storms and thunders caused serious damage to four 110 kV power lines, ESO reported. Affected by the storm are the110 kV units "Peace", "Unity", "Good luck" and "Progress". The strong wind has demolished 6 pillars in the waters of the "Rozov kladenets"
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14. China Southern Power Grid buys share of European utility06.08.2018   12:07 
The state-owned China Southern Power Grid has acquired a 25.48% interest in the Luxembourg utility company Encevo S.A., Asia Times reports. The move comes after the Chinese company acquired 27.8% stake in Chile’s largest transmission operator in March. The deal is between the
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15. Britain’s energy regulator gives approval to National Grid for Hinklet NPP31.07.2018   09:20 
The energy market regulator in Britain, Ofgem, gave its approval to the National Grid to build a power grid upgrade to connect the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, Reuters reports. Ofgem said it will set the revenue National Grid can earn from the upgrade based partly on the regulator’s
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16. Bulgartransgaz EAD will put into operation the expansion of the transit pipeline for Turkey 31.07.2018   09:43 
Bulgartransgaz EAD will put into operation the expansion of the transit pipeline for Turkey (looping), the Ministry of Energy announced. The construction of the 20 km long gas pipeline from Lozenets to Nedyalsko compressor station was realized with the aim to increase the security and capacity of the
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