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  • ISLAMABAD, Feb 4- Pakistan has shelved plans to privatize its power supply companies and will miss deadlines to sell other loss-making state firms, reneging on promises it made to the IMF in return for a $6.7 billion bailout three years ago. Two government officials with direct knowledge of the situation said International Monetary Fund officials who met...

  • ISLAMABAD, Feb 4- Pakistan has shelved plans to privatise its power supply companies and will miss deadlines to sell other loss-making state firms, reneging on promises Islamabad had made to the IMF in return for a $6.7 billion bailout three years ago. Two government officials with direct knowledge of the situation said International Monetary Fund officials...

  • ISLAMABAD, Feb 4- Pakistan has shelved plans to privatise its power supply companies and will miss deadlines to sell other loss-making state firms, reneging on promises Islamabad had made to the IMF in return for a $6.7 billion bailout three years ago. Two government officials with direct knowledge of the situation said International Monetary Fund officials...

  • UAE'S DANA GAS SAYS SUPPLYING CHEMCHEMAL POWER PLANT AND PLANT IS OPERATING AT 50 PCT OF PRODUCTION CAPACITY.

  • BUENOS AIRES, Jan 29- Argentina's energy minister on Friday announced new power rates on the back of subsidy cuts that could see the bills of some consumers jump six-fold, saying that a near total freeze on tariffs in parts of the country had left the power grid "on the brink of collapse." Minister Juan Jose Aranguren said the government of newly-elected Mauricio...

  • Jan 29- Hydro One Ltd, Ontario's largest electric utility said it will buy an electricity transmission business from Brookfield Infrastructure for C $222 million. Hydro One began trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange in November after its initial public offering, one of the largest in Canadian history. Hydro One's shares were mostly flat at C $22.45 in morning...

  • The Dec. 23 incident in Ukraine was the first cyber attack to cause a power outage, and is one of just a handful of incidents in which computer hacking has caused physical effects on infrastructure rather than the loss or theft of electronic data. A similar attack in the United States could cripple utilities and leave millions of people in the dark, costing the...

  • BRASILIA, Jan 27- A Brazilian federal court has revoked a lower court's injunction that had suspended the operating license for the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam, one of the world's largest, Brazil's Energy Ministry said in a Twitter post on Wednesday. Belo Monte, a dam built on the Xingu River in the middle of the Amazon forest, will have a total installed capacity...

  • *Ukraine sitting on "powder keg" of more attacks. Jan 27- Hackers were able to attack four sections of Ukraine's power grid with malware late last year because of basic security lapses and they could take down other industrial facilities at any time, a consultant to government investigators said. Three power cuts reported in separate areas of western and central...

  • BEIJING, Jan 27- China is on course to meet its target to raise its total installed nuclear capacity to 58 gigawatts after a resumption in new project approvals last year, an official with the country's nuclear agency said on Wednesday. Xu Dazhe, the chairman of the China Atomic Energy Authority, told reporters that China now had 30 reactors in operation, with a...

  • Future of electricity

    Steve Bolze, GE Power & Water president & CEO, weighs in on global power needs and the massive capital needed to build out the infrastructure.

  • Harvesting solar from the skies

    Next PV wants to capture solar energy with balloons.

  • A world where the grid goes down

    Southern Company President, Chairman and CEO Thomas Fanning, weighs in on whether a situation where the power grid goes down is realistic in the U.S.

  • The idea behind cycling for free electricity

    Manoj Bhargava, founder and CEO of Living Essentials, explains how his Free Electric bikes help to power whole households.

  • Will a new UK power station fill the energy gap?

    Paul Dorfman, senior research assiocate at the Energy Institute in University College London, criticises the plans for a new U.K. nuclear power station because it could be too expensive and take too long to build.

  • Duke Energy CEO:  We can absorb rate hike

    Lynn Good, Duke Energy CEO talks with CNBC's Kate Kelly about her tenure at the company and how a rate hike will impact the cost of capital.

  • Duke Energy CEO:  Eye on renewable energy

    CNBC's Kate Kelly talks with Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good about the benefits of cheap commodity prices and the move towards cleaner energy.

  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

    India's prime minister is to tell states to raise electricity prices in return for access to a financial bailout package.

  • Jim Chanos and Elon Musk

    Short-selling specialist Jim Chanos is stepping up his attack on two companies led by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk.

  • Nest 3rd generation thermostat

    Connected device company Nest Labs will release a 3rd version of the Learning Thermostat. Re/code reports.