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Saudis plan 1st renewables bids with world's lowest power cost

Saudi Arabia will award its first tender to build 700 megawatts of solar and wind energy in September, with the cost of power forecast to be the lowest in the world, Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said.

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Vestas wins largest order to date in India

With a 250 MW order for the Indian market, Vestas has beaten its previous records in the country. This order boosts the Danish turbine manufacturer's Indian order count up to 480 MW for 2017.

Crack and explosion show risks of Europe's aging energy networks

A crack was discovered on the Forties Pipeline System in Scotland, while an explosion cost one fatality and injured at least 18 people at a gas plant in Austria. Repairs and concerns about dangerous incidents will only become more common in Europe's oil and gas infrastructure.

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