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17 Oct 2018

The key to unlock energy communities

What’s the interest to invest in energy communities? A study presented at the Microgrid Global Innovation Forum in London, shows how tariff schemes substantially change energy communities’ gains: from 7 to 120 €/MWh.    

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The key to unlock energy communities

What’s the interest to invest in energy communities? A study presented at the Microgrid Global Innovation Forum in London, shows how tariff schemes substantially change...

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17 Oct 2018
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Another Smart City for India

Tractebel deepens its involvement in India’s urban infrastructure market with Pasighat Smart City.

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08 Oct 2018
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Going solar in Vietnam

The teams of Tractebel in Thailand, Belgium and India are working together on owner’s engineering missions in Vietnam for the construction of new solar parks. And more are...

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28 Sep 2018
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Tractebel acquires Overdick

Tractebel strengthens its position in offshore wind engineering with the acquisition of Overdick.

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11 Sep 2018
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New park along the Brussels Canal

In early 2020s, the Brussels-Capital Region will welcome a new park covering almost three hectares running along the canal and the Avenue du Port, between Place Sainctelette...

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10 Sep 2018
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Hyperloop: the future of transportation

ENGIE Laborelec, a leading expertise and research centre part of Tractebel, will contribute to groundbreaking hyperloop development across Europe.

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07 Sep 2018
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Tractebel involved from the outset in reconstruction of Brussels Ring

This summer saw the start of roadworks on the Brussels Ring. On August 17, Flemish Minister of Mobility Ben Weyts launched the excavation work by cutting the first sod for...

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04 Sep 2018
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Innovative technology for fish ladder

For the first time in Brazil, five different methodologies are used together to monitor a fish passage, one of the major challenges of hydroelectric projects. Environment...

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10 Aug 2018