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Star Energy Partners receives investment to expand in Ohio and give more competitive rates
Electricity and energy-related products provider Star Energy Partners has received an undisclosed investment amount from an unnamed investor to allow it to expand its operations.
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Water technology investments have not been popular, but the threat of drought and concerns about a fast-growing population has started a slow change in this area, Gigaom reported.
California-based AutoGrid Systems closes Series C funding with $12.75M
A group of strategic investors which included European utility company E.ON., Foundation Capital and Voyager Capital, led the Series C funding round for AutoGrid Systems which raised $12.75 million.
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Sweden's Vattenfall Europe AG to divest 74.9% stake in power grid back to Hamburg- report
Vattenfall Europe AG will be selling back to Hamburg the 74.9% stake it holds in the city's power grid operator after the citizens agreed on a repurchase, a Bloomberg report said.
Black Hills Corp to acquire Wyoming gas utility assets in $6M deal
South Dakota, US-based energy firm Black Hills Corp inked a deal to acquire gas utility MGTC's gas transmission and distribution utility assets in northeastern Wyoming in a deal valued at $6 million.
Australia's NSW government down to three bidders for Macquarie Generation
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Singapore's New Asia Investments backs Vietnam water treatment facility
Singapore-based fund New Asia Investments invested an undisclosed amount to complete a new waste water treatment facility in Vietnam through its portfolio holding, GD Wasser.
Czech conglomerate CEZ Group may sign $10B Temelin nuclear plant expansion deal in 2015
CEZ Group, a utility conglomerate based in Prague, could ink a $10 billion deal to expand the Temelin nuclear power plant some time in the second quarter of 2015. CEZ is in talks with US' Westinghouse
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